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  • January 20, 2021 20 Jan'21

    Malwarebytes also hit by SolarWinds attackers

    The nation state group that attacked SolarWinds in December got inside Malwarebytes by exploiting privileged access to its Microsoft Office 365 tenant, the firm reveals

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  • January 20, 2021 20 Jan'21

    How Globe Telecom is doubling down on cloud

    The largest mobile operator in the Philippines has moved its legacy systems to the cloud and there is more to come as it looks towards deploying cloud radio access networks and cloud-native applications

  • January 19, 2021 19 Jan'21

    CIOs blame siloed IT teams and tools for misalignment

    The inability of teams to see a single version of the truth is leading to a lot of time wasting among IT departments and businesses

  • January 19, 2021 19 Jan'21

    Legacy security architectures threaten to disrupt remote working

    Annual survey of IT leaders finds network security is of prime concern as most companies continue with work-from-home policies

  • January 19, 2021 19 Jan'21

    Questions raised by New Zealand central bank boss, following cyber attack investigation

    The governor of New Zealand’s central bank said the organisation must answer questions about its security following a ‘significant’ attack

  • January 19, 2021 19 Jan'21

    UK fraud agency deploys ArcGIS dashboard for data sharing

    The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau says it has achieved improved transparency with the public, as well as saving 3,500 staff hours and £100,000