Last year, malicious outsiders were the number one source of these breaches, accounting for 58 per cent of breaches, says digital security firm Gemalto's latest Breach Level Index.
All European countries surveyed recently experienced a quarterly increase in average connection speeds, with double digit gains being posted by Norway (15%) and the UK (10%). But in the UK, year-over-year - 21%, says Akamai.
According to a study by Nectar, the company most known for its points reward card, 16-30 year-olds in the UK favour entrepreneurship over working up the career ladder.
Research by property-finding website Rightmove has found that people looking to buy a property may decide against it if broadband speeds are slow in the area.
Infosys, a provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions, has released a report today that claims innovation, adoption of the latest technology and utilising new markets are essential for business development.
Vendor publishes research that says UK companies are slow in adopting digital transformation initiatives - which is hurting their business chances.
Cloud computing is one of the most disruptive forces in business in 20 years, according to a study by professional services firm KPMG.
The cloud revolution could be as big as that created by the impact of data processing on business itself, industry experts have claimed.
Market analyst GfK says in its new global poll that for a quarter of online consumers, the stuff's 'as good as being there'.
The 2016 State of the Digital Commerce report, published by salesforce eCommerce integration company CloudCraze, says 70% of companies have spent more than £710,000 on their website - in fact, 30% have spent more than double.
A survey by IT social community website Spiceworks has discovered that professionals in the area place high value on technology training - but employers do not share their opinion.
Energy suppliers are particularly vulnerable from cyber attacks because of the industrial control systems they use, according to new research.
The good boys and girls of Adobe analysed how consumers behaved during the Christmas shopping season in the past seven years, and have come up with a prediction on how it might play out this year. Short version: very well for e-commerce. Not so good for Elves.
According to Alphabet’s latest financial reports (its first fourth quarter earnings ever), the company’s market value sits at about $570 billion (£396.1bn), which is $35 billion more than Apple.
The Internet of Things is being used by car insurance companies to cut their costs, a new study by Business Insider claims.
IT directors and CIOs are playing a continually increasing part in the strategic direction of UK businesses, according to a new report.
Security breaches, data theft and various cyber-threats with expensive consequences have put a lot of pressure on IT executives everywhere, a disturbing new study by Trustwave suggests.
Small to medium sized businesses lack the resources they need to protect themselves against malware attacks, says new study.
IT professionals believe their organisation’s data is more secure in the cloud than in on-premise machines, a new survey by Evolve IP, entitled 2016 Cloud Adoption suggests.
Data from the IMRG Capgemini Quarterly Benchmarking report reveals that, for the first time ever, more than half of visits to retail sites in the UK come from mobile devices.