The Twitter account of Leave.EU co-founder Arron Banks has been suspended following a hack that exposed the personal messages of the Brexit financier.
Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, has confirmed today that it has introduced its underwater lighting solutions for fish farms into the South American market, partnering with Australis Seafoods in Chile after several years of development, as the main provider of aquaculture LED lighting for its salmon fisheries.
Being in charge of network infrastructure is never easy, particularly in education, but when you oversee a vast, federated network of colleges and departments such as at the University of Cambridge, it’s an immense challenge.
Today British voters woke up to the news that Labour is planning to provide every home and business with free, full-fibre broadband by 2030 if it wins the upcoming general election.
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) director has said that if the cloud provider had a “time machine” the company would take a different approach to the security of its most popular cloud product, AWS S3, to prevent customers from accidentally leaking data.
It’s been 12 years since the first time a National Football League (NFL) game took place on British soil.
Fast fashion, the lovechild of capitalism and ephemeral trends, has a big problem.
We hear a lot these days about the potential dangers of “AI bias.” If a machine learning system is based upon a data set that is somehow biased by age, gender, race, ethnicity, income, education, geography, or some other factor, the system’s outputs will tend to reflect those biases.
Who is behind the Labour cyberattack that saw the UK’s second biggest party hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that briefly slowed down campaigning efforts?
Today is STEM Day, and according to STEM Learning, the current shortage of employees with STEM skills is costing UK businesses £1.5bn a year in recruitment.
Graphene layers were only first successfully extracted from graphite in 2004, but chances are graphene is already in your mobile phone, car, tennis racquet or the wings of an aircraft you’ve flow in.
With the UK bracing for a general election and campaigning ahead of the US 2020 presidential election now in full swing, the threat of election hacking is once more a key topic of conversation.
WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit against Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group, raising questions around the complicated role the private sector plays in facilitating government surveillance and the dangers posed by its cyberweapons ending up in the wrong hands.
The Georgia cyberattack that took more than 2,000 websites and a national TV station offline has the hallmarks of a nation-state attack, according to cybersecurity experts.
Coaxial electrospinning, a century-old manufacturing technique, is finding a new lease of life in medical applications thanks to research by scientists at the University of Cincinnati.
A former member of elite hacker group w00w00, Dug Song co-founded Duo Security in 2010 with Jon Oberheide, specialising in multi-factor authentication.
A healthcare algorithm used to decide whether millions of US patients received access to a high-risk care management programme demonstrated “significant” racial bias against black patients.
By now phishing attacks, in which an attacker impersonates trusted organisation to obtain sensitive information, are familiar to many internet users. However, what if the attack came from a trusted boss, colleague or friend?
Networks may not have the same sex appeal as other areas of technology, but as the foundation of any business it is crucial that enterprises ensure that they remain fit for purpose.
A vast leak of a database belonging to reservations management system Autoclerk exposing 179GB of personal data, including those belonging to US military, government and Department of Homeland Security personnel, has been condemned by the cybersecurity industry.
Smart cities leverage technology built into the city’s infrastructure to manage resources more efficiently.
Over a 20-year career, British artist Stuart Semple has developed a vast and wide-ranging portfolio with a theme of society at its heart.
Renowned sociologist Ulrich Beck explained how modern society was becoming a “Risk Society” in that “it is increasingly occupied with debating, preventing and managing risks that it itself has produced”.
The mystery vaping-related illness which has been dominating headlines in recent weeks finally has a name – EVALI, which stands for ‘e-cigarette or vape use associated lung injury’.
Members of the public may soon be required to show a form of ID, such as a driving licence or passport before being able to vote in a UK general or local election.
Promising a step-change in energy generation, fusion power has long been on the horizon, but a breakthrough concept known as a fusion island could ultimately make it a reality far sooner than previously thought.