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  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    Encryption flaw leaves every Wi-Fi network in the world wide open

    A Belgian researcher has uncovered a major weakness in the WPA2 Wi-Fi security protocol that is thought to leave every Wi-Fi network in the world open to attack

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  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    The Met Office automates functional testing of weather warnings sites

    The UK’s national weather service automates testing using eggPlant to ensure integrity of weather warnings system

  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    Pizza Hut data breach shows need for board control

    The poor handling of the data breach by fast food chain Pizza Hut shows that company boards need to take control, a London-based law firm advises

  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    SMEs more vulnerable than ever to cyber attacks, survey shows

    The biggest cyber threat to UK and US small businesses is employees’ weak passwords, as the frequency, intensity and cost of cyber attacks continue to rise, a study has revealed

  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    Employees will book time off using Alexa-style devices

    Voice recognition and artificial intelligence will take the drudgery out of HR, but CIOs need to help their HR team develop a long-term strategy

  • October 16, 2017 16 Oct'17

    ADMCC monitors Abu Dhabi with Cisco technology

    Abu Dhabi's surveillance system is using technology from Cisco

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