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  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    Executive interview: How Moleskine digitises ideas

    Handwritten notes jotted down on paper are not often shared, but capturing these digitally can encourage a creative approach to collaboration

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  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    NordVPN blames datacentre provider for server breach

    VPN provider insists no user data was compromised in a March 2018 server breach, and says its datacentre provider failed to inform it of the issue

  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    Malware volumes decline, but risks are higher

    More insidious and targeted strains of malware are going after high-quality targets, rather than a large volume of targets

  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    Nordic governments open to Huawei’s ‘no spy’ offer

    Chinese tech giant seeks to reassure Nordic governments over security concerns in 5G contracts

  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    Attacker hit VPN firm Avast through its VPN

    Avast has published details of how attackers attempted to gain access to its network over a five month period

  • October 22, 2019 22 Oct'19

    Assessing the aftermath of Apple’s abortive effort to build its Irish datacentre

    The site Apple had earmarked as a prime location for one of its first non-US datacentres is up for sale, but what will become of the site and the community that supported the tech giant through its four-year battle to get the server farm built?