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IT related risks to UK companies surveyed

UK specialist law firm, Technology Law Alliance, has conducted research with business leaders within organizations ranging from SMEs to large corporates, in respect of key technology concerns for UK businesses. 

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Caught in the middle? Minimising network migration risks

For businesses who are in the process of shifting applications into the cloud, the risk of falling victim to downtime or a security threat is high. Reuven Harrison explains why, careful network planning before beginning the process, and security policy orchestration, can reduce pain points.

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Survey looks into supply chain cyber security

Tripwire, Inc., has published the results of a survey of 160 attendees at the IP EXPO Europe conference in London. According to the survey, 63 percent of the respondents said their organization would refuse to use partners and suppliers that failed to meet their IT security standards.

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Warning issued about risks of open source software

Enterprises across all industries are increasingly using open source software to reduce development costs and accelerate time to market. Yet there are thousands of open source security vulnerabilities reported every year, with 98 percent of companies unaware of the extent of, and licensing requirements of, the open source code they are using.

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