The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched a public consultation on its recommendations for security measures on internet payments as part of the fight against online fraud.
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Mathematical papers written by WWII code breaker and pioneer computer scientist Alan Turing have been released by government intelligence agency GCHQ after being kept secret 70 years.
Veolia Water is looking to implement a single integrated computer telephony system capable of capturing all data in its call centre.
Five councils have been warned by the Information Commissioner over Data Protection Act breaches that led to the disclosure of personal information.
Two former chief executives of PC manufacturer Gateway will pay penalties totaling £240,000, after coming to a settlement with the US financial regulator over fraud charges around accounting irregularities at the company over a decade ago.
Trading was floored on Thursday at the Tokyo Stock Exchange when a server broke down, causing the worst disruption to activities since 2008.
Four local authority partnerships - in Kent and Medway, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, and Hampshire - are the latest to receive the green light from the Department for Culture, Media and Sports. This takes the total of approved projects to 15 out of a total 47 across the country.
A Latvian man has been charged by the US financial regulator for an alleged online stock fraud that cost investors more than $2million (£1.3 million), and may have enabled him to profit over half a million pounds.