ICYMI: Tesco warned; IP Bill threatens economy; German routers offline; Azure trojan; Gooligan fraud
Our roundup of top stories from this week, have a great weekend!
Tech companies are seeking to move their data centres out of the UK's jurisdiction to avoid any data privacy issues due to Brexit and the GDPR.
Most companies (90 percent) agree that identity and access management (IAM) is important to their company's digital transformation success.
Security researchers from Google have published the results of a year-long investigation into the practice of pay-per-install software bundling - and they aren't impressed.
Intelligent and automated systems are currently being touted as the next step in cyber-security to help combat the 'always-on' cyber-criminal, but are they right for us? And are we prepared for them?
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at EU cyber-directive; Sports targeted; Health most breached; Orgs lack expertise; Travellers at risk
Roberto Valerio addresses the latest breach from the National Lottery and analyses how and why this type of fraud is on the rise
If cyber-crime wasn't considered a business risk before, it is certainly being pushed to the front and centre stage by large firms now, says Chris Dye who urges adoption of file-regeneration technology.
Kristine Olson-Chapman advises senior executives and IT security professionals on how to manage the challenges of cyber-security by using a risk-based approach
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