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Five for Friday (21/07/2017)

Five for Friday (21/07/2017)

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Five for Friday is a weekly feature to give a brief roundup of our top five stories from the week that you might have missed. Think we left anything out? ...

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Jul 21st 2017 at 10:30AM
Major cyber attack could cost global economies £40 billion

Major cyber attack could cost global economies £40 billion

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A major, cyber attack has the potential to cost global economies and businesses billions. The actual figure could in fact be as much as £40.5 billion, accroding to a new ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 17th 2017 at 10:23AM
Kaspersky punished for 'geopolitical fight' it never wanted with the US

Kaspersky punished for 'geopolitical fight' it never wanted with the US

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Russian cyber security firm Kaspersky has more than good enough reason to be feeling a bit sorry for itself. Despite offering the US government its code source in a loyalty ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 12th 2017 at 10:10AM
G20 calls for tech firms to give access to encrypted messages

G20 calls for tech firms to give access to encrypted messages

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World leaders at the G20 have called for ‘lawful and non-arbitrary access to available information to fight terror’. In other words, they want access to encrypted messages.

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 11th 2017 at 10:17AM

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John McAfee settles lawsuit against Intel over fight to use his name

John McAfee settles lawsuit against Intel over fight to use his name

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When you have to fight to use your own name, you know you have made it. Almost a year after filing a law suit against Intel for the use of ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 6th 2017 at 10:01AM
'NotPetya' malware attacks could spark retaliation cyber war

'NotPetya' malware attacks could spark retaliation cyber war

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The ‘NotPetya’ malware attacks could spark an international cyber war, according to a Nato researcher. Part of Nato’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence Tomáš Minárik believes that ‘retaliation’ could ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 4th 2017 at 11:20AM
Kaspersky sets worrying precedent by offering US government its code source

Kaspersky sets worrying precedent by offering US government its code source

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There is a worrying trend growing within the technology sector. In the past few weeks governments around the world have been piling on the pressure for technology companies to hand ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 3rd 2017 at 10:42AM
Are mass cyber security attacks like WannaCry and Petya now the norm?

Are mass cyber security attacks like WannaCry and Petya now the norm?

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Ransomware now has to be the number one issue for governments and security experts put in charge of fighting cybercrime. In fact, it should be the top concern for anyone ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jun 28th 2017 at 11:30AM
Ci Distribution expands portfolio with three new Channel partnerships

Ci Distribution expands portfolio with three new Channel partnerships

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Ci Distribution has teamed up with three new Channel partners as it looks to add to its product portfolio. The Basingstoke-based IT distie has expanded its product range in a ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jun 28th 2017 at 10:40AM
Microsoft looks to AI to fight malware

Microsoft looks to AI to fight malware

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Microsoft is heading into uncharted territory in its next big security update: artificial intelligence.

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Jun 28th 2017 at 9:51AM

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