Transputec joined the ranks of premium recruiters at the Imperial College Technology Fair last week. This annual crowd-puller gave us the opportunity to meet future stars of the tech scene – some of whom we hope to welcome to Transputec very soon.
Malicious cyber attacks are not only rising by the day, but also becoming increasingly sophisticated in nature.
Just a couple of weeks ago Belgian security experts warned that the security protocol used to protect the vast majority of Wi-Fi connections could be broken. This means all modern protected Wi-Fi networks could potentially be exposed to hackers using this new technique to steal sensitive information like credit card numbers, passwords and emails.
I am delighted to announce that leading business disruption incident management tool, Crises Control, and cutting edge behavioural monitoring tool, ThreatSpike, have jointly won the category of Cyber Security Partnership of the Year in the prestigious CIR Risk Management Awards 2017.
It’s probably fair to say that the majority of IT solutions driving innovation are being deployed in the Cloud. In the UK alone, the proportion of organisations that use a main business management application in the Cloud has jumped from 40% in 2014 to 62% in 2016.
Artificial intelligence is the watchword of the moment. According to Accenture intelligent machines are set to transform business in ways not seen since the Industrial Revolution, creating huge growth opportunities.
Just last week the UK government published a report on the major social and economic benefits AI could bring to the country – estimating that AI could add an additional £630bn to the UK economy by 2035.
The nude photo hackers have struck again! Four months after a leading Lithuanian cosmetic surgery clinic was hacked with more than 25,000 private photos stolen, the hackers have struck once more. Only this time the business which has been attacked is closer to home, in London.