Stories by Antony Savvas

Enterprises are failing to tackle targeted network attacks

Large companies expect more protection from their existing security tools than they are capable of, shows research, which also found that almost three quarters (72 percent) of European enterprises have suffered a targeted attack on their networks.

Gartner: Firms must redraw battle lines to combat new DDoS attacks

A quarter of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks that occur in 2013 will be application-based, according to analyst Gartner, with attackers sending out targeted commands to applications to tax the central processing unit (CPU) and memory - making the application unavailable.

Cameron signs cyber security deal with India

Prime minister David Cameron is using his trade trip to India to sign a cyber security deal with the country, over fears that UK customer and company data off-shored to Indian companies could be vulnerable to hackers.

IoD members unhappy with broadband, BT in firing line

The Institute of Directors' (IoD) members say faster broadband means more jobs, more investment and greater productivity, but they have criticised the performance of BT in building the broadband network they require.

BT wins another regional broadband deal for £30m

BT has won yet another rural broadband deal. This time a £30 million contract with Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council has been awarded to the telco, which has won every other similar government-backed contract.

BT posts poor quarterly results despite fibre roll-out

BT Group saw underlying revenues for the third quarter increase a modest 3 percent to £4.51 billion and pre-tax profits rise 7 percent to £675 million -before charges to cover the company's large pension deficit and other item