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Wearable devices to fuel second wave of biometric adoption

Global wearable biometric technology users to hit 604 million by 2019.

Mobile & tablets

Published 31 October 2014

Industrial control systems targeted by hackers since 2011

General Electric, Siemens and BroadWin in the firing line.


Published 30 October 2014

Tor exit node hacked to inject malicious code in downloads

Tor users urged to protect their connections and verify computers for virus.


Published 29 October 2014

Met Office gets new big data supercomputer

To support operational weather prediction and climate research


Published 28 October 2014

Tesla’s Supercharger Network arrives in Scotland

There are now eight Superchargers in the UK.


Published 27 October 2014

Alert Logic opens UK Security Operations Centre

Enterprise-grade service for the company's suite of network, system and application security technologies.


Published 22 October 2014

90% of voters 'now on new Whitehall IT system'

Gov's data matching service helps English and Welsh voters transfer automatically to new individual registration system.

Content Management

Published 22 October 2014

Half of UK victims don't care about cybercrime

Cost of online fraud to UK said to be £670m.


Published 22 October 2014

Growing mobile chip demand fuels ARM Q3 profit

Revenue reached $320.2m, up 12%.

Published 21 October 2014

EMV enabled cards safer than swipe-cards, claims report

99.9% of card terminals in Europe are already chip-enabled.


Published 21 October 2014

South Wales welcomes 620 IT jobs

IT firm CGI expands Bridgend base with entry level roles targeted at young people.


Published 20 October 2014

Fujitsu’s £1.1m supercomputer arrives at Belfast

HPC service helps local businesses using big data.

Business Intelligence

Published 17 October 2014

University of Reading to invest £20m in the big data market

New centre to drive analytics and data scientist skills in environmental science.

Business Intelligence

Published 16 October 2014

Free Wi-fi hotspots for schools arrive to Cardiff

The programme is “one of the biggest single school Wi-Fi networks in Europe”.


Published 15 October 2014

Russian hackers exploit Windows flaw to spy on NATO

The five-year cyber espionage campaign dubbed 'Sandworm' is still reportedly underway


Published 15 October 2014

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