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Our purpose is to provide the right information to our readers. For obvious reasons, our information journey will of couse be ever changing, but from the outset we plan on the following: Break down and communicate knowledge relating to Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, Information Security and Computer Security. Use Risk Management practices to help in translating the technical aspects of the Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities into business language. Communicate the appropriate Controls necessary to reduce the Impact and Probability. We will do this by: Identifying, collating and providing relevant information. Highlighting relevant News articles. Investigating trends and providing Analysis. Providing How-to tips and tricks to reduce the Threats and Vulnerabilities. Offering Products and Solutions designed to mitigate or defend against the risks. ------ Joe Woods, Editor and CTO

New distribution model builds on services

[London – 24 January 2018] Distribution in 2018 has moved a long way from pick, pack and ship of IT products, and has substantially broadened its offering with a wide range of services, says a new report focusing on European distributors.

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​Cloud computing: Here’s how much a huge outage could cost you

A major disaster at one of the big cloud computing suppliers could hit customers and the wider economy very hard.

​Spectre flaw: Dell and HP pull Intel’s buggy patch, new BIOS...

Dell and HP have pulled Intel's firmware patches for the Spectre attack.

Estonia’s ID card fiasco: ‘We’ve no intention of letting a good...

E-state Estonia hit a big ID-card problem last year, but reckons it's actually benefited from the crisis.

Eclipse’s enterprise Java roadmap: more services coming

The Eclipse Foundation is preparing the next round of technologies to be added to enterprise Java, which it now runs. (Last year, the foundation was charged with developing Java EE (Enterprise Edition), in the wake of Oracle’s abdication of its stew...

Traffic-shaping WebSockets using Node.js and Redis

Kyle J.

Davis is the technical marketing manager at Redis Labs. Even in the so-called modern web application, AJAX HTTP requests fly back and forth between the client and server layers, moving data in both directions. HTTP requests, under the guise...

Dynamic cable to connect Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm in the...

Project marks Prysmian entry into floating offshore wind farm sectorMilan, 24 January 2018 - Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, has been awarded a new contract by Cobra Wind International Ltd to provide the c...

Learning Technologies 2018: Cornerstone OnDemand to Present New Ways to Drive...

London, 24 Jan. 2018 – Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based learning and human capital management software, today announced that it will present at Learning Technologies in London from 31 January to 1 February 2018 ...

Fresh botnet recruiting routers with weak credentials

With a special HNAP exploit just for D-Link kit Security researchers believe the author of the Satori botnet is at it again, this time attacking routers to craft a botnet dubbed "Masuta".…

Skype, Signal, Slack, other apps inherit Electron vuln

Devs, check your protocol handling, patch if necessary If you've built a Windows application on Electron, check to see if it's subject to a just-announced remote code execution vulnerability.…

10 Costs Your Cyber Insurance Policy May Not Cover

All the things you might think are covered but that don't actually fall under most policies.

It’s 2018 andhellip; wow, you’re still using Firefox? All right then,...

OG open-source darling gets security check-up Mozilla's Firefox has been patched to address more than 30 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities.…