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Brexit: Cloud community mulls over implications for data protection regulation reform
TechUK fears Brexit could see the UK lose its power to influence cloud regulations, while others say it could free the market from having to toe the EU line so closely

UK top for mobile broadband speed, says Akamai
Akamai’s latest State of the Internet report says the average mobile broadband user in the UK can expect to get a service speed close to 30Mbps

Lloyds Banking Group wields axe to IT staff
Lloyds Banking Group announces it is cutting IT jobs as part of a cost-cutting plan, which also sees 23 branches close

Benelux CIO interview: Michiel Valk, Randstad Group Netherlands
The CIO of Dutch human resources services provider Randstad Group Netherlands tells Computer Weekly about its use of big data, mobile applications and agility

SMEs move into cyber criminals’ crosshairs
The consequences of data breaches for small businesses are greater than ever, with data protection law becoming tougher just as SMEs are turning into a top target for cyber attackers

Security Think Tank: Practical biometrics in the enterprise
How can organisations implement biometric authentication of users without running the risk of exposing sensitive biometric information?

LizardStresser IoT botnet launches 400Gbps DDoS attack
Attack groups using the LizardStresser botnet are exploiting IoT devices to mount massive DDoS attacks without using amplification techniques, say researchers

Australia’s National Broadband Network project up in the air
As Australian voters go to the polls this weekend, the future of the country's National Broadband Network is up in the air

Most cyber security strategies ignore the way attackers really work
Cyber attackers use more legitimate software than malware, which means most organisations are incapable of detecting much of the malicious activity in their networks, a report reveals

A one-size-fits-all blockchain just won’t do
With manifold use cases and specific requirements for blockchains, businesses will have to choose the right variety rather than deploy a single ‘interoperable’ blockchain

Single market and skills top TechUK's post-Brexit action plan
The tech industry group TechUK has set out a five-point plan, urging government to work with the IT sector in a post-Brexit UK

Tech Talent Charter finalises launch as part of London Technology Week
Technology company “collective”, the Tech Talent Charter launches to tackle lack of diversity in the tech sector

Europe fires starting gun for dash to GDPR compliance
A last dash for compliance with the general data protection regulation (GDPR) has begun across Europe and, despite the two-year warning, some organisations will fall short

Brexit: Datacentre investments set to slow as economic stability concerns hit CIOs
As the economic uncertainty around Brexit continues, CIOs may put new datacentre investments on hiatus, warns analyst

Middle East and Africa to see fastest IP traffic growth to 2020
IP traffic in Middle East and Africa to grow 41% a year to 2020, according to Cisco Visual Networking Index

Lauri Love may be faking mental illness claims lawyer for US
Prosecution lawyer Peter Caldwell questions whether activist Lauri Love is exaggerating mental health problems to avoid extradition to face hacking charges in the US

IT services sector faces freeze amid Brexit wrangling
The IT services sector across the globe will be hit by the uncertainty around the UK's future relationship with the EU, but a spending freeze will eventually thaw

US government may ask for travellers’ social media details
The US government is seeking permission to request details of travellers’ social media presence

Number of women tech bosses doubles year-on-year
The number of women heading up tech departments has risen to 7% in 2016, finds Mortimer Spinks

Security Think Tank: Research biometrics thoroughly before deploying
How can organisations move to biometric authentication of users without running the risk of exposing sensitive biometric information?
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