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  • Computer Weekly - 7 July 2020: The privacy challenges of easing lockdown

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as pubs in the UK re-open after lockdown, we examine the privacy issues around collecting customer data for contact tracing. We look at how interconnected devices are revolutionising the manufacturing and engineering sectors. And we assess GDPR progress two years after its introduction. Read the issue now.

  • Royal Holloway: Lessons on catastrophe - differences and similarities between cyber and other forms of risk

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Cyber insurance is still in its infancy but has shown significant growth, with evidence for further expansion. However, a lack of past information and some idiosyncrasies make pricing difficult, as well as potentially amplifying risk exposure. This article summarises findings from a practical model that could be used in lieu of actuarial data.

  • Royal Holloway: An enhanced approach for USB security management

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    USB flash drives and other USB-connected data storage devices offer a simple way of making data more portable and more easily transferrable. However, their use presents security risks that must be addressed. Apart from increasing the risk of data theft, they have often been used to transfer malware, sometimes with disastrous results.

  • False cents of security: The price of being compromised

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Trying to guard against everything from frequently phished users to applications with flimsy security, information security professionals are fending off these threats from all angles. Learn more in this infographic about the anatomy of data breach costs and where enterprises are most vulnerable.

  • Computer Weekly – 19 May 2020: Ocado makes the friendly workplace robot a reality

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Ocado is making robot-human collaboration a reality. Unified com-munications has become a must-have lockdown capability – we assess the key technologies. And as contact-tracing apps emerge to help deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, we exam-ine the data privacy challenges. Read the issue now.

  • Shore up your cybersecurity resilience: A guide for ANZ businesses

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, read about the next steps in Australia's cyber security blueprint, the state of data breaches in the county and what the whole region can do to prepare for new forms of cyber threats.

  • CW Europe - March-May 2020: Experts examine Dutch government's IT problems

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Technology experts discuss the challenges and potential solutions to the Netherlands government's IT problems.

  • Data Analytics in Healthcare: Opportunities & Challenges

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, read about the promises of healthcare data analytics, the challenges faced by healthcare providers in digital transformation and what some cloud providers are doing to assuage the security concerns of cloud among healthcare service providers.

  • Top 10 Australian IT stories of 2019

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this review of the top 10 Computer Weekly articles focused on IT in Australia, we look at how the country is harnessing cutting-edge technologies to solve problems, while paving the way for emerging areas such as open banking.

  • Dutch organisations demand more from government

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide read about the findings of an investigation into the IT used by the Dutch government. It doesn't make good reading for the government, but sends a strong message that serious work needs to be done. Also read how a cyber-security organisation is calling Dutch government to push towards the creation of electronic IDs for citizens.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to compliance, risk and governance

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Managing data compliance and security has emerged as an integral business consideration. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the rise of integrated risk management, security risks in the age of digitisation and how to manage an integrated approach

  • State of GDPR in mainland Europe

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    The General Data Protection Regulation has been in place for over 18 months now, but its implementation is only really just becoming clearer as regulators begin to fine organisations that fail to meet the rules. That is because different countries are implementing it differently. This e-guide gives a snapshot of the current state of GDPR in Europe.

  • Government insists 'nothing sinister' about web user data gathering

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Privacy and data protection have never been more important. Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, we can count the recent scandals on two hands. But lately, government officials have insisted there is "nothing sinister" in plans to gather user information through the Gov.uk website to help deliver more personalised digital services to citizens.

  • Computer Weekly – 15 October 2019: Securing the internet of things

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as security concerns prevent many organisations from adopting the internet of things, we examine mitigation strategies. Many firms are still struggling with GDPR policies – we assess if full compliance is ever possible. And we look at the technologies for delivering on-premise object storage. Read the issue now.

  • MicroScope – October 2019: What's next for the channel?

    Sponsored by: MicroScope

    The fourth quarter is the busiest in the channel, and we get an idea of which technologies should be selling strongly

  • Computer Weekly – 24 September 2019: Climate change – the challenge for datacentres

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the impact of climate change on datacentres as potential victims and contributors to the problem. We look at the rise of voice channels and how IT leaders can use the technology for better customer experience. And we ask what lessons must be learned from Ecuador's citizens' data breach. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to data protection

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Data protection is now an unavoidable consideration in business, and the costs of not getting it right are higher than ever. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the larger fines coming out of the EU's GDPR, the importance of focusing on business value and the advantages of building compliance into your company's culture.

  • Computer Weekly – 13 August 2019: How tech experts could earn millions as whistleblowers

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a tech expert is set to earn millions after successfully blowing the whistle on vulnerabilities in Cisco's video surveillance software. Our latest buyer's guide examines the issues around big data architecture. And we look at how the end of Windows 7 could spark a new era for desktop productivity. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 August 2019: Using tech to boost staff morale

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the emerging technologies being used to improve employee experience and raise staff loyalty and motivation. The CIO of the Football Association explains how IT is changing the way the national game is administered. And we examine the growing role of AI in preventing cyber attacks. Read the issue now.

  • CW Benelux August 2019: Dutch academic seeks the personality behind the cyber criminal

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    There is at least one person behind every cyber attack, but beyond that insight, very little known is about them. Rutger Leukfeldt, senior researcher on cyber crime at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, has been trying to get inside the minds of hackers.

  • Computer Weekly – 23 July 2019: How Apollo 11 influenced modern computing

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, on the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings we look at the influence Apollo 11 had on modern hardware and software. Our latest buyer's guide examines data protection. And we find out how retailers with physical stores are using technology to respond to the rise of online shopping. Read the issue now.

  • CW ANZ: Trend Watch – Security

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    With regulations pushing data protection up the business agenda, we look at how Australia's Notifiable Data Breaches scheme has been received and consider why a survey that found Australian firms are experiencing fewer cyber breach incidents appears to conflict with anecdotal evidence that suggests the opposite.

  • The UK manufacturing sector needs a digital upgrade

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK manufacturing sector is lagging behind on digital technology – we examine the challenges for the industry in becoming a global leader. Our buyer's guide looks at enterprise social media and collaboration tools. And we find out how data science is helping to boost cyber security strategies. Read the issue now.

  • Data governance more important now than ever

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    As organisations generate and store ever-increasing volumes of data, governance of that data has never been more important. In this e-guide, we discuss why good data governance is good business, why it's essential to data security and examine the state of GDPR after its first year being in effect.

  • Computer Weekly – 4 June 2019: GDPR one year on – is it working?

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a year after the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, we assess its progress. Fears of technology are holding back digital healthcare – we look at the tech that's bringing back a human touch. And we examine Microsoft's desktop management tools for Windows 10. Read the issue now.

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