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October 23, 2015

This week’s top lists on cyber security, Dell and Teradata

List: The security events you want to know about. What happened at Dell World in Austin, Texas, what happened at Teradata in LA?

By CBR Staff Writer

1. Teradata 2015 Partners: 10 things to watch out for by industry

‘Breaking Big’ with digital transformation and disruption are the key aspects of this year’s conference.

2. 5 talking points set to dominate Dell World 2015

EMC acquisition will be the main topic of conversation.

3. Hacking horror stories: 10 frightening figures to haunt you this Halloween

Phantom data, spooky spam, disturbing DDoS and sinister spooks.

4. Dell World product avalanche: 5 sectors Dell is targeting

New products focus on data centres, big data, the IoT, security and Dell’s core market of PCs.

5. 5 essential cyber security events for your diary

Public policy makers and law enforcement come together at a variety of events to discuss key issues in cyber security. Here are some events not to miss.

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