Catching phish: How to avoid users getting hooked
9 June 2017
Never accept a call claiming to be from Microsoft, lock computer screens, check with IT before opening dodgy-looking emails, watch out for fake domain names, especially sites that look genuine...
Mixed reactions to PM's calls to regulate cyber space to prevent terrorism
5 June 2017
Prime minister Theresa May’s call for regulation of the internet to prevent terrorism planning has drawn support from some quarters but criticism from others.
British Airways confirms investigation under way into bank holiday datacentre power failure
2 June 2017
British Airways (BA) is embarking on an “exhaustive investigation” to establish the root cause of the datacentre power failure that grounded flights at Heathrow and Gatwick over the bank holiday weekend.
BDUK broadband roll-out hits 8,000 homes per £1M spent
30 May 2017
Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), the government-owned programme that aims to deliver a 24Mbps broadband service to parts of the UK left out of the commercial roll-out, has passed 4.4 million homes up...
Conservative Party manifesto promises to ‘face up to fast-changing technology’
19 May 2017
Tories aim to create a digital charter, continuing a “digital by default” government and a dynamic digital economy
An incident waiting to happen - the cyber-crippling of the NHS
18 May 2017
The crippling of over 40 NHS trusts by a repackaged piece of elderly ransomware has been used by security consultants to peddle a variety of remedies, such as following better password or patching discipline.
Government Digital Procurement for Technology
10 May 2017
Better use of the government's purchasing power could help to boost sectors, such as technology, likely to be affected by Brexit.
Virgin Media Voom Fibre - up to 350Mbps
4 May 2017
We’re delighted to remind you that our new broadband proposition Voom Fibre is now available, no matter how much you spend with us, we'll give you the ultra-fastest download speed...
Human interaction still key to cyber attacks
25 April 2017
An analysis of threats faced by organisations in the first quarter of 2017 reveals that cyber attackers still rely heavily on user interaction.
The City of London Corporation’s plans to cover the Square Mile with a free, public access Wi-Fi project are moving ahead at speed
11 April 2017
The City of London Corporation has signed a deal with a Reading-based cellular network supplier part-owned by mobile operators Telefónica and Vodafone – to roll out and manage its new...