Nearly 100,000 customers of Staysure have had their personal details compromised after the travel insurance company suffered a cyber attack towards the end of last year.
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Salesforce.com, one of the largest public cloud companies in the world, has strongly denied that there has been any trust repercussions with enterprise customers after the revelations regarding the US' mass surveillance programme, PRISM.
Oil giant BP is currently having a "big internal debate" about how it can lock down personal computers without losing out on flexibility for employees, as a direct result of the increasing threat of cyber attacks.
Entrust CEO Bill Conner is pushing enterprises to recognise that desktop's are no longer the most secure way to assure an employee's identity and that instead they should be looking to mobile devices for sophisticated protection against malware.
Subscribers to Three's mobile services have been angered this morning after an apparent network outage that left many without access to data services over night.
The government has revealed that a number of major IT projects are at risk of failure and need urgent action, including both Universal Credit and the G-Cloud programme.
The BBC has suspended its Chief Technology Officer, John Linwood, after deciding to abandon a £98 million digital project.
Barclays Wealth & Investment Management is using Nuance’s FreeSpeech voice biometrics solution to automatically confirm and identify customers, instead of using security questions that rely on the customer’s ability to remember a number of different details.
European Salesforce customers will need a 'serious reason' to be hosted in the cloud giant's new UK-based data centre, which is due to open by 2014.
Google executives are to be hauled back in front of the UK's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) after new claims about the location of its salespeople, which could have tax implications for the internet giant.
Communications regulator Ofcom has opened an investigation into BT’s wholesale and retail broadband prices following a complaint from TalkTalk.
BT's head of global security practice, Jill Knesek, has said the telco is 'overly conservative' and 'struggling' with the proliferation of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and cloud trends within the enterprise because of compliancy fears.
Atos has won a bid to lead a team of companies that includes Vega, Finmeccanica and Information Services Group to become the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) defence communications networks services (DCNS) strategic partner.
Queen's University Belfast, one of the government's sponsored centres of excellence in cyber security research, has signed a new partnership with Infosys to help it better develop intellectual property (IP) and products that can be used in real-life business scenarios.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued an accelerated tender for new air movements software on the grounds of 'extreme urgency,' and has only given suppliers ten days to bid for the contract.