Here’s your Risk Digest for the Week Ending 26th May 2017
The US Department of Homeland Security announced the issue and warned system controllers to immediately apply a patch.
The Samsung S8’s iris recognition security feature has been shown to be easily bypassed with “basic tools” by German hackers.
Health & Safety
Three company directors have been sent to jail following the death of a man who fell while working at a warehouse in Essex.
A Cardiff based steel manufacturer has been fined £200,000 after a worker’s hand was crushed by a piece of machinery.
Following media reports, we want to remind consumers of our advice about cooking pork thoroughly.
Aldi is recalling its Brasserie Gluten Free Organic Pale Ale because it contains barley which is not mentioned on the label.
Select Tesco stores will sell only reusable bags in a 10-week trial that could lead to the single-use bags being phased out in all of its stores
Future conditions not only stress marine creatures but also may throw off ocean carbon balance
Anglo-Swiss chemicals firm hails acquisition as ‘very logical’ as Danish firm makes progress in switch to renewables.
The price of oil fell by nearly 5% after OPEC nations agreed to extend their current deal yesterday to limit production by nine months.
Living in London is brilliant but in summer even the most hardened city-dweller longs to feel the sand between their toes and the sea breeze on their face.
An expert guide to the top luxury hotels in the Lake District, from Michelin-starred restaurants with rooms to country house hotels, including the best for sumptuous spas, historic interiors, great views and walking access, in locations including lake Windermere, Grasmere and Great Langdale.
Google’s DeepMind AlphaGo artificial intelligence has defeated the world’s number one Go player Ke Jie.
If brought back to Earth it would collapse the world economy.
How has the economy reacted to the vote to leave the EU on 23 June? Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has on growth, prosperity and trade in the UK
DEBIT cards are set to overtake cash to be the UK’s most frequently used payment method by 2018 – three years earlier than previously expected – according to a payments industry trade association.
While still riding high in the general election polls, Theresa May’s Conservative Party is seeing its lead narrow with less than three weeks to go before the general election on June 8.
As Sky data shows younger voters are concerned about Brexit and jobs, will they succeed where a generation of others have failed?
The Lighter Side
The search is on to find the world’s funniest pet – from a nose-diving sausage dog to a pony trying its best blue steel.
Scientists are challenging the idea that the goats are a menace to the trees because they like climbing them and eating the fruit.
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