Author Archives: Thomas Brewster

Thomas Brewster
Author: Thomas Brewster
Security Correspondent, TechWeekEurope
Tom Brewster is TechWeek Europe's Security Correspondent. He has also been named BT Information Security Journalist of the Year in 2012 and 2013.

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Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain says we are cloud drunk now and the hangover is coming

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Brie Rogers Lowery
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Change.org tells TechWeek about its plans to change the world, following a handy £9.9 million investment boost

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On-line Piracy Key © bloomua - Fotolia
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Data exclusively handed to TechWeek shows a significant rise in DDoS power in Europe, an area that hadn't traditionally seen massive attacks

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Motorola Mobility Darpa director Regina Dugan
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Regina Dugan, head of research at Motorola, puts forward some radical solutions to the world's password problems,

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China © Stephen Finn, Shutterstock 2012
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China is home to some wonderful tech companies, but it has a darker side. See how much you know about the superpower in this week's quiz!

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Dotcom gets another boost in his fight against extradition to the US

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Online surveillance © - Fotolia.com
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Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo all complain about threats posed by the Communications Data Bill

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Web money dollars - Shutterstock - © rook76
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On the Internet's dark markets, Perfect Money appears to be the best alternative to the recently-shut down Liberty Reserve, sources tell TechWeek

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Facebook IPO © lev radin, Shutterstock 2012
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Nasdaq slapped with SEC charge twice what was expected a matter of months ago

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Participating organisations will be able to help stop botnets causing carnage, Microsoft says

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