Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks may now cost the UK economy up to £1bn each year, representing a serious financial burden to businesses.
A collection of leading Chinese tech companies have partnered to test Didi Chuxing in China’s ride-hailing market.
Food waste is still a major issue for foodservice operators – but what if an artificial intelligence (AI) system could help restaurants keep track of the food they discard?
In today’s digital world where humans and technology-powered systems interact in more connected and intelligent ways, it is critical for enterprises to continuously innovate and keep up with increasing end-user demands and expectations.
Plummeting cost-to-compute is making machine learning, (ML), artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT) applications more accessible than ever.
During World War II, a ghost army fooled Adolf Hitler.
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While physical credit card fraud continues to decline, last year saw a sharp increase in the amount of money stolen through online financial fraud incidents.
Despite the arrests of three of its members last year, a cybercrime group by the name of Fin7 continues to target businesses with its highly-effective malware campaign.
It’s the year of 5G… for telecommunication providers anyway.
Biotechnology company Celgene has partnered with Exscientia, an artificial intelligence startup aiming to reduce the time it takes to bring new drug treatments to market by as much as four years.
Following what have been some of data privacy’s toughest months, in which the German government faced its biggest data breach in living history; half a billion Marriott customers had their data compromised; and the Collection #1 breach exposed 20 million email addresses, there’s no better time to ask yourself, how secure is our data?
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Earlier this month, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren unveiled her intentions regarding breaking up big tech companies to “restore the balance of power in our democracy, to promote competition, and to ensure that the next generation of technology innovation is as vibrant as the last.” if elected in the 2020 presidential election.
Lockheed Martin has unveiled next-generation space technology that will allow satellites to change their mission after entering orbit.
Connected cars, like any device using the internet, are exposed to a range of vulnerabilities that most drivers dare not even contemplate.
Perhaps the most talked-about technological advancement in the world of manufacturing over the last decade has been additive manufacturing.
A new technique developed by engineers from the University of California could be used to detect counterfeit drugs from a video clip.
The European Commission has handed Google its third anti-trust fine in two years for “abusive practices in online advertising”.
Gone are the days of mass spam emails designed to trick unaware internet users into infecting their devices with harmful software.
Few people know more about the threat of cyber terrorism than Malcolm Taylor.
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With the complexity of organisations’ IT infrastructure, and increasing sophistication of cyber threats, it comes as no surprise that adequately protecting businesses from cyberattacks is a difficult task for IT decision-makers.
GPU maker NVIDIA has created software for autonomous vehicles that adds an extra safety net to prevent collisions.
Blockchain technology has potential benefits for swathes of industries, but there is an issue: scalability.
The UK’s data watchdog has fined Vote Leave £40,000 for sending unlawful campaign texts during the 2016 Brexit referendum.
As a new millennium approached, businesses were left scrambling to update their systems and software as experts warned that many computers would be unable to function once the date rolled over from 1999 to 2000 due to conflicts in their code.
With less than 500 days to go until the 2020 Olympic Games, The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games taking place in Tokyo has launched the new Tokyo 2020 Robot Project designed to showcase the country’s cutting-edge robotics technology.
Denmark will see the rollout of 5G this year after hardware supplier Ericsson was selected by provider TDC.