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Remote work entices cybercriminals to resume the brute-forcing game

In 2017, both the UK and Scottish Parliaments fell victim to brute-force attacks. One year later, a similar but unsuccessful attack occurred in the Northern Irish Assembly. And this year, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific suffered a brute-force attack and was fined £500,000 [~$630,000] by the UK’s data regulator for lacking sufficient preventative measures. The ad-blocking service AdGuard …

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Brands need to work harder to attract sales this Christmas, as majority of UK shoppers will spend less on gifts

Brands that rely on Christmas gifting sales will need to work harder than ever before to engage with shoppers this festive season, as new consumer research reveals that 86% of UK shoppers plan to be more cautious with their spending this year – and 70% will spend less on gifts …

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Research from Nortonlifelock reveals pandemic tech crunch hit families hard

New research from NortonLifeLock, has revealed that technology dependency for working and learning during the pandemic hit parents hard. Parents were caught off guard with neither the time nor the tech to give kids safe access to online learning. According to ‘Pandemic Parenting’ – a study of 5,000 parents across …

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Technology partner relationships becoming more equal, New CompTIA research brief finds

Relationships between technology companies and the partners they rely on to sell, refer and consult on their products and services are evolving from alliances dominated by vendors to true partnerships, according to a new research brief published by CompTIA. The widespread adoption of cloud computing and the emergence of an …

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Is your workplace attractive to Generation Z?

Barbara Whye, chief diversity & inclusion officer and VP of social impact and human resources, Intel discusses the results of a study undertaken by Intel investigating how to attract Generation Z  into your workforce through diversity and inclusion if companies want to stay ahead of the curve. Generation Z – …

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