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The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) has appointed Samantha Liscio as its chief information and technology officer. 
Hackers are desperately scanning the internet for unpatched VMware servers that contain a dangerous code-execution vulnerability, according to researchers
Even with all the uncertainty in the world, people welcomed the turning of the new year as a fresh start. Cyber-criminals also welcomed 2021 - not as a chance to reflect and reboot but as an opportunity to build...
On today's podcast guest analyst Terry Cutler and I discuss whether companies should be forced to report cybersecurity incidents to a government body, and how external scanning of IT networks reveals a lot of information for hackers
Ransomware accounted for nearly 60 per cent of attacks on IBM customers in Canada
Cybersecurity agencies across five countries have issued a global alert to organizations using the Accellion FTA file transfer application after a number of organizations in the past six weeks admitted to being hacked through vulnerabilities in the software.
This morning's podcast reports on two studies of cyber threat trends, and a warning about targeted attacks on the defence sector
We check in on ITWC’s latest MapleSEC satellite series event, the Supreme Court of Canada says no to big telcos’ cries for a pricing appeal, and President Biden signs another exec order, this one tackling the global chip shortage.
After nearly 23 years with the company, stretching back prior to the Dell-EMC merger, Dell Technologies says its president and general manager Mike Sharun is retiring this spring.
Expect to see a lot of supply chain attacks in 2021, experts warn.