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Google to start encryption shaming

Google to start encryption shaming

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Google will start shaming websites for not encrypting connections between the user and the site itself by telling users exactly when they are visiting HTTP sites

Okta research says slow tech upgrades puts companies at risk

Okta research says slow tech upgrades puts companies at risk

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Research from security company Okta is claiming that companies which aren't agile on technology upgrades are putting themselves at risk of cyber-attacks.

Russian students come out on top at international programming finals

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A trio of students from St Petersburg State University in Russia have been dubbed world champions in the 40th annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) finals.

Video: Police need to be more savvy in commissioning high-tech solutions

Video: Police need to be more savvy in commissioning high-tech solutions

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Chief constable Stephen Kavanagh tells techUK's Partners Against Crime seminar that the police need to engage more effectively with the private sector in developing new crime fighting capabilities.

UK's National Unplugging Day 2016 set for 26 June

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The second annual National Unplugging Day in the UK will be held this year on 26 June 2016 to encourage families to spend the day from start to finish without any technology.

Does the EU hinder or help the UK tech sector?

Does the EU hinder or help the UK tech sector?

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Pictfor, the Parliamentary Internet, Communications & Technology Forum convened a panel of guests from all corners of the tech world to consider the ramifications of both a vote to leave the EU and the vote to stay.

GCHQ wants 'closer relationship' with tech sector

GCHQ wants 'closer relationship' with tech sector

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Robert Hannigan, the director of GCHQ, has called for a rapprochement of the often fraught relationship between national security bodies and the tech sector.

UK's most recession proof occupations are in technology

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Due to the increasing demand of technology across the UK, IT jobs have survived the economic crisis better than any other profession.

Beginning of the end for IT departments

Beginning of the end for IT departments

The emergence of services such as cloud computing, data analysis, social business and mobility has brought corporate IT to what market research company IDC has dubbed the "third platform". But Wieland Alge asks, what will the third platform mean for the CIO role?

RSA Conference delegates claim current technology is no longer effective

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Standard security technology such as anti-virus, firewalls, intrusion detection and protection are no longer effective.

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