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Cage director found guilty of terrorism offence after refusing to disclose passwords. Muhammad Rabbani, international director of Cage, is convicted of an offence under the terrorism act after refusing to disclose his mobile phone pin and laptop password under terrorism law.

Deloitte breach underlines need for better authentication A breach of Deloitte’s email system, which may have exposed client details, emphasises the need for two-factor authentication and the monitoring of systems administrators

Firms look to security analytics to keep pace with cyber threats Traditional approaches to cyber security no longer enable organisations to keep up with cyber threats, but security analytics is an increasingly popular addition to the cyber arsenal

Outcome of Amazon Irish datacentre planning appeal potentially delayed until November Amazon faces having to wait up to two months to hear the outcome of an environmental appeal against its plans to build a datacentre in Dublin

UK cyber defences among the best in Europe The UK is among the European countries that are most prepared for cyber attack, but there is room for improvement by all, a report has revealed

Microsoft Ignite kicks off with cross-platform SQL and on-premise Azure Microsoft announces completion of cross-platform SQL Server, GDPR compliance for Office 365, plus Azure Stack

Two-thirds of UK businesses have adopted fintech Most UK businesses are using financial technology products and services in some way, with cost savings being the main attraction

Connected bees create a buzz at Manchester startup hub Cisco and Manchester Science Partnerships have opened a new startup incubator in the city to foster innovation in the Northern Powerhouse, and the humble honeybee is taking centre stage

Amazon launches Middle East region Amazon opens its latest delivery hub in Bahrain to serve customers in the Middle East

Three adds in-store sign language service for deaf customers Mobile operator pilots in-store sign language service to support the needs of its deaf customers

NotPetya attack cost up to £15m, says UK ad agency WPP Advertising giant was one of many companies hit in June 2017 by malware distributed through Ukrainian accounting software

FSA connects 220 abattoirs to fibre for food safety monitoring Food Standards Agency picks Exponential-e to revitalise connectivity across 220 sites as it strives to improve operational efficiency and compliance processes

Barriers to enterprise adoption of DevOps As enterprises join the continuous delivery movement, we look at some of the challenges to DevOps adoption

Movie maker shuns cloud, gets Spectra Logic Black Pearl tape NAS Hat Trick ditches industry-specific hardware and deploys Black Pearl, which gives NAS-like file access from tape

Uber fails to get licence to operate in London renewed Transport for London has rejected Uber's application for its licence renewal, citing a lack of corporate responsibility as the reason

CIO interview: Russell Harte, group technology director, DFS The furniture store’s group head of IT speaks to Computer Weekly about how customer experience can be used internally

Equifax faces small business class action over data breach Small businesses in the US have filed a class-action lawsuit against credit rating firm Equifax, representing millions of others affected by a breach of personal data

European banks getting rid of human interaction in retail services Traditional banks know they need to modernise IT to retain market share, but replacing legacy systems is like defusing a bomb

Why AI success depends on IT picking the low-hanging fruit General-purpose artificial intelligence is probably a long way off, but the rapid rate of innovation means off-the-shelf AI can kick-start many projects

NetApp privacy chief warns enterprises off investing in GDPR snake-oil tech Speaking at the inaugural Datacloud Ireland event in Dublin, NetApp chief privacy officer, Sheila FitzPatrick, outlined her concerns over tech suppliers cashing in on the enterprise rush for GDPR compliance