DataArt in the News

The Urge of the New: Fighting off Tech Hype in a Corporate Environment - a Civilian’s Guide

17 November 2016 | UK | Other Industries

Alexei Miller, Managing Director at DataArt, shares his advice on making corporate technology choices with readers of AMBA (The Association of MBAs), which includes examining the company's eco-system, letting others test the tech first, and not falling for hackneyed concepts.

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Recruiter Page Falls Victim to Huge Cyber Attack

11 November 2016 | Finance

Evening Standard features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, as he comments on one of the biggest security breaches to hit a British firm, at a recruitment giant Michael Page, where more than 700,000 job-seekers on the books had their details hacked.

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Why couldn't tech predict the US election results?

11 November 2016 | UK | Other Industries

Tech Radar explains how opinion polls work and discusses with industry leaders the reasons technology can’t quite predict the outcome of elections. Dmitry Bagrov, head of DataArt UK, shares his thoughts on AI.

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Tesco Bank hack: why you're more at risk of being targeted at the weekend​

7 November 2016 | UK | Finance

The Telegraph reports on the what's believed to be the biggest cyber attack on a British bank to date, offering commentary from Cliff Moyce, global head of the Finance Practice at DataArt.

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Tesco Bank fraud: key questions answered

7 November 2016 | UK | Finance

The Guardian takes a closer look at the Tesco Bank fraud in the UK, offering commentary on the issues of security from Cliff Moyce, global head of DataArt's Finance Practice.

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"The Money Has Vanished": Tesco Bank Halts Online Payments After Cash Taken Out Of 20,000 Accounts.

7 November 2016 | UK | Finance

Zero Hedge reports on the major online criminal activity at the Tesco Bank, quoting Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Finance Practice at DataArt, on the issues of security and timing.

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Tesco Bank Halts Online Trades as Money Taken From Accounts

7 November 2016 | USA | Finance

The Washington Post follows the story of Tesco Bank fraud, offering commentary from Cliff Moyce of DataArt.

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Tesco Bank Halts Web Trades as Money Taken From 20,000 Accounts

7 November 2016 | USA | Finance

MSN Money picks up the news from England, where Tesco Bank, the lending arm of the U.K.’s biggest grocer, suspended online transactions after about 20,000 customers had money fraudulently taken from their accounts.

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​Cyber fraudsters take money out of 20,000 Tesco Bank accounts

7 November 2016 | USA | Finance

CNBC reports on a major banking fraud in Europe, offering commentary from one of DataArt's top executives.

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Cyber Security & the Business Case for Cloud: Cliff Moyce, DataArt

7 November 2016 | UK | Finance

The business case for moving legacy IT into the cloud is overwhelming, insists Cliff Moyce, global head, finance practice, DataArt, who says cloud allows firms to solve many of the challenges presented by legacy IT architectures. Speaking with Dayle Scher, senior analyst in TABB Group’s fintech practice, at TabbFORUM’s recent MarketTech 2016 conference, “A Time to Choose – Cloud, Blockchain, Utilities & Beyond,” Moyce outlines some of the issues created by outdated, disparate legacy IT systems, such as vulnerability to cyber attack; explains the benefits of cloud driving the business case for modernization, including cost efficiencies and faster time to market; and offers tips for were firms can get started.

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