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Terrorist threat forces Sony to cancel ‘The Interview’ premiere

The East Coast premiere of The Interview, starring Seth Rogan and James Franco, has been cancelled after the group responsible for the Sony Pictures cyberattack threatened to target cinemas that choose to show the film. The film, which depicts a fictional attempt to assassinate North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, was to premiere at Landmark’s Sunshine… Read More

New GCHQ boss attacks tech companies for aiding terrorism

In a stream of recent calls for cooperation from tech companies by security officials, the new director of Britain’s intelligence agency, GCHQ, has announced on his first day in the role that US tech companies are wrong to protect the privacy of their customers and products. “However much they may dislike it, they have become the… Read More

Breaking the system refresh cycle – IaaS to the rescue?

IT systems becoming vulnerable to malicious attack has risen up the agenda as this week we reach the tipping point of Microsoft ending support for Windows XP despite nearly a third of the world’s computers continuing to use it. Kevin Linsell, the head of service development for Adapt, blieves that keeping your IT systems up… Read More