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Audit finds Department of Homeland Security's security is insecure

The agency that keeps America safe runs un-patched Flash, and worse besides

FBI chief asks tech industry to build crypto-busting not-a-backdoor

'You guys can build anything if you put your mind to it' is the gist of the argument

Help me, cloudy-WAN-Ciscobi, my SaaS needs A New Hope

Viptela and Meraki add WAN-wranglers as Cisco decides wide-area networks need love

US authorities call on cryptocoin 'exchanges' to sign up for regulation

They walk and quack like an Exchange but SEC says don’t invest unless they follow rules like an Exchange

IBM's homomorphic encryption accelerated to run 75 times faster

It lets you work on encrypted data without taking it to plaintext and back again

Sigh. Cisco security kit has Java deserialisation bug and a default password SNAFU

Two critical vulnerabilities among 20 patches

Uber-Lyft study author jams into reverse gear over abysmal pay claims

Dial-a-ride driving sucks... but sucks less than previously thought

Jupiter has the craziest storms seen yet, say boffins

New pics make the gas giant's poles look like portals to hell

More money than sense? Saudi Arabia invests $400m in Magic Leap

AnalysisSaudi Arabia shows more optimism for AR tech than… well, everyone else

Windows 10 S to become a 'mode', not a discrete product

Locked-down Windows to come to all Windows 10 editions, not just for kids

Ethernet sales growing, but routing's been routed by software

As hardware goes soft, hardware revenues follow

Netflix could pwn 2020s IT security – they need only reach out and take

Workload isolation is niche, but they're rather good at it

Why two scale-out NAS, IBM? One's a pickup, the other's a juggernaut

AnalysisSpectrum NAS overlaps with Spectrum Scale, but there are differences

Sci-tech wants skilled worker cap on PhD and shortage jobs scrapped

Limit 'undermines business confidence', groups tell

Defra to MPs: There's no way Brexit IT can be as crap as rural payments

Look, we're used to dealing with cock-ups

China looks set to pip Uncle Sam at the post in exascale computer race

AnalysisTianhe-3 rig a year in front of stateside supers

Does Parliament or Google decide when your criminal past is forgotten?

RTBF TrialRight To Be Forgotten trial reaches halfway mark

For all we know, aliens could be as careless with space junk as us

Astroboffin suggests scanning exoplanets for xenocrap in orbit

Oracle UK's profits have more than halved

Sales slide and tax repayments blamed

Yes, Alexa is all very well... but we want YOU to talk machine learning and AI

MCubed call for papers open now

Your entire ID is worth £820 to crooks on dark web black market

Fullz and their money are soon parted

SAP corruption probe: Indication of misconduct in South African public sector deals

Millions coughed up in commissions

Info Commissioner tears into Google's 'call us journalists' trial defence

RTBF TrialNo wriggling out of regulation, snarls ICO chief

Administrator PwC chops Maplin staff

'Controlled store closure' process looms for retailer

UK data watchdog raids companies suspected of 11 million nuisance texts

Computers and documents in the bag, please

Will the stock market drop Dropbox like it's hot? Numbers say no

AnalysisProfits likely this year, unlike some competitors

Surprise: Norks not actually behind Olympic Destroyer malware outbreak – Kaspersky

Who framed Pyongyang, then, we wonder

Bots don't spread fake news on Twitter, people do, say MIT eggheads

New probe explains why we can't handle the truth

Got some broken tech? Super Cali's trinket fix-it law brought into focus

Right to Repair Act just in case your phone becomes atrocious

Will the defendant please rise? Utah State Bar hunts for sender of topless email

Mormons miffed by mammary missive

Microsoft floats feelers for fake worlds

Haptic feedback controllers promise to put people in touch with virtual worlds

Cisco to trial direct online sales

Australia the 'vanguard', perhaps with new smallbiz products to make it sensible

Hansa down, this is cool: How Dutch cops snatched the wheel of dark web charabanc

Presumably while singing 'takedowns from Amsterdam'

Dell results: Well done, ice cream for everyone! Er, not you, storage

EMC on naughty step as 4Q18 revenues slump 11 per cent in a year

I'm anti-Google, please elect me: Senate hopeful rides tech backlash

Missouri attorney general Hawley hopes to tap into ire against Silicon Valley

Ex-stream action: YouTube slays Zombie horde in AdSense battle

Judge double taps class-action complaint against Google's vid emporium

Violent, powerful wind that lasts 100s of years. Yes, it's Jupiter, not you after a Friday night curry

Gas giant's atmosphere is not for the faint hearted

Carnegie Mellon makes network security guru Jahanian president

Chalk one up for the infosec nerds: Arbor founder takes top uni post

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