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Chinese Ambassador To UK Threatens To Withdraw Huawei And £3bn Investment If Comms Giant Banned From Building 5G
29th Jul 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Surprise pledge catches company on the hop: We have announced no change to our strategy Chinas ambassador to Britain has threatened to withdraw Huawei and several billions in investment following the governments decision to ban the companys...
No Wonder Brit Universities Report Hacks So Often: Half Of Staff Have Had Zero Infosec Training, Apparently
29th Jul 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Plus: Dont worry, students. The hackers told us they destroyed your data... - latest unis to fess up to being hit by Blackbaud Nearly half of British university staff say they have received no cybersecurity training, according to a recent...
Japan Starts Work On Global Quantum Crypto Network
28th Jul 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Toshiba leads effort that aspires to run 100 quantum cryptographic devices for 10,000 users by 2024 Japan is poised to start work on global quantum key distribution service and associated infrastructure.…
Reply-All Storm Flares As Email Announcing Privacy Policy Puts 500 Addresses In The To Field, Not BCC
28th Jul 2020 [16 days ago] from The Register
Newsletter-as-a-service outfit Substack does the usual apologising Some advice from The Register: when announcing a new privacy policy don’t do so with emails that reveal 500 addresses in the “To” field of the message.…
Were Suing Google For Harvesting Our Personal Info Even Though We Opted Out Of Chrome Sync – Netizens
28th Jul 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Browser quitters say theyll return if web goliath lives up to privacy promises A handful of Chrome users have sued Google, accusing the browser maker of collecting personal information despite their decision not to sync data stored in Chrome...
MI6 Tried To Intervene In Independent Court By Stopping Judge Seeing Legal Papers – But They Said Sorry, So Its OK
28th Jul 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Just another day for the Investigatory Powers Tribunal The UKs Secret Intelligence Service, aka MI6, has been accused of trying to tamper with a court that is supposed to oversee and regulate it after an extraordinary tale emerged...
Find Out This Week: How To Build A Cyber Threat Intelligence Program While Cutting Through The Noise
28th Jul 2020 [17 days ago] from The Register
Tune in online to get a handle on separating good data from clutter Webcast  The advantages of having decent threat intelligence in place are many and various, as the threat landscape continues to widen year-on-year.…
Tune In This Week To Learn All About An Identity-centric Approach To Zero-trust Security
27th Jul 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
Its time to think beyond simple perimeter defenses Webcast  The adoption of mobile and cloud, and the coronavirus pandemic forcing people to work from home, shows you can no longer rely on computer security based on a simple network perimeter.…...
Data-stealing, Password-harvesting, Backdoor-opening QNAP NAS Malware Qsnatch Reaches 62,000 Infections
27th Jul 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
If youre still using a vulnerable box, you ought to factory reset it before patching The number of QNAP network-attached storage (NAS) boxes infected with the data-stealing QSnatch malware has reached 62,000, the US and UK governments warned...
Garmin Staggers Back To Its Feet: Aviation Systems Seem To Be Lagging, Though: And Heres Why...
27th Jul 2020 [18 days ago] from The Register
Somebody light that pilot light Garmin services appear to be in the process of being restored after the company was reportedly hit with ransomware, though its aviation services remain offline at the time of writing.…
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