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Starling Bank opens API with hackathon

Challenger bank Starling opens its API up to developers in hackathon at Google’s London Campus

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Dutch banks and ISPs behind in domain security

Dutch banks are falling behind organisations in other sectors when it comes to securing domains.

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UK IT professionals wanted in New Zealand capital city as part of recruitment campaign

The government of New Zealand’s capital city is looking for IT staff from around the world to address a skills shortage

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Old code haunts Cloudflare with memory leak scare

Ancient software has been blamed for a major memory leak affecting hundreds of thousands of web pages delivered via Cloudflare’s CDN

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Welsh university offers fintech degree

Wrexham Glyndwr University becomes the latest education provider to launch a course in financial technology

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Number of people hit by professional financial cyber attack grows after lull

Kaspersky Labs reports that the number of people hit by financial cyber attack grew in 2016 after falling in the previous two years

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At IBM’s Watson lab, customers marry the power of AI with the IoT

IBM formally inaugurated its Watson Internet of Things headquarters in Munich, Germany in February, and Computer Weekly went to meet the customers and partners who are using Watson AI to deliver on the promise of the IoT

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Digitisation opens up security weakness in oil and gas

The oil and gas industry needs to address the security risks associated with operational technology and vulnerable IT systems, says Ponemon Institute report

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Lords pressurise government over broadband USO

In a House of Lords debate on the Digital Economy Bill, peers passed an amendment to set the minimum standard speed for broadband at 30Mbps

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BDUK head Chris Townsend to step down

Government executive Chris Townsend, who oversees the DCMS-run BDUK rural broadband programme, is to step down in April

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