Former NHBC and City University CIO Carl Stokes tells Computing why customer experience should be a priority - and how organisations ought to do it
The keyboard and mouse is already giving way to human-computer interfaces that could once only have been seen in sci-fi films, writes Nic Fearn
The risks of cyber attack are more than doubling every year. So should CIOs and CISOs rethink how they organise IT security, Nic Fearn asks
Global retailer Ted Baker found that its ecommerce platform alone wasn't sufficient to satisfy demanding customers in today's competitive environment
DevOps is designed to bring developers and operations more closely together. Ahead of Cyber Security Live later this month, Nic Fearn asks: Can it also encompass security as well?
Ahead of Cyber Security Live later this month, Nic Fearn asks: With cyber crime rocketing, who in your organisation should have ultimately 'ownership' of IT security?
There's still some time - and a number of challenges to overcome - before quantum computing becomes truly useful, reports Nic Fearn
Nic Feare examines the changes that the Revised Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) will make to banking and business
Cyber security needs specialists who really can 'think different'
As copper and silicon-based CPUs reach their physical limits, what is in the pipeline that will keep compute power growing? Nic Fearn investigates
Researchers at F5 Labs claim that APIs have become an easy target for hackers.
Paige Thompson could face up to five years in prison if found guilty
House of Representatives committee plans to quiz Amazon over AWS security following Capital One data breach
We tried downloading the keyserver-crashing 0x4E2C6E8793298290 but it's still 'too large' to import
New law is intended to crack down on alleged espionage by China against US infrastructure and intellectual property
Cisco has agreed to an $8.6 million settlement over claims it sold vulnerable software to US government agencies
Researchers have described the findings as "significant" and called on banks to improve contactless payment card security
Leeds' Becky Hewitt talks about some of the initiatives the building society has adopted to achieve its target of 33 per cent of women holding senior leadership roles by 2021
Ransomware-as-a-service attacks on UK organisations have tripled over the past year, claims SonicWall
Researchers believe the malware was created by STC, a Russian company accused of interfering in the 2016 US presidential election
Microsoft claims that the changes will allow it to gain better feedback on its releases
Facebook expected to settle with FTC today, paying $5bn over data handling and agreeing to new controls
The FTC is expected to announce the agreement on Wednesday
New Apple iPhones with A14 chip, and improved cameras and displays are expected to be unveiled in September
Cloud - and Office 365 in particular - drove revenues up again, but Xbox hardware sales tanked
Researchers were able to trick a popular AI system into thinking ten of the most dangerous forms of malware were good.
Trump could stop JEDI cloud contract over competition concerns as bidding comes down Microsoft versus Amazon
The majority of the attacks originate from Iran, North Korea and Russia, and took place in the past year
Security flaws identified by Eclypsium have since been mitigated by manufacturers
The hacking group has developed new forms of malware to avoid detection from software programs such as VPNs.
William Yao could face up to ten years in prison if convicted - if he returns from China
Security researchers believe the scale of Magecart compromise is far larger than previously thought
ICS flaws highlighted by Tenable come a decade after the Stuxnet worm targeted an Iranian uranium enrichment plant
'Agent Smith' malware replaces legitimate applications with malicious versions
Yet another trove of unsecured personal data uncovered - this time containing information from data brokers Pipl.com and LexisNexis
MPs slam government's faltering digital strategy
The outage affected Facebook, Ingstagram, WhatsApp and Messenger users globally
Securing Energy Infrastructure Act plan will use low-tech used to improve the US power grid's cyber defences
Launch of G-Cloud 11 comes as over £4bn has been spent on IT procurement by public sector bodies via the service
Excel spreadsheet vulnerability enables cyber criminals to launch attacks on unwitting users
The ICO has given Met officials until September to implement appropriate measures
The rollout will begin next month and provide over 100,000 NHS Wales staff with access to modern workplace tools.
Politicians will explore the true extent of the UK's e-waste problem and how a circular economy can be created for electronic goods.
Sat Nav spoofing is a growing threat to in-car driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles, warns Regulus
The report shines a light on the biggest development trends of 2019
The standard aims to combat attacks launched by infected camera systems
A recent audit has unveiled a series of security errors at NASA
Journalists have been told to protect themselves.
The vulnerabilities relate to the MSS and TCP SACK capabilities