Nokia Networks has signed a deal with Nixu to include the cybersecurity company’s services in its network and services portfolio.
Alcatel-Lucent has deployed an IP/MPLS-based communications system in Poland that provides safety information for the country’s maritime authorities.
Vodafone has backed calls from the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) for an open discussion on how to harness big data while maintaining the privacy of citizens.
The biggest security risk to companies is their own employees, a report from risk consulting firm Kroll has concluded.
Luis Alvarez, CEO of BT Global Services, discusses business performance, security, cloud and partnership
German businesses are ignoring the risks of cyber attacks simply because they are reluctant to educate themselves on IT security, a Deutsche Telekom study has concluded.
Telefónica’s enterprise arm has joined the Riverbed Performance Partner Program, while BlackBerry has launched an offering that encrypts voice and messaging from mobile devices.
Enterprises need to be prepared for the number of attacks on their networks and IT systems to increase, according to the Managing Director of T-Systems’ Telecommunications division.
TalkTalk is to offer a range of free incentives to customers in atonement for October’s cyber attack as it unveiled its latest financial results.
Smartphone saturation amongst business executives is nearing 100 percent as enterprises look to e-commerce and mobile payments to drive new ways of working.
TalkTalk has said the total number of customers whose personal details were accessed in the cyber attack last month is 156,959.
Hackers have targeted Vodafone UK, putting nearly two thousand customers’ at risk, the operator revealed over the weekend.
The Chief Executive of TalkTalk has revealed the company’s “core systems” were not breached in last week’s cyber attack.
TalkTalk said it had suffered a “significant and sustained” cyberattack on its website this week.
“Data changing” has been identified by telco security bosses as one of the latest threats facing operators.
Telefónica and mobile ID company TeleSign have launched a service that enables customers to inform their bank when they travel overseas, in order to verify payments made abroad.
Senior executives at Telenor have been discussing innovation in a series of videos, titled "Summer of Innovation", that revealed more financial service products are on the way in Europe.
Ericsson and SK Holdings have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop what they are calling “a global collaborative ICT ecosystem” for the enterprise market.
By Charlie Ashton, Director of Business Development at Wind River
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a topic that’s been increasingly coming up when we talk with telecom service providers about their Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) plans.
Telefónica is adding a home security service to its offering in Spain as it looks to entice customers with what it claims to be the world’s first “quintuple-play” product.
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