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NHS suffers fewer ransomware attacks, but threat persists

Increased investment in cyber security around the NHS since the crippling WannaCry attack in 2017 has resulted in a dramatic


Fintechs fear deepfake fraud

Over three-quarters (77%) of cyber security decision makers are worried about the potential for deepfake technology to be used fraudulently


Top four compliance considerations for SMEs

Compliance with data protection laws is a challenge for organisations of any size. But small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have


UK in catch-22 decision over Huawei security

The British government faces a catch-22 decision when it comes to ruling on whether or not Huawei equipment is to


RAN sharing and convergence juice up Orange for 2020

As it gears up for extended value-added, fibre-based offers and to start commercial 5G services, beginning with its revitalised Romanian


Digital transformation shaking confidence in SD-WAN

A Cato Networks IT survey has found that while software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is set for strong growth in


Milan hosts Cisco’s first European security innovation unit

Cisco has opened its first Cyber Security Co-Innovation Centre in Europe, focusing on research and development (R&D) around security and


HP Inc attacks Xerox boardroom shakeup bid

HP Inc has blasted Xerox’s latest move to initiate a hostile takeover bid, which involves replacing the existing board with


Synchronous mirrors, P2V and the cloud

Ask a line of business manager about disaster recovery, specifically what data they need to recover and when by, and


Cyber gangsters publish staff passwords following ‘Sodinokibi’ attack on car parts group Gedia

Cyber criminals have threatened to raid the bank accounts of customers and employees of German automotive group Gedia, following a