Sunday, May 20, 2018
Google wins one and loses two

Google wins one and loses two

In the last few weeks Google has lost two and won one case around the Right to be Forgotten. This is a piece of legislation introduced by the EU that allows people...
NCSC implements new cyber incident priorities

NCSC implements new cyber incident priority framework

The NCSC has today announced a new cyber incident prioritisation framework. The framework will be used by all law enforcement agencies in the UK. With six detailed categories, it is a significant...
Amber Rudd targets the Dark Web

Amber Rudd announces crackdown on dark web

The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd MP, has announced plans to crack down on the dark web. The government is providing a £9 million fund available to law enforcement. The money is...
Aerial view of GCHQ's giant poppy

GCHQ reaches into the regions

The UK Governments signals intelligence and security organisation, GCHQ, is expanding the number of sites it owns. It will open a new site in Manchester by 2019. The city has been...
NCSC and NCA launch CYBERUK 2018

NCSC and NCA launch CYBERUK 2018

CYBERUK 2018, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) cyber security conference, will see 1,800 cyber security experts gather in Manchester, England. One of the big...
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Want to help in a disaster? Get Volunteer ready

The Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation has launched a new platform targeted at delivering training to spontaneous disaster volunteers. The Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, is the non-profit organisation set up by Cornerstone OnDemand. The new...
UK Government launches Cyber Security Export Strategy

UK Government launches Cyber Security Export Strategy

The UK Government has launched its Cyber Security Export Strategy. The strategy is contained in a 20 page document that can be downloaded free. There are over 800 companies in the...
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Pegasystems wins major Government project

Pegasystems has announced that the Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) in India has selected it as the core software technology for the statewide transformation project e-Pragati. GoAP will deploy the Pega...
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Wirral Council saves more than £100k on ERP support

Support Revolution has announced the ongoing success of its software maintenance and support contract with Wirral Council. Wirral Council is in the middle of a £4,000,000 transformation program to update its systems....
Anomali highlight threats to UK CNI

Anomali identifies cyber threats to the UK CNI

Security provider Anomali has published its United Kingdom Threat Landscape Report (registration required). The report will make for uncomfortable reading for anyone involved in the UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI). Anomali...

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Typing numbers that start with a Zero in Excel

How frustrating is it when you type a telephone number or any number that needs to start with a zero in Excel and the...
James Strachan talks Kubernetes, CI/CD and DevOps

James Strachan talks Kubernetes. CI/CD and DevOps

At the CNCF and KubeCon 18 conference Enterprise Times cornered James Strachan, Senior Architect at Cloudbees for a chat. We talked about the need...

Shyft commits to Bermuda, blockchain, KYC/AML and compliance

Shyft has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Bermuda as part of the country’s vision to establish Bermuda as place...

Veridium collaborates with IBM Blockchain Platform on carbon credits

Veridium Labs (Veridium) will collaborate with IBM to transform the carbon credit market. Veridium will use IBM blockchain technology to make it easier for...
Cryptomining continues to dominate April's Most Wanted Malware

Patch it or suffer cryptomining attacks

Check Point Software has released its April's Most Wanted Malware blog. It sends a warning to IT admins that they need to do more...
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Alexis Richardson talks about CNCF and where it is going

At the recent Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and KubeCon conference in Copenhagen, Enterprise Times caught up with Alexis Richardson. In addition to being...
NCA outlines 2018 analysis of serious and organised crime threats 

NCA outlines 2018 analysis of serious and organised crime threats 

The National Crime Agency(NCA) has delivered its annual assessment of serious and organised (SOC) crime threats to the UK. This is the fifth time...
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Fredrick Westerdahl talks threat intelligence 

Enterprise Times flew into Gothenburg to visit the NTT Security, Security Operations Centre (SOC). While there we were able to catch up with Fredrik...
Cyber security professionals want more money

What are cyber security professionals worth? 

Exabeam has published its 2018 Cyber Security Professionals Salary and Job Report (registration required). While the survey pool was low at just 481 respondents,...
SilverTerrier raises the bar for BEC sttacks

SilverTerrier uses malware to drive BEC attacks

Unit 42, part of Palo Alto Networks, has been tracking the rise of Business Email Compromise attacks from Nigeria for several years. It has...
Emercoin delivers blockchain-based degree validation system

Emercoin delivers graduate certificate blockchain

Emercoin has announced it has built a pilot blockchain solution to verify graduate certificates. The goal is a fully verifiable system where graduates can...

Want to watch (yes, watch) ERC20 tokens cross a blockchain bridge?

POA Network (POA) has announced it will showcase the fast, seamless $1 million transfer in POA native tokens from POA Network to Ethereum network...
Kleros announces The Justice Protocol

Kleros gets Thomson Reuters incubator place

Blockchain dispute resolution solution Kleros has been accepted into the Thomson Reuters Incubator program. The announcement is a boost for Kleros who launched The...
Red Hat adds Kubnernetes Operator Framework

Red Hat adds Kubernetes Operators to OpenShift

Last week at KubeCon in Copenhagen, Brandon Philips, CTO, CoreOS announced the Operator Framework for Kubernetes. This week, Red Hat, who bought CoreOS earlier this...