Monday, July 16, 2018
UKFast Apprentices

Time to rethink tech apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are seen by many parents, teachers, career counsellors and even employers as a poor substitute for a degree. It's a model of thinking that has become commonplace in the last...
Dragos claims Covellite has stopped attacks in North America

Has Covellite threat to US gone away?

Back in September 2017, Dragos warned of a new hacking group it named Covellite. It was monitoring phishing attacks by the group that were focused on US electric companies. Further investigation showed...
Unit4 Connect Ambassadors (c) Unit4 2018

Unit4 – Better Focus, more flexible and forward looking

Unit4 held its annual Connect ambassadors conference this week in Amsterdam. The conference focused on the current strategy and latest product news from Unit4. During the two day event Unit4 made a...
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 it has published this report and it...
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 store and share their diplomas and other...
brain healthcare Image credit Pixabay/GDJ

The digital age needs a new set of healthcare leaders

The word “transformation” has become a buzz word in healthcare. According to the Cambridge Dictionary the noun describes “a complete change in the appearance or character of something or someone, especially...
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...

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Accenture and Thales demonstrate blockchain for Aerospace and Defence

Accenture and Thales are demonstrating, at the Farnborough Air Show, a new blockchain-based system. Their joint effort aims to secure and streamline the complex...
Business confidence hits two-year high

Business confidence hits two-year high

The latest Business in Britain report from Lloyds Bank shows a rise in confidence among UK businesses. Confidence has now risen above the long...
Franck Braunstedter on cloud security

Franck Braunstedter on cloud security

Franck Braunstedter is the Senior Manager Cyber Defense and Cloud Security at NTT Security. He recently sat down with Enterprise Times to talk about...
Banking Trojans tackle cryptomining malware

Banking Trojans fail to unseat cryptomining malware

Cryptomining malware has topped the Check Point most wanted malware lists for months. A trio of returning banking Trojans are challenging that dominance. According...
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Setting defaults for Word Documents

Do you get really frustrated that every time you want to create a new document in Word, you have to select the text, the...

Xero integrates with BBVA API Market for small businesses

Xero, a cloud accounting software provider, is collaborating with BBVA API Market to give Xero users access to the bank's BBVA Compass accounts through...
MQ-9 Reaper documents for sale on Dark Web

US Reaper Drone documents leaked on Dark Web

On June 1st, Recorded Future's Insikt Group uncovered an attempt to sell US MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) documents on the Dark Web....

Extravagant blockchain claims for eHarvestHub

eHarvestHub thinks it can "completely disrupt the food supply chain, (thereby) making food affordable and accessible". Just as farm to table goods hits a...
What does Google know about your employees?

How much does Google know about your staff?

The introduction of GDPR has thrown a spotlight on the data companies hold on individuals. One area in particular, tracking, has existed as an...
NTT Security Researchers

Rene Bader talks cyber security

At a recent NTT Security event in Frankfurt, Enterprise Times sat down with Rene Bader to talk about enterprise challenges when moving to the...

HMRC and making tax digital

In April 2019, UK businesses will have to start transitioning to a digital tax system for VAT, or making tax digital. This is where...
Cryptocurrencies

2018 Cryptocurrency thefts top $1.7bn

The rate at which cryptocurrency thefts are running is accelerating. In the first three months of 2018, the total stood at around US$670 million....
Mastercard claims 25% of online payments to use biometric security

Online sales to drive biometric payment security

Global payment card provider, Mastercard, believes that 25% of online payments will require biometric security from September 2019. Mastercard claims that currently just 1-2%...
Equinix builds new data centre in Oman

Equinix plans new data centre in Oman

Equinix is to build its first data centre in Oman as part of a joint venture with local telco Omantel. The data centre will...