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France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland see most opportunity in Britain leaving the EU as organisations look ahead to 2018 London, UK, 6th November 2017 – Interoute , the global cloud and network provider, has revealed new survey results showing a...
Datacloud UK will be collocated with the 11th Annual Finance and Investment Forum London, 19th September 2017 - Announcing a new platform for the UK data centre market to network and do deals, BroadGroup today launched Datacloud UK, which will be collocated with the long-established Finance and Investment Forum, January 31 – February 1, 2018.The timely forum showcases international networking and deal making opportunities with UK players, customers and influencers and also hosting the annual... Source: RealWire
Can't fire folk for using personal comms at work.

Another great reason for Brexit, eh? Companies operating in the European Union must balance workplace surveillance with employees' privacy rights, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.…
Info exchange plan continues Tories' 'we'll have our cake and eat it too' theme The UK government has said it wants an early agreement on a post-Brexit data-sharing deal with the European Union, as well as a continued seat at the table for Blighty's data protection watchdog.…

DDoS attacks in Q2 2017

The second quarter quite clearly showed that the DDoS-attack threat is perceived rather seriously.
Some companies were prepared to pay cybercriminals literally after their first demand without waiting for the attack itself.

This set off a whole new wave of fraud involving money extortion under threat of a DDoS attack, also known as “ransom DDoSrdquo;.
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19/Apr/2017 2016 reached a nine-year high in consulting M&A volumes, according to Equiteq’s Global Consulting Mergers & Acquisitions Report 2017.

Despite deal activity falling in the quarter prior to the US Presidential election and the UK’s Brexit vote, deal volumes were up 1%. Outperforming the S&P 500, the strength of the consulting sector was further demonstrated as the Equiteq Consulting Share Price Index ended 2016 up 14%, a 10-year high.The top consulting segments for deal... Source: RealWire
British MPs suggest cyberattackers may have used DDoS attacks to bring site down before EU referendum.
But Cabinet Office has ruled out interference from hostile powers A committee of MPs has expressed concerns that foreign hackers might have had a hand in crashing the UK's voter registration website last year shortly before the Brexit referendum.…
The countdown to the United Kingdom’s separation from the European Union began in late March when U.K. prime minister Theresa May officially triggered the “Brexit.” With just less than two years until the U.K. is officially out of the EU, the date of departure is one of the few certainties regarding the situation. “No country has ever travelled this path, and there is no turning back,” says Craig Wright, managing director for business transformation and outsourcing advisory firm Pace Harmon.But global CIOs cannot afford to simply wait and see what the post-Brexit world holds.

They must begin preparing now for the impact of potential legal and regulatory changes on their IT services strategies.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
New report by MPs 'does not rule out the possibility' that foreign actors worked to take down the EU Referendum vote registration site - but government and cybersecurity experts disagree.
'Messy divorce' would help no one UK Prime Minister Theresa May is warning that failure to negotiate an agreement on Britain's exit from the European Union could damage security cooperation.

The tough line - contained in Wednesday's historic letter triggering Article 50 - has re-focused minds on the possible security implications of Brexit.…