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Displaying items by tag: The Netherlands

Almost two-thirds (64%) of chief information security officers in 14 countries believe they will be hit by a material cyber-attack in the next 12 months, the security firm Proofpoint says.

Published in Security

Oil and gas giant Shell has fallen victim to a network attack, with the breach being through vulnerabilities in Accellion's File Transfer Appliance product. Data belonging to its stakeholders and subsidiaries has been compromised.

Published in Security

The Dutch company ASML, the biggest manufacturer of lithography equipment for making semiconductors, has extended a deal with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, China's biggest chip maker, according to a short statement issued on Wednesday.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Global human resources giant Randstad has taken a hit from cyber criminals using the Windows Egregor ransomware, with the company saying it is trying what data the attackers have stolen and placed on their site on the dark web.

Published in Security

Shipments of traditional PCs — notebooks, desktops and workstations — in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will come to 82.7 million units this year, a 12.7% increase year-on-year, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that with the effect of the pandemic not expected to lessen in any way, the demand for devices that could be used for working from home would be strong through 2020 and into the first half of 2021.

Published in Hardware

A cyber-espionage campaign that is targeting entities around the globe has been discovered by the Blackberry Research and Intelligence Team, which says it appears to operated by attackers for hire.

Published in Security

Google has held out a nice, juicy carrot overnight, hoping that Australia will bite and agree to the terms that it wants for the media code that is being negotiated with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Published in Open Sauce

China plans to invest up to US$1.4 trillion (A$1.9 trillion) to build up its semiconductor industry so that it can achieve self-sufficiency and not be subject to the kind of sanctions that the US has imposed on Huawei, a report claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A China expert has predicted that the US Government may end up shooting itself in the foot by weaponising the semiconductor supply chain.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The program office for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has made little progress in fixing hundreds of design flaws in the fighter jet, according to a report obtained by the non-partisan independent watchdog Project On Government Oversight.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A number of companies which have been advertising fake reviews on Google have had their ads removed after they were brought to the notice of the search engine company.

Published in Technology Regulation

Google plans to build three new undersea cables to speed up its connections with new regions as it looks to better its cloud computing business and compete with rivals Amazon and Microsoft.

Published in Cloud

Linux creator Linus Torvalds says two sets of patches have been posted for the distributed version control system git to mitigate against SHA-1 attacks which are based on the method that Dutch and Google engineers detailed last week.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 20:54

New app aims to minimise meeting tedium

Minute, an iPad app launching in Australia, will seek to alleviate some of the tedium of business meetings.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 18 October 2010 21:46

iPhone exclusivity: set to be broken?

The iPhone famously launched in the US with an exclusive carrier, greatly growing AT&T's customer base as AT&T failed to properly grow its 3.5G network, yet requests for iPhone sales in the US and the rest of the world to be offered on as many carriers as possible continue, and are slowly being granted.

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 19 June 2010 23:29

Tea and coffee drinkers have better hearts

A new study from the Netherlands has shown that moderate tea and coffee drinking helps to protect people from heart disease.

 

Published in Health

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