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Protecting your data assets from insider security threats with UEBA

Despite depictions of hackers frantically typing to crack into a company’s mainframe, most data breaches stem from internal actors. UEBA’s ability to track user behaviour helps IT security teams identify these cyberthreats faster

IBM and CLS test blockchain app store for financial institutions

IBM and foreign exchange settlement firm CLS have launched LedgerConnect, a proof of concept app store that will give banks easier access to blockchain-based applications

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BP to buy the largest electric vehicle charging network in the UK

In its latest move towards the future of mobility, BP will buy Chargemaster, one of the biggest charging companies in Europe

Instagram announces video service IGTV to rival YouTube

Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom unveiled Instagram’s new video platform at an event in San Francisco

Bank of International Settlements report highlights issues with cryptocurrencies

A new report from the Bank of International Settlements underlines issues with bitcoin security, legitimacy and environmental impact

Elon Musk’s Boring Company to build high-speed rail underneath Chicago

The tunnelling company Elon Musk founded to alleviate traffic in Los Angeles has secured its first major project: a high-speed underground transportation system linking downtown Chicago to O’Hare International Airport

Coinrail hack sends bitcoin price tumbling

Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinrail has lost 30 percent of its coins following a hack, leaving investor confidence in bitcoin, among others, shaken

Facebook confirms data-sharing relationships with Chinese companies

Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company’s data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds

De Beers set to begin selling synthetic diamonds to retail customers

As of September, international diamond group De Beers will start selling lower-priced, lab-made gemstones to non-industrial consumers via its newly formed subsidiary, Lightbox

Apple awarded $539m in patent infringement damages from Samsung

In a case that stretches back to 2011, Samsung has been ordered to pay damages to Apple for patent infringements

Top 5 data issues haunting your CIO

As data becomes increasingly commoditised, CIOs face mounting pressure to protect their customers’ information. We look at five of the most pressing issues CIOs should consider when identifying potential data centre partners

Protection vs privacy: the problem with mobile device management

Concerns about data security skyrocketed following Facebook’s data breach scandal. Businesses must protect their data, but employee privacy shouldn’t be compromised in the process