Almost one-fifth of Irish businesses would pay a ransom of up to €50,000 to cyber criminals, a survey has found. The survey by IT firm DataSolutions found almost a third of senior IT professionals didn’t think their companies were equipped to deal with emerging cybersecurity threats.
Tue, 08 Aug, 2017
The head of a leading German think tank has attacked the purchase by the ECB which got under way yesterday of corporate bonds, saying the quantitative easing measures designed to boost the eurozone economy and which involve buying debt directly from big companies was “dangerous”.
Thu, 09 Jun, 2016
In the days before announcing his departure as chairman and chief executive of Telefonica, César Alierta boarded a private plane for Rome to confer with the Pope about his plan, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Fri, 01 Apr, 2016
Telefonica, Spain’s biggest telecommunications operator, agreed to pay €2.4bn for rights to Spanish soccer and Champions League matches, a move that gives the company’s pay-TV service sports telecasts its competitors already have.
Thu, 14 Jan, 2016
The latest on the Graham Dwyer trial, Zyan Malik leaves One Direction, the lady who is about to become Ireland’s oldest ever person and Celine Dion discussing her husband’s cancer battle are all part of our evening briefing on the latest and most read content on irishexaminer.com today.
Wed, 25 Mar, 2015
Britain’s BT Group is in early stage talks with Spain’s Telefonica on a deal to buy UK mobile operator O2, with two sources saying it has also begun negotiations with EE as it seeks a return to the British consumer mobile market.
Tue, 25 Nov, 2014