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Public Charging Stations Can Steal Data, Warn Officials

'Juice jacking' criminals are exploiting USB charging stations at airports, hotels and shopping centres to install malware

2 days ago

Making Sense of Big Data

Data is your business’s most precious commodity. Finding value and actionable insight in Big Data are vital components of all…

3 days ago

Facebook iOS App Bug Turns On Camera

Privacy alert. Facebook users complain that the social network's iOS app turns on the cameras found on Apple iPads and…

3 days ago

Labour Party Claims It Was Hit By Large-Scale Cyberattack

Weeks before the general election, the Labour Party claims its systems have been subjected to a cyberattack

5 days ago

Nvidia Patches High-Risk Flaws In Windows Drivers

Nvidia's GeForce Experience also affected by locally exploitable flaws, which could allow code execution, escalation of privilege or denial of…

5 days ago

Gartner Sees Rise In IT Spending Next Year

IT spending in Europe and worldwide seen coming out of slump in 2020 as currency pressure eases – and firms…

5 days ago

OpenText Acquires Carbonite For £1.1bn

Cash deal sees OpenText expand its cloud business while adding Carbonite's data protection and end-point offerings to its own security…

5 days ago

Google Calls In Security Firms To Help Scan Play Store Apps

ESET, Lookout and Zimperium to help scan Android apps before their publication on Google Play Store as malware continues to…

5 days ago

Morrisons Tells Supreme Court It Is Not Liable For Breach

Not our fault. Supermarket tells Supreme Court it was not liable for 2014 hack of staff payroll data

1 week ago

Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant Unlocked Via Laser

“Alexa, unlock the front door!” Researchers warn they can remotely control digital assistants and smart speakers

1 week ago