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泰达币USDT官网钱包_泰达币注home Depot agrees to pay $17.5m levy over 2014 data breach
The U.S. retailer 泰达币USDT官网钱包_泰达币注home Depot has agreed to pay a $17.5m levy over a 2014 data breach. The settlement covers 46 U.S. states and Washington, D.C., and impacted customers using the company's self-checkout machines. Hackers were able to access customers' payment information and email addresses. "We’re glad to put this matter behind us," said 泰达币USDT官网钱包_泰达币注home Depot in a statement.
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Yahoo Finance ZDNet
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IBM planning 10,000 job cuts from services unit - report
IBM is planning to cut 10,000 jobs from its in Europe from its services unit ahead of spinning our the division, Bloomberg reports. Citing people familiar with the matter, it said the losses will impact 20% of the unit's workforce with the heaviest cuts coming in the UK and Germany. Cuts are also planned in Poland, Slovakia, Italy and Belgium, the report added.
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Bloomberg
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@business
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AWS targets Rust developers
AWS is looking to recruit developers expert in the Rust Programming language. Open-source Rust is used for s programming and has quickly grown in popularity since launching in 2015 because of its focus on safety. “Rust helps us deliver fast, robust services to AWS customers at Amazon scale,” said an AWS spokesperson. The cloud giant aims to support the open-source community behind Rust.
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AWS ZDNet
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Belgian security researcher hacks Tesla Model X within minutes
Belgian security researcher Lennert Wouters has been able to hack a Tesla Model X vehicle by exploiting the Bluetooth Low Energy standard. Tesla says that they have rolled out an over-the-air patch. “Using a modified ECU, obtained from a salvage Tesla Model X, we were able to wirelessly – up to 5m distance – force key fobs to advertise themselves as connectable BLE devices,” Wouters said.
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The Washington Post Computer Weekly Wired
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ZTE still considered a 'national security threat' by FCC
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has rejected ZTE's petition to reconsider its decision designating the company as a U.S. national security threat. The decision will keep American companies from accessing the FCC’s $8.3bn Universal Service Fund to buy equipment from ZTE. It is estimated that replacing carriers' Huawei and ZTE equipment would cost over $1.8bn.
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Bloomberg Reuters TechCrunch
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Splunk to acquire network monitoring specialist Flowmill
Splunk has revealed its plans to buy Flowmill. The deal will see Splunk expand its network monitoring capabilities with Flowmill's software platform. "Observability technology is rapidly increasing in both sophistication and ability," said Splunk's CTO. Terms weren't disclosed but the deal is expected to go through early next year. Last month, Splunk bought app monitoring provider Plumbr.
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Splunk Silicon Angle Tech Crunch
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@FlowmillHQ @ZDNet @TechCrunch @AlgoseedL
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U.S. challenger bank Current raises $131m in funding
U.S. challenger bank Current has raised $131m in Series C funding. New investor Tiger Global Management led the round for the mobile bank, which has now raised over $180m in total funding and has a valuation of $750m. Current has has doubled its member base in less than six months to surpass two million members and plans to use the funding plans to expand on its product offerings.
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Current TechCrunch
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@DataAugmented @current @pitdesi
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Digital skills gap puts UK economic recovery in jeopardy - Microsoft report
The UK’s digital skills gap could pose a risk to economic recovery, new Microsoft research has found. Over three-quarters of UK leaders cited a large digital talent pool as essential to driving UK competitiveness. But more than two-thirds of UK business leaders believe their organisation is currently facing a digital skills gap skills gap, and are concerned a lack of skills will impact success.
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ITPro CRN Microsoft News
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Vijay Sankaran makes u-turn over Ford CIO role
Ford Motor Company has revealed that Vijay Sankaran has opted not to rejoin the company, citing personal reasons. The company previously announced that Sankaran had accepted an offer to become Ford’s chief software and information officer beginning this week, after serving seven years with TD Ameritrade. Jeff Lemmer will continue as Ford’s chief information officer for the rest of the year.
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CIO Dive Ford
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@Fordity @MikeMartinez_AN
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AppsFlyer gets backing from Salesforce
AppsFlyer, the mobile measurement and marketing platform, has received new backing from Salesforce Ventures. It has raised an undisclosed amount of money at a valuation of $2bn. The unicorn has secured more than $300m in funding since launching in 2011. AppFlyer's marketplace connects app developers to potential advertising partners. It currently has over 8,000 partners on the platform.
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Venture Beat Yahoo
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