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Netherlands enables contactless payments on entire public transport network

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...Frank Täubel - stock.adobe.com - Karl Flinders, Chief reporter and senior editor EMEA The Netherlands has completed the nationwide roll out of... ...Transport companies in the Netherlands have worked with card giant Mastercard and Dutch public transport system developer Translink to enable contactless... ...Jan-Willlem van der Schoot, Mastercard country manager in the Netherlands, said the Netherlands is the first country in the world to make checking... ...Open loop payment transport systems are already accepted in metropolitan areas around the world, including London, New York City, Sydney and Milan...

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Bishop Fox’s Vinnie Liu talks offensive security skills

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...Sergey Nivens - Stock.Adobe.com Conventional security, which is sometimes referred to as “defensive security”, focuses on reactive measures, such... ...“Offensive security is the all-encompassing term for a broad range of activities,” explains Vinnie Liu, CEO and co-founder of Bishop Fox, an offensive... ...Liu, Bishop Fox Given the limited number of academic or training credentials available for offensive security, talent and reputation for security...

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Podcast: Storage, backup, AI and data classification at RSA 2023

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...In this podcast, we talk with Mathieu Gorge, CEO of Vigitrust, about subjects discussed at the recent RSA 2023 event in San Francisco.... ...Gorge also talks about the resurgence of a focus on data classification and its usefulness for access management and keeping track of the data held... ...Antony Adshead: What were the key themes at RSA 2023? RSA 2023 was probably one of the busiest ever.... ...Adshead: What are the key impacts on storage and backup that follow from these changes in focus?...

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UKtech50 2023: The most influential people in UK technology

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...This year, congratulations go, for the first time jointly, to Michelle Donelan and Chloe Smith, secretary of state for science, innovation and technology... ...Computer Weekly has announced the 13th annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology – the CIOs, industry executives... ...Donelan is currently on maternity leave, with Chloe Smith acting as the current secretary of state.... ...Michelle Donelan was appointed secretary of state for science, innovation and technology in February 2023, prior to which she was secretary of state...

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Clop cyber gang claims MOVEit attack and starts harassing victims

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...Among the organisations blackmailed by the Russia-based cyber criminals are the BBC, Boots and British Airways (BA), all of which appear to have... ...The Clop (aka Cl0p) cyber extortion gang has confirmed it is behind a series of major security breaches at organisations compromised via a SQL injection... ...Other known victims compromised via Zellis include the University of Rochester in the state of New York, and the provincial government of Nova Scotia... ...In a statement posted to its dark web leak site, which has been reviewed by Computer Weekly, Clop"s operatives – who continue to labour under the...

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Keeping your culture as the business scales

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...Group to Nash Squared.... ...We have grown both organically and through acquisitions, We also launched and implemented a major rebrand of the Group, evolving from Harvey Nash... ...At Nash Squared, we created a learning portal as well as a wellbeing portal.... ...At Nash Squared, for example, we realised that the time had come to sharpen up our values to make sure they were still truly relevant to our evolving...

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UKtech50 2023 winner: Michelle Donelan/Chloe Smith, secretary of ...

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...of the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT), led by secretary of state Michelle Donelan.... ...For the first time in history, there is a department dedicated to science and technology policy, and Donelan, who is the winner of the UKtech50 2023... ...of Commons shortly after her department, still in the throes of creation, launched the UK Science and Technology Framework, a 10-point plan on how... ...the British people” Michelle Donelan, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology Donelan is keen for the department to be seen as one that...

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Payments regulator makes APP fraud reimbursement mandatory

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...Chris Hemsley, managing director of the PSR, said: “Once implemented, our changes will deliver a major shift from the status quo, giving everyone... ...He added that the changes would put the UK at the forefront of the global fight against APP fraud.... ...Andrew Griffith, UK economic secretary, said: “As payment scams become ever more sophisticated, it is right that the government, the regulator and... ...Worldwide and analytics firm GlobalData....

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Welsh ambulance service upgrades life-saving communications

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...- Karl Flinders, Chief reporter and senior editor EMEA The Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) is upgrading the communications technology in hundreds... ...This is to meet the NHS Ambulance Radio Programme's (ARP"s) Mobile Data and Vehicle Solution (MDVS).... ...ARP was commissioned by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives and the Department of Health and Social Care to replace the existing mobile... ...The upgrade is needed for the Welsh Ambulance Service to be able to move to the National Mobilisation Application, the new standard being deployed...

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Researchers in Belgium move towards industrial production of qubits

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...Shana Massar, engineer in the quantum computing programme at Imec, states: “The goal of quantum computers is not to replace our already known classical... ...This can be done to gain a better understanding of materials science and can also be done to help discover new drugs. ... ...The classical bit states are independent of each other, which leads to the fact that N bits store N states. But qubits can be entangled.... ...state of a bit, the state is either zero or one and this leads to deterministic measurement, while the qubit has a superposition of state,” says Massar...

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