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Businesses and individuals will suffer as ‘collateral damage’ in cyber conflicts during 2016

1st December 2015  | Latest News Technology

Public sector companies, businesses and millions of individuals are likely to become victims of data breaches as countries move conflict and espionage efforts online, a new report predicts. An increase in the collateral damage caused by cyber warfare is one of the predictions revealed today in global information services provider Experian’s data breach industry forecast report…

Nearly a quarter of Britons bank online without protection

1st December 2015  | Latest News Technology

23 per cent of Britons fail to adequately protect their devices with internet security measures when using online banking services, a new study has found. Almost 60 per cent of Britons use online banking services, but close to a quarter of this group access these services without protection, a study into consumers’ online banking habits has found. 12…

Blackberry pulls out of Pakistan due to security concerns

1st December 2015  | Latest News Technology

Blackberry will no longer operate in Pakistan due to concerns about protecting its users’ privacy. In a blog post, Marty Beard, chief operating officer at Blackberry, wrote “the Pakistani government wanted the ability to monitor all BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) traffic in the country, including every BES e-mail and BES BBM message. “But BlackBerry will not comply…

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Keil Hubert: The Turn of the Shrew

A vicious performance review can haunt a good worker for years. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert concludes his…

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