International Women’s Day sparks debate around the lack of females holding board-level positions in the fintech sector and elsewhere
A family of improved malware is targeting retailers’ point of sale (PoS) systems, say researchers
Deutsche Bank may separate as it restructures, with bank executives said to prefer a spin-off and stock market listing of retail operations
Consumer-focused technology is just the tip of the iceberg in the Nordics, with some of the most exciting startups in the enterprise sector
The UK aims to become a global leader in cyber security insurance through a set of joint initiatives between the government and the insurance sector
Spanish bank Sabadell will move TSB IT systems to its own in-house core banking platform
A drone was used to try to smuggle a package into the grounds of Bedford prison, it has been revealed.
Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire have been working on a robotic glove that could help stroke patients.
Just before the election campaign starts for real, Facebook has released figures on some of the most-discussed topics online this year.
The US military calls for "vigilance" after an online threat was allegedly made by Islamic State to 100 personnel whose details were posted online.
Extreme designs and prices at world’s biggest watch show
Pakistan has ordered mobile phone users to verify their identities by getting their fingers printed for a national database.
A coroner concludes McCann Twitter 'troll' Brenda Leyland killed herself.
A £154m system to process payments to farmers has been forced to resort to paper forms. What went wrong – and is this a digital disaster?
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has digitised patient records as a stage in its modernisation programme