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Finding customer data is big hurdle to meeting GDPR right to erasure
Global organisations do not know where customer data is stored and use unreliable data removal methods to erase content, a study shows

Dubai financial services regulator launches temporary licence aimed at fintechs
Dubai is making it easier for financial technology companies to test out their ideas through a temporary licence

SAP aligns with Saudi Arabia’s IT transformation agenda
Global software giant SAP sees an opportunity for its wide portfolio in Saudi Arabia as the Middle Eastern country transforms

Iceland IT firm gets Cohesity hyper-converged backup boxes
Thekking scraps ageing IBM and HPE iron for Cohesity hyper-converged nodes with hybrid flash capacity to power deduplication for Veeam backups

Identity, authentication and authorisation becoming risk-led
Identity management, and authentication and authorisation governance are shifting away from being purely IT initiatives, according to RSA

Security Think Tank: User education key to blocking email-borne malware
What strategies should organisations follow to block malware attachments which continue to account for two-thirds of malware infections that result in data breaches?

Twenty years of online banking has increased financial awareness
Online banking is helping people manage their finances better and reduce their debt as a result

Interview: Nick Bleech, head of information security, Travis Perkins
Last year Travis Perkins implemented Splunk to help it to respond more quickly to security threats. Now, the business is looking into machine learning and a single customer view

US retailer Target agrees $18.5m data breach settlement
A breach settlement with 47 US states has taken the cost of the 2013 data breach at retailer Target to more than $220m

Digital-only business bank gets regulatory approval
The latest challenger bank gets its regulatory approval and puts modern technology at the core of its offering

Mobile C-level executives are major risk to business security
C-suite executives logging on to unsecured public Wi-Fi hotspots seem to present one of the biggest security risks to enterprise networks

Security Think Tank: 10 control areas to mitigate against malware attacks
What strategies should organisations follow to block malware attachments which continue to account for two-thirds of malware infections that result in data breaches?

How to avoid technical debt in open source communities
Businesses that make use of open source software should dedicate resources to supporting and maintaining the projects their organisations rely on

ChefConf 2017: How DevOps sets enterprises on course for digital transformation success
To mark the start of the ChefConf 2017 user summit in Austin, Texas, Chef CTO Adam Jacob shares his thoughts on how early DevOps adopters are now on course to become “high-velocity” technology companies

Racetrack Memory products in five years, says IBM fellow
Millennium Prize winner Stuart Parkin says flash and 2D methods of storage are fatally limited – Racetrack Memory offers 100x the capacity without flash’s wear issues

Cloud data portability: Obstacles to it and how to achieve it
Cloud providers are very keen to get your data into their systems but sometimes it can be difficult or costly to move it elsewhere. We look at solutions to cloud portability

Three-quarters of internet of things projects are at risk of failure
At Cisco’s IoT World Forum in London, the network supplier releases statistics suggesting that most IoT projects are at risk of, or doomed to, failure

How can CIOs drive innovation?
Three steps CIOs can take to help them take the lead in driving innovation in their organisations.

Economic and political uncertainty drives organisations to rethink IT strategies
CIO job satisfaction reaches a three-year high as organisations hire more IT staff and invest in innovative digital technology

Almost a quarter of UK and US firms likely to miss GDPR deadline
Some 24% of companies polled in the UK and US expect to miss the GDPR compliance deadline of 25 May 2018
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