cyber-security

Web inventor slams FCC for privacy violations

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has hit out at the US government and FCC following the decision to repeal ISP privacy rules which were put in place to provide some level of control for the consumer.

New Yahoo SNAFU may poo-poo Verizon woo

After Yahoo has announced more than one billion user accounts were effected in its 2013 data breach leaving one glaring question; how much can Verizon take before it snaps?

Uber accused of hording a gaggle of stalkers

An ex-Uber employee has unleashed numerous claims the internet innovator is harbouring a horde of stalkers and security protocols which makes Yahoo look like Fort Knox.

Can Donald trump the technology industry?

Following one of the more controversial and flamboyant election campaigns in recent memory, Telecoms.com has a look at what a Donald Trump presidency could mean for the tech industry.

AWS eyes IoT for the second $10 billion

At the AWS Summit in London today the public cloud giant indicated a strategic move towards IoT may be necessary to maintain its impressive growth.

Cloud & DevOps World – Day 1 round up

The newly branded Cloud & DevOps World kicked off yesterday with one theme prominent throughout the various theatres; cloud is no longer a disruption, but what can be achieved through the cloud is still puzzling decision makers.

TalkTalk talks up Business business

TalkTalk delivered mixed news at its end of year financial report as the fixed operator continues to recover from last year’s hefty cyber attack, claiming impressive growth in its Business business.

Industry downplays Regin after Belgacom hack

News of an extremely advanced malware attack on Belgacom, members of the European Union and a well-known Belgian cryptographer, has been downplayed by stakeholders in the information security (infosec) industry.

Alcatel-Lucent adjusts cyber security strategy with Thales sale

Defence specialist Thales has confirmed the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent’s cyber security services and solutions division, as well as its communications security activities. In a strategic partnership, the two organisations claim the expertise of each will provide holistic, secure communications services.

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