News has just broken about another high-profile data breach and another Chief Security Officer losing his job as a result. Following on from the firing of the CIO and CSO of Equifax in September, the CSO of Uber, Joe Sullivan, has now been let go after the company was forced to admit to a significant data breach in October 2016.
Another day, another futuristic brainwave from Elon Musk. It’s not easy keeping up with the whirlwind industrialist’s ventures, but if you’re a Tesla enthusiast, like me, you are probably following the projects of the iconic electric car maker’s CEO closely.
This week, Transputec was privileged to be part of this year’s prestigious Asian Professional awards. The awards were based on the top achievements of industry professionals across a range of sectors.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow in a few days time. It will be the biggest sporting event in the world this year, with more than 1.6 million tickets already sold. Fans will be travelling from 32 different countries to the tournament. This would make them a very tempting target for cyber criminals.
Microsoft recently announced a major rollout of updates to Office 365 in an unassuming blog post. For those of you who didn’t get the chance to read it, the tech giant said the changes were “inspired by the new culture of work and designed to deliver a balance of power and simplicity.”
Certainly, over the next few months, billions of Office users will experience updates for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
Following on from our hat trick of nominations in the PCR Awards 2018, Transputec has now scored with a brace of nominations in two different awards, both of which are based on our reputation as a great place to work.