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The Queen’s speech has been praised for providing certainty on data protection, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The government has promised a new data protection law aimed at incorporating the EU General Data Protection Regulation – a significant move highlighting the UK’s intention to meet GDPR obligations.

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A cyber-attack which has hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated as a “wake-up call” by governments around the world, reports BBC.co.uk. The statement comes from Microsoft, which blamed governments for storing data on vulnerable technology which could then... Read more

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A former private security officer in California must pay nearly $319,000 in damages for hacking his employer, reports BBC.co.uk. The employee accessed payroll records to inflate the number of hours he had worked, later hacking the firm’s servers to steal... Read more

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Automation can be used to turn the tables on cyber attackers, reports ComputerWeekly.com. This is according to Richard Struse, Chief Advanced Technology Officer at the US Department of Homeland Security.

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Amazon has launched a new version of the Echo, the Echo Show, with touchscreen and video calling, reports TheGuardian.com. The new device will ship on June 28th with a greater range of functionality.

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Barclays has launched a £10m digital safety campaign in the UK, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The campaign is designed to eliminate digital fraud, as research reveals London, Bristol and Birmingham are scam hotspots.