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GCHQ harnessing analytical skills of 120 dyslexic and dyspraxic spies
GCHQ (the Government Communications Headquarters) has revealed that it employs over 100 dyslexic and dyspraxic 'neuro-diverse' spies as they possess many of the analytical skills needed to help fight terrorism.

Mastercard trials voice and face recognition mobile payment technology
Mastercard says it has completed a "successful" voice and facial recognition payments trial.

Home Depot security was anything but, say former employees
Bit by bit, information about the Home Depot security breach is coming to light, and the picture it paints is extremely unflattering for the retailer. The latest insight comes from former Home Depo...
Every budget is now an IT budget
IT is more and more a key component of all business initiatives and is becoming an important part of those budgets, according to Gartner, Inc. CIOs must work with business executives and the CFO to en...
Behavioral analysis and information security
In this interview, Kevin Watkins, Chief Architect at Appthority, talks about the benefits of using behavioral analysis in information security, how behavioral analysis can influence the evolution of s...
Users trust mobile service providers more than employers
Privacy from employers is the top concern for employees being asked to use their own devices for work purposes, according to AdaptiveMobile. The research found that while over 84 percent of employe...
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