This hotly anticipated event is just around the corner but what will it look like for businesses this year? Consumer interest in Black Friday dipped by over one-third in 2020 and as a result, businesses are looking to capitalise on the 2021 event both on and offline.
The new £5bn digital warfare centre which is capable of launching “offensive” cyber attacks against hostile powers such as Russia, announced this week by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, is being hailed by industry leaders as a positive step in terms of cyber awareness, boosting the UK’s security economy, and creating thousands of jobs.
UK technology consultancy states SMEs must have the right technologies and frameworks in place to succeed
The European Commission has set out plans for a common charger port for all mobile phones, tablets and headphones, in the face of resistance from US tech giant Apple.
Apple has issued a software patch to block so-called “zero-click” spyware that could infect iPhones and iPads.
PayPal is introducing new fees for payments between businesses in the UK and those in Europe, from November.
Cybersecurity is posing an increased risk to organisations each year, but despite the growing nature of the threat, the issue is still underrepresented on the boardroom agenda.
Facebook’s WhatsApp was fined a record €225 million by the Irish data protection regulator today after the European Union privacy watchdog pressured Ireland to raise the penalty for the company’s privacy breaches.
TikTok was the world’s most downloaded app in 2020 as it took the top spot from Facebook Messenger, according to digital analytics company App Annie.
Video-conferencing firm Zoom has agreed to pay $86m (£61.9m) to settle a class action privacy lawsuit in the US.