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Health Secretary Andrew Lansley discusses the 'information revolution'
Spam is down but phishing is up, and it's more clever than you might think
Computing attends the Gartner summit, to bring you the latest news and trends for the global leaders of BI
Computing's security expert's weekly blog
It feels as though I've woken up at the other end of a time portal and landed in the 1950s
Should we hack the hackers?
Cyber security is high on the agenda, but does the government really have a clue how to respond?
The biggest mass SQL injection attack ever has just happened. Worryingly, most security companies have missed it...
Cyber criminals operate enviable business models. Should we be seeking to emulate them?
Sony has failed in a variety of interesting ways since it was hacked. But does it actually matter?
Sometimes you have to wonder, is it even worth trying to beat something that can't be beaten?
Cutting edge technologies on show at BETT
4G jam tomorrow? Nope, it'll be 2013 according to Ofcom
Have hackers already won the cyber war?
Or we might end up lagging behind our competitor countries, again
How scared of cyber crime should we be?
Can Juniper Networks beat Cisco with Project Stratus?
Corporate giant seeks security professional. GSOH essential. Relationship may be extremely short-term...
Facebook attempts to become more secure. All very admirable, but does it succeed?
AT&T's research labs and Global Network Operating Centre provide an insight into what the future of UK tech could be like
Got internet access and loose morals? A career in cyber crime awaits!
So the iOS isn't completely immune from hackers? Who knew...
Computer Aid fundraiser sees charity, journalists and public relations firms battle it out on the football pitch
Paying for a tablet PC and a smartphone seems like technology overkill
So what does £40m buy you these days exactly, besides reparations for a major security breach?