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Australia’s NAB bank accused of “violating” customer through data sharing
Australian bank NAB is accused of violating a customer over industry data sharing

Malaysia approaches fintech with Islamic twist
A fintech Islamic finance platform that links leaders with businesses via banks in Malaysia will change the role of Islamic lenders

Security Think Tank: A starter guide for biometrics in security
How can organisations move to biometric authentication of users without running the risk of exposing sensitive biometric information?

Post-Brexit price hikes hit cloud and datacentre community, as currency fluctuations bite
Cloud and datacentre analysts claim IT buyers are already feeling the pinch from the outcome of the EU referendum, but past performance suggests demand for colocation space will rise in the event of recession

Facebook data case raises US national security issues
Dublin court case on the legality of Facebook's data transfers to the US raises issues that impact US national security, claims US Department of Justice.

Banking IT community faces uncertain Brexit future
The financial services IT community faces a period of uncertainty as finance firms reassess plans following the EU referendum result

Hospitals targeted using camouflaged old malware
Specialised devices running older versions of operating systems are becoming critical points of cyber attack vulnerability, warns TrapX Security

Solid state storage in the datacentre: More than a flash in the pan
As IT organisations transform their datacentres to meet the efficiency and agility demands of the digital enterprise, flash storage is increasingly viewed as a key element

Intel considers sale of security business
Intel is reportedly considering the sale of its security business to generate capital as the company restructures

Micro-segmentation key to new approach to infosec, says Unisys
Micro-segmentation enables organisations to improve data security at reasonable cost without compromising agility, governance, risk and compliance, says Unisys

Brexit could affect talent pipeline for games industry
The gaming industry holds concerns that leaving the European Union will affect access to games development talent

UK IT community rocked but keeping calm in face of Brexit
The UK IT sector reacts with alarm, tempered by a calm pragmatism, to the British Referendum verdict to leave the European Union. Reporting by the Computer Weekly team

Netherlands rushes to mobile payments
Following the wave of e-commerce that has swept the Netherlands, there is a surge to use mobile payment systems

Ransomware is helping make the cyber threat real
The Scottish government is working to help businesses understand and manage the cyber security risk

Local Government Ombudsman moves to cloud network service
Ombudsman service is on the way to realising 30% cost savings with 50% faster connectivity after procuring a cloud telephony service through G-Cloud

Most influential women in UK IT 2016: Rising Stars
Computer Weekly reveals the judges’ choice for the 2016 most influential women in UK IT Rising Stars. Special thanks to the Salesforce Foundation for extending its support to our 2016 Rising Stars

Focus on diversity, not gender, says most influential woman in UK IT 2016
The winner of Computer Weekly’s most influential woman in UK IT award, Maggie Philbin, says the IT industry should focus on wider diversity as opposed to just gender equality

Computer Weekly announces the 50 most influential women in UK IT 2016
Computer Weekly announces its top 50 list of the most influential women in UK IT, including 2016 winner Maggie Philbin

Think like attackers, says HPE cyber security strategist
Organisations need to think of cyber attackers as adversaries and competitors focused on stealing data, maximising their profit and minimising their risk, says HPE security strategist Tim Grieveson

Nordic CIO interview: Martin Althén, Husqvarna
The CIO at power tool maker Husqvarna tells Computer Weekly how he is repositioning the company through digitalisation
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