"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all things data storage.
This week we saw the arrival of a new version of CryptoWall ransomware, CenturyLink is looking to make a big change in their colocation business, and we may soon see a change in the retention laws around the browsing history of British citizens.
Check out the headlines in this week's infographic and scroll down to the links below if you want more details any of our top stories from this week.
- CryptoWall 4.0 Released with New Features Such as Encrpyted File Names
- CryptoWall 4.0 Release with a New Look and Several New Features
- MongoDB 3.2 Entices Enterprises with Encryption and Analytics
- New MongoDB Version Introduces Broader Encryption, Analytics Capabilities
CenturyLink Data Centers
UK Data Retention
- Details of UK Website Visits ‘to be Stored for Year’
- In the UK, Web Browsing History Must Now be Stored for a Year
Microsoft Dropping SHA-1