The Labour Party could be fined up to £15 million by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) after one of the contenders in the leadership race was accused of a breach of data protection laws. The...
Testers have to be destroyers, argues Mark Wilson. But too often testers aren't trying too hard to bust the software. Rather, they are trying to show it working
Websites trading in stolen debit and credit cards, as well as personal information, have gone dark following raids last week by the FSB
Season One: Empowering the remote working revolution
Working from home, staying secure: 14 Identity & Access Management tools to deal with the coronavirus fallout
With record numbers working remotely during the COVID-19 crisis, CIOs and CISOs must look at how to maintain identity and access securely across a dispersed network
Hillarys’ Head of ICT Julian Bond talks to Computing about how the UK-based manufacturer responded to the coronavirus crisis – culminating this week in the government-ordered lockdown