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  • March 28, 2018 28 Mar'18

    Government sets deadline for affordable 10Mbps broadband

    Ofcom set the task of implementing the rules that ensure everyone in the UK can access affordable high-speed broadband by 2020

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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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  • March 28, 2018 28 Mar'18

    Majority of firms fear mobile workers have been hacked

    More than half of organisations fear that their mobile workers have been hacked and most are concerned that a growing mobile workforce means increased cyber security risk, a survey reveals

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    Most top UK firms fail to disclose cyber risk testing details

    Most of the largest UK companies do not reveal their testing of cyber protection plans and do not share security updates with the board regularly, a Deloitte report reveals

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    UK organisations urged to develop cyber security skills

    Managed cloud computing firm Rackspace is calling on UK organisations to do more to develop cyber security skills in the light of research into expertise in cloud security

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    Facebook could be hit with $2tn fine after FTC inquiry

    Facebook could face huge fines as the result of a federal inquiry into the data exploitation scandal, further underlining the importance of personal data protection for all enterprises

  • March 27, 2018 27 Mar'18

    Case study: Berkshire NHS trust provides mental health support through social network

    Berkshire NHS is using its Support Hope and Recovery Online Network to provide 24/7 support and advice to service users struggling with mental health issues

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