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  • May 01, 2018 01 May'18

    Imperial College taps volunteer smartphones for cancer research

    Imperial College London is working with the Vodafone Foundation to co-opt smartphone processing power for use in cancer research

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      This year’s pandemic has cast a harsh light on the difficulty of securing endpoints, particularly those that aren’t connected to the corporate network. Working without the insulation of the corporate firewall limits IT from auditing and controlling devices at the granular level needed, in many cases leaving it to users to secure their own desktops. See More

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  • May 01, 2018 01 May'18

    UK critical services need to up cyber defences to avoid fines

    UK critical infrastructure providers could be liable for fines of millions of pounds if they do not improve their cyber defences and resilience of their IT infrastructure, a study reveals

  • May 01, 2018 01 May'18

    MPs to grill TSB CEO over IT disaster

    Paul Pester will face questions from the Treasury Committee about the bank’s IT problems

  • May 01, 2018 01 May'18

    Digital is a long-term objective, CEOs warned

    Don't believe anyone who promises to transform a business digitally in three years, says Gartner Fellow Mark Raskino

  • April 30, 2018 30 Apr'18

    Getting cyber security innovation to market is key, says NCSC

    Getting cyber security innovation to market is an important area of focus, according to the National Cyber Security Centre, which runs a cyber accelerator programme and recently stated a Dragons Den style security innovation pitch at the 2018 ...

  • April 30, 2018 30 Apr'18

    TSB IT disaster moves into a second week

    TSB's IT problems have moved into a second week, as the bank fights to get its services and reputation back on track

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