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  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    Cyber crime most significant harm in UK, says top cyber cop

    Cyber crime is the most significant harm in the UK, according to the cyber lead at the City of London Police, which is the national lead for online crime

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  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    Mike Lynch charged with fraud over $11bn sale of Autonomy

    It may be long forgotten, but HP once wanted to be in software and spent a lot of money on Autonomy, which was regarded as one of the hottest tech firms

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    Marriott data breach highlights basic failings

    A breach of a guest reservation database of the Starwood division of the Marriott International hotel group highlights basic personal data protection failures

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    WannaCry borderline national cyber emergency

    The May 2017 WannaCry attack, which disrupted services at one-third of NHS trusts and more than 600 primary care organisations is the closest the UK has come to a national cyber emergency, says the NCSC

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    New forms of governance needed to safely and ethically unlock value of data

    Despite today’s abundance of data, most of it remains locked in silos, meaning new governance structures are needed to open it up and unlock its potential value to society

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    How to manage software auditor independence

    A recent report has shown that the Big Four audit firms often work for the major software providers to conduct software licence audits