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Assume we're going to get hacked next time and plan for it The NHS has learned from last year's WannaCry attack and started putting in place disaster recovery measures that will allow it to maintain services in the face of an even fiercer assault.…

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Outfit loses 438 bitcoin in security snafu Indian Bitcoin exchange Coinsecure has mislaid 438.318 BTC belonging to its customers.…

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posted 8 days ago on the register
Outfit loses 438 bitcoin in security snafu Indian Bitcoin exchange Coinsecure has mislaid 438.318 BTC belonging to its customers.…

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His co-claimant wasn't so lucky, however RTBF trial  A businessman has won the first ever “right to be forgotten” lawsuit against Google in London’s High Court – but a second man’s attempt to have embarrassing search results about him deleted has failed.…

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But former state monopoly still the biggest single investor Fibre-building minnows passed nearly one million FTTP connections last year – more than double the amount BT's Openreach managed, according to a report from an industry body.…

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Contract wrangle overshadows milestone The F-35 fighter jet has completed one of its years-long flight testing programmes – just in time for the United States to suspend all deliveries of the new supersonic aircraft.…

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Department triaging projects to prioritise trucks' passage at Dover HMRC appears to be putting its flagship "making tax digital" (MTD) project on hold, as the department flings all hands on deck to handle its customs IT replacement system post Brexit .…

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Nice. But what about the UK firms MoD's spending £800m on? Comment  Two senior British Army officers have visited Silicon Valley to trawl for militarily useful tech startups.…

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Justice commish 'advises' Sheryl Sandberg to send her boss, but is Zuck best one to grill? Comment  Politicians on this side of the Pond need to stop obsessing about getting Mark Zuckerberg in front of them, and start preparing to grill his subordinates.…

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Teacher nabbed for allegedly allowing kids to give each other a 'bunch of fives'* A bored substitute maths teacher from Connecticut has been cuffed for allegedly starting a fight club in his lessons.…

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Wake up accountants! Sage has ops issues There was a minor disturbance in the accountancy software market today: accountants even looked up from their books as Sage admitted sales were more sloppy than expected at the half-way stage of its fiscal ’18.…

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S3 spillage spoils included driving licences and passports TrueMove H, the biggest 4G mobile operator in Thailand, has suffered a data breach.…

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Anyone can lob a car into space, but you need a Boeing rocket to bring it back Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg took a shot at SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch during a discussion with Politico’s Robert Allbritton last night.…

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Just decide how deep you want to dive There are less than five weeks to go until Continuous Lifecycle London 2018 kicks off, and places are filling up fast.…

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Pricey, but classy There’s a lot to be said for not buggering up a winning formula. And there’s something to be said in 2018 for a premier brand. Samsung's Galaxy S9 is the best all-round Android phone you can buy.…

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How to tell if your algo is getting it right Machine learning (ML) is all about getting machines to learn but how do we know how well they are doing? Answer – confusion matrices and ROC space.…

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Servers get composable, denser, drink doses of Intel FPGA and NVMe The server industry exhibited another spasmodic leap forward with a slew of news around composability, denser rack packing, Intel taking on Nvidia using FPGAs, and the onrushing NVME SSD tide.…

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It really makes you sit and think, doesn't it? Something for the Weekend, Sir?  A man on the internet wants me to take a look at his ring.…

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One bird broke, replacement failed to launch, but now IRNSS is whole again India has successfully conducted the satellite launch needed to re-construct its Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS).…

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No, Mum, ‘Print to File’ doesn’t make the printer work On-Call  Welcome again to On-Call, The Register’s reader-contributed tales of tech support tension, terror and technical tragedy.…

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It knows you’ve sat down and then turns on the tellie and adjust the lights Korean electronics giant LG and Italian homewares concern Natuzzi have teamed up to create the internet of furniture.…

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Texas to jail CEO for at least five years, Feds case still to come Backpage.com CEO Carl Ferrer has pled guilty to money laundering and the company he led has done likewise on charges of human trafficking.…

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Former Adobe CFO Mark Garrett also sits on board of subs-happy Pure Storage Cisco’s tapped one of the few software vendors that has made a thorough and successful transition to software-as-a-service by appointing Mark Garrett, a former Adobe executive veep and chief financial officer to its board of directors.…

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But no Daily Stormer please Cloudflare made its name proxying traffic for web servers, on network ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS), as a defense against denial of service attacks and their ilk.…

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If you've got an old wallet then check it for hacked holes Concerns about a flawed crypto library that could allow Bitcoin theft have been revived following a post to a Bitcoin mailing list last week.…

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