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Nordic digitisation brings unwanted consequence of heightened cyber security risks
The Nordic region is becoming highly connected – which has not gone unnoticed by cyber criminals

Security Think Tank: Security is a shared responsibility
What are the best types of security controls organisations should be using to ensure a safe working environment for employees so that they do not have the unfair pressure of being the first line of cyber defence?

GDS wants IT suppliers to use its GaaP products – but won’t offer service guarantees
The Government Digital Service encourages tech firms to adopt the platform services it has developed – but can’t offer any service or support guarantees

Radiation detection devices open to cyber attack, researcher finds
A security researcher has discovered numerous security flaws in multiple devices that are used to detect radiation in critical facilities

Relational databases relatively poor at running digital transformation projects
Digital projects aren’t living up to expectations, with many only delivering incremental improvements to the status quo, survey reveals

UK police forces taking action to quash data misuse
With nearly 800 reported incidents of potential data misuse by police in less than 16 months, at least 34 police forces are taking steps to improve monitoring systems to address this problem

Outcome of judicial review into Apple's Irish datacentre dispute delayed until 12 October
Apple faces a further three-month delay to see if it will be given the go-ahead to proceed with its much-delayed bid to build an €850m datacentre in Athenry, County Galway

Events business uses fixed-wireless to serve demanding clients
Etherlive, a provider of networking and IT services to organisers of major outdoor events, is using Luminet’s Fibre-Air fixed-wireless access product to better address its clients’ needs

UK firms see employees as top risk to GDPR compliance
Most UK companies consider their staff as the biggest threat to compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, a survey has revealed

Google Cloud Platform reaches new heights in Alphabet results
GCP is establishing itself as a viable revenue stream for the search engine giant

Adobe to kill off Flash Player by end of 2020
Adobe has announced it is to stop updating and distributing Flash Player in just over three years’ time

GSK hires ex-Walmart CIO Karenann Terrell as chief digital officer
Pharmaceutical giant GSK is building out its executive tech team with the appointment of its first chief digital officer

Security Think Tank: Avoiding the blame game
What are the best security controls to ensure a safe working environment where employees do not have the unfair pressure of being the first line of cyber defence?

Getting stuck on OpenStack: Overcoming the open source cloud platform's upgrade barriers
Some members of the OpenStack community are finding it a struggle to upgrade to newer versions of the open source cloud operating system. Could customisation be to blame?

Ransomware threat escalating, warns Europol
Europol warns that the threat of ransomware continues to escalate as it marks the anniversary of a cross-industry anti-ransomware initiative

Ransomware as a service is a game changer, warns Sophos
The advent of ransomware as a service heralds a new era in malware, which means security suppliers and user organisations will have to adapt

National Army Museum uses Tide for future personalisation plans
Following renovations to its physical space, the National Army Museum used Talisman’s Tide platform to integrate its current systems and allow for personalisation in the future

North Korean web users enjoy Amazon, Facebook and YouTube, report claims
Threat intelligence specialist Recorded Future claims that the North Korean elite are as plugged in to the worldwide web as any western citizen

Big data means big risk, Swedish Transport Agency leak shows
The Swedish Transport Agency exposed sensitive information by transferring its databases to a third party cloud provider without following data protection procedures

CIF gears up to target public sector cloud
Cloud Industry Forum wants to help the UK government achieve its digital strategy, but working with government is still a big challenge for many providers
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