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  • Royal Holloway: Rowhammer – From DRAM faults to escalating privileges

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Discover how Rowhammer attacks, created from a side effect in dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) that occurs due to increased density, can affect your company's cyber security and how best to protect against them

  • Royal Holloway: Man proposes, fraud disposes

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In May 2017, a strain of ransomware called WannaCry infected 32 NHS trusts in England. The NHS's report on the incident noted that all English local authorities reported being unaffected, despite also being connected to the NHS's own national network.

  • Royal Holloway: A novel approach to clustering malware behaviour to improve malware detection

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Clustering malware behaviour can be very useful, but it is unknown how accurate clustering algorithms are when dealing with malware

  • Making the case for cloud-based security

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Cloud-based security tools can hasten threat detection and response, but adoption will depend on where an enterprise is on the cloud readiness scale. Read more in this guide.

  • CIO Trends #11: Benelux

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    The Netherlands is a nation leading the world in terms of digital, so it is to be expected that bit also leads the works in securing digital assets. In this e-guide read about a report that has damning conclusions on the IT security of some of the airport's core systems.

  • CW Europe - June-August 2020: 5G rush in Russia

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Russian mobile operators are pooling their resources to help them overcome the technical challenges of creating 5G networks. Also read how Swedbank is rebuilding its anti-money laundering systems after a damning report, and how a public-private partnership in the Netherlands is helping to combat cyber fraudsters.

  • Can Lady Gaga and Madonna get people to take security seriously

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    What does it take to get people to pay attention to cyber security? A celebrity law firm hack may hold some answers. Read more in this PDF.

  • Getting Cloud Security Right

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, we will consider how to do cloud security right. Regular Computer Weekly contributor Peter Ray Allison explores this issue, weighing up the questions organisations should be asking of their cloud service providers, and whose responsibility cloud security should be.

  • CW Nordics May-July 2020: Startups face tough decisions as coronavirus fallout hits

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Tech startups based in the Nordic region face difficult decisions as the Covid-19 pandemic leads to falling sales and investment.

  • RSA Conference 2020 guide: Highlighting security's human element

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    The theme of the 2020 RSA Conference was the human element, and the event promised once more to live up to its reputation as the place "where the world talks security. This RSA Conference 2020 guide is your single stop to find all the latest breaking news and expert insights from one of the cybersecurity world's biggest annual gatherings.

  • PERIMETER SECURITY NOISE LEAVES APPLICATIONS VULNERABLE TO ATTACKS

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    Learn how you can get AppSec protection that can compensate with the necessary visibility, accuracy, scalability, and ease of deployment to keep pace with modern application vulnerabilities without generating false positives and false negatives.

  • Computer Weekly - 7 April 2020: Adapting IT to the new normal

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to four top IT leaders to find out how they are supporting their organisations through the coronavirus crisis. We look at the security best practices recommended by experts to ensure safe remote working for staff. And the CISO of Equifax explains why the firm is moving to public cloud. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East April-June 2020: Quarter of Middle East businesses have no women in IT

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    The Middle East faces fierce competition for IT professionals with the right skills, so it is so worrying that the region's women are so underrepresented in the IT community. In fact over quarter of businesses in the Middle East have no women in their IT departments, according to Computer Weekly's Salary Survey.

  • Computer Weekly - 24 March 2020: Making home working work - a guide for IT leaders

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with staff working from home during the coronavirus crisis, we look at three key technology areas to consider. We find out about a novel approach to teaching security awareness to users. And we examine the role of IT in corporate environmental, social and governance programmes. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 17 March 2020: How NHS Digital is helping support the coronavirus crisis

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to NHS Digital about how technology is supporting the health service's response to the coronavirus crisis. We examine the challenges of running a successful security operations centre. And we look at the emerging datacentre architecture based on composable infrastructure. Read the issue now.

  • CW APAC - March 2020: Expert Advice: Security Operations Centre

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this handbook, focused on the security operations centre in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at these challenges, runs through the variety of SOCaaS options available and offers steps to create an effective team.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to zero-trust security

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Zero trust is a conceptual architectural model that uses microperimeters and microsegmentation to secure corporate networks. In this 12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why trust should be considered a security risk and the need for additional authentication strategies to have an appropriate level of security.

  • MicroScope – March 2020: Making life simpler for the channel

    Sponsored by: MicroScope

    In this issue, read about how Dell is continuing on its mission to make life easier for partners by introducing improved tools, and we take a closer look at how cloud, cyber security and 5G are set to dominate over the course of 2020

  • Computer Weekly – 25 February 2020: Using meteorological data to prepare for the worst

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after the storms that swept across the UK, we look at the technology behind Weather Source's meteorological data service. Oracle and SAP are battling over customers to upgrade their ERP systems to the cloud. And we report from the world's biggest retail tech show.

  • Gartner: Top 10 strategic technology trends in 2020

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Two decades ago, at the start of the millennium, IT was deeply concerned about Y2K – and the iPhone, Twitter and Facebook didn't exist. So what's in store as a new decade begins?

  • Why zero trust is IT security's best hope

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    This guide provides both overarching advice and specific guidance on how to deal with particular issues, including cloud and legacy tools, app development and more. Learn the ideas and approaches that underpin zero trust, and also get solid ideas on where to begin to make it a reality.

  • CW Nordics February-April 2020: Swedes lose faith in social media as data security fears increase

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Swedish citizens are becoming more concerned about the activities of social media companies and are reducing their online interaction with them as a result.

  • Computer Weekly – 28 January 2020: IT must play its part in tackling the climate crisis

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at this year's World Economic Forum and find out how the IT sector is aiming to help tackle climate change. Our buyer's guide assesses onsite, offsite and cloud-based disaster recovery. And IT contractors are up in arms about the government's loan charge policy – we examine the issues. Read the issue now.

  • CW Benelux February-April 2020: Ericsson helps driverless buses hit European streets

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Ericsson reveals its plans for new technologies including 5G, the internet of things and automation, including driverless buses.

  • CIO Trends #10: Middle East

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    If CIOs ever needed a reminder of the predatory cyber criminals that circle their organisations, Travelex's woes are a big one. Also find out how Saudi Arabia could become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East. Read more about it in this issue of our CIO Trends Middle East series.

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