Cybersecurity and threat news for Europe, the Middle East & Africa
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Self-driving cars are cool, but what about the self-driving data centre?
Pure Storage's regional vice president discusses how a self-driving data centre is self-managing, optimising, and restoring - much cooler than a car.
Back to basics: 4 common sense steps to avoid a software attack
Flexera's SVP for EMEA shares inside information into why businesses are more at risk than ever and what they can do to better protect themselves.
It’s G-Day: GDPR now operational so what do the experts think?
GDPR is now officially live and the hype is reaching manic levels with the term beating 'Beyoncé' on Google this week - here's what the experts think.
Exclusive: 'Bad guys aren't so bad' as cryptomining is a sign of conscience
Cryptomining is now a more popular method of cybercrime than ransomware but expert Tim Brown says this isn't a bad thing as it causes less harm.
GDPR may help colocation companies sort through data sovereignty regulations
Data sovereignty is becoming increasingly important to colocation providers and so Schneider Electric's Mark Bidinger discusses GDPR's implications.
Having the right connections: Are VPNs really fit for purpose?
Stuart Sharp says with remote working fast becoming commonplace in today’s business landscape, IT teams are being faced with a security conundrum.
Expert panel: Overcoming barriers of multi-cloud & realising its benefits
In this article, five IT experts offer advice to organisations about the reasons to adopt multi-cloud, and what to look for when choosing a solution.
AR to find more serious commercial applications on its surest bet, mobile
Ovum research analyst Guillermo Escofet delves into augmented reality (AR) and whether the market has potential for future commercial applications.
Musk says AI 'more dangerous than nukes' - expert stays optimistic
Elon Musk spoke at SXSW and used examples of AI's rapid advancements to show why it ‘scares the hell’ out of him - Kolochenko remains optimistic.
Expert opinion: 5 myths surrounding the 'AI Hype Train'
Digital Realty's director of engineering says while AI does represent an exciting new utility, it doesn't herald the arrival of a sci-fi future.
Exclusive: Is cybersecurity losing because it’s too profit-focused?
“Given their pay is never guaranteed, cybercriminals are outperforming the 'good guys' in many particular aspects only because they are 'hungry'."
OVUM: Where are enterprises looking to really use AI?
Artificial intelligence (AI) remains highly in vogue as a technology topic across the media and within the IT supplier landscape.
Not-for-profit Bug Bounty project surpasses major milestone
The Open Bug Bounty project has reached 100,000 fixed vulnerabilities and is showing no signs of slowing down with changes on the horizon.
Expert discusses HPC and benefits of moving data storage out of the city
For those looking to cut costs, moving non-critical IT requirements outside of their existing Tier 1 location could be an extremely effective measure.
Opinion: Building for exascale - lessons learnt from the data centre
DDN Storage's James Coomer says from a storage architecture point of view we are well beyond supporting petascale (current generation) systems.
Five questions to ask when evaluating a DCIM vendor
Mark Gaydos delves into the importance of not only adopting DCIM solutions, but also choosing the right vendor - here's his advice.
Winter Olympics hacked: Was it just disruptive or something more sinister?
The Winter Olympics recently fell victim to a cyberattack which seemed to be just a disruption, but this expert says there could be more behind it.
Cybersecurity experts opine on confession it’s not if but when UK is attacked
Ciaran Martin says the UK has been ‘fortunate’ to avoid an attack that could cause devastating disruption to elections or critical infrastructure.
Expert insights: Why visibility and forensics matter in cybersecurity
A Six-Point Checklist for making sure that your security teams have the capacity to track the root causes and progress of noxious malware .
Criticality of industries supporting Singapore’s Smart Nation
Vertiv's Tony Gaunt discusses the future for Singapore and Asia where he believes IoT, AI, 5G, data centres and cybersecurity will be paramount.
Industry experts to share insights at free code conference
Wellington Code Camp 2017 could be your chance to absorb some expert knowledge and make new partnerships in the tech industry.