Computing's annual event for CIOs and equivalents will be held on 31st January in central London
Entrepreneurs Daniel Martinho-Corbishley and Jaime Lomeli are demonstrating their Aura Vision Labs startup in Las Vegas, previewing a new technology that extracts valuable data from video footage by using computer vision and biometric identification techniques...
Thierry Bedos, CTO of hotels.com, describes his priorities for the year ahead
High-end retailers have warned that they are losing significant revenue to fraud, with card companies, payment acquirers and the government all seemingly unwilling to help
Computing runs down the best gadgets you can buy - or request from - your loved ones this Christmas
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham confirms that she has formally demanded information from the political party, and that it has appealed the notice to the Information Rights Tribunal
Paul Clarke explains his priorities at Ocado Technology
Coby discusses his priorities, including investing in core systems, and improving customer-facing front ends
The supermarket has been found culpable for the actions of a rogue employee, in a new landmark ruling
Experts from Balfour Beatty, IBM, ACCA and Age UK share their strategies and warn of the pitfalls in preparing for GDPR compliance
Tom Meade, CIO at Registers of Scotland talks of his delight at winning the top gong at the recent UK IT Industry Awards
An expert panel at a recent Computing event discuss whether telemarketing will still be possible once the GDPR comes into force
Erik Vynckier, board member of Firesters Friendly Society and Paul Edmunds, head of technology at the National Crime Agency explains how they're preparing for the upcoming GDPR
Showing the world who your management team are, what they look like and what their contact details are helps hackers with social engineering attacks
Better data quality enables faster time to respond, and therefore a higher likelihood of a positive outcome
Over 57 million clients and staff affected by concealed hack
Computing speaks to Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society about how his role is broadening out, and examines other CIOs who are adding new domains to their scope
Under GDPR you'll be able to ask organisations to hand over all the data they hold on you. But what happens when a cyber criminal is able to pass himself off as you, and force firms to tell him everything?
The UK IT Industry Awards were a barnstorming success. But don't take out word for it, see for yourself...
The UK IT Industry Awards went off with a bang, and here are all the individuals and organisations who won big on the night
Fieldfisher GDPR expert Kuan Hon explains the possibilities, with potential fines for large firms set to run into billions when the new law comes into force next year
A panel of experts discuss the roles and functions needed to provide governance and security over enterprise cloud use
Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society, explains how DevOps is taking hold at his organisation, and the benefits he sees
Tom Clark, CIO of Leeds Building Society, says that some systems must stay on-premise because cloud is simply more expensive