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Create security culture to boost cyber defences, says Troy Hunt
Security suffers when there is tension between software developers and security professionals, but it is common in many organisations, says world-renowned security blogger and trainer

Nordic IT executive interview: Daniel Kjellén, CEO, Tink
Sweden could have a head start in the race to open up banking through the European Union’s PSD2 regulation

451 Research shines light on how enterprise attitudes to digital transformation are evolving
Enterprises are capitalising on their infrastructure upgrades and are increasing their use of cloud to take advantage of emerging technologies and accelerate business change, says 451 Research

Milton Keynes first to get CityFibre-backed consumer broadband
CityFibre’s FTTP broadband network will be launched to residential customers in Milton Keynes through ISP partner Vodafone

Cyber attackers upped their game in 2017, warns report
Cyber attackers ranging from criminals to nation states have upped their game in the past year, “moving the needle” in terms of tactics, techniques and procedures, a report by a cyber security firm warns

Booking.com’s focus on women in tech
Travel comparison website Booking.com has partnered with two universities to offer grants to women looking to go into tech careers

Demand for cloud services drives increase in IT outsourcing
Cloud services spending in Europe, the Middle East and Africa offset a drop in traditional IT outsourcing in 2017

NRF 2018: Rent the Runway – focus on data proves use case for clothing rental
Clothing retailers are not traditionally known to rent products to anyone other than celebrities, but retail service Rent the Runway is using data to prove customer demand

NRF 2018: Companies should take “lab approach” to innovation, says former GE exec
Organisations should use a lab-type approach to test ideas and drive innovation, according to the former vice-chair of GE, Beth Comstock, speaking at At NRF 2018

Tech has ‘disconnect’ between the skills students are taught and the abilities firms need
Many tech graduates face unemployment because their skills do not meet employers’ requirements, say experts at Change Catalyst’s London Tech Inclusion event

Next-gen Mirai botnet targets cryptocurrency mining operations
A variant of the Satori botnet, a successor of the IoT device hijacking Mirai botnet, is designed to hijack cryptocurrency mining operations, syphoning off newly created digital coins

Meltdown and Spectre: to patch or not to patch
As IT recoils from the Spectre and Meltdown chip exploits, companies face patches that are incompatible, leading to crashes, reduced performance and lock-ups

Business needs to reduce cyber threat to payment card data
Cardholder data is a prime target for cyber criminals, and that is only likely to increase in the coming year, according to a cloud-based secure payments firm

Private cloud storage 101: Key components and hardware options
Private cloud makes consumption of storage easier for the user and simplifies delivery for the IT department. We walk through the key components and the platform choices

Ofcom pushes ahead with spectrum auction despite legal hold-up
Regulator starts preparation work for the long-delayed auction of radio spectrum to support enhanced 4G and future 5G mobile network roll-out

Google vows to simplify creation of custom machine learning models for developers
Google’s ongoing push to lower the barriers to machine learning and artificial intelligence adoption for enterprises moves up a gear with custom model creation

North Korean hackers tied to cryptocurrency attacks in South Korea
North Korea's Lazarus Group targeted South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges and users in late 2017, but may soon go after exchanges and users in other countries, warns report

Dream machines: how IT is changing the world of neuroscience
We talk to computer scientist and entrepreneur Jamil El Imad about the cutting-edge intersection of neuroscience and IT

Davos: Disintegration of the internet could create economic turmoil
Politicians and business leaders will discuss the risks posed by fake news, cyber attacks, and artificial intelligence to jobs, political stability and global security, at the World Economic Forum in Davos

UBS uses predictive analytics to manage its travel spend
Swiss bank is getting a better insight into its business travel costs through an automated software platform
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