A CIO roundtable states that the EU's General Data Protection Regulation has helped focus board minds on security
Eurostar claims that no payment details have been compromised
Iranian criminals tried to phish 18 universities, half of them offering NCSC-approved cybersecurity courses
Credit card details of a further 185,000 customers almost certainly compromised in BA payments hack in August
Passport numbers and identity card details also compromised in the March 2018 airline hack
Show boards the headlines when other organisations get hacked, and if all else fails, get hacked yourself
Computing speaks to a host of the UK's top CIOs to find out what makes them get out of bed in the morning
The UK's most distinguished IT event returns for its 36th edition - did you make the list?
Interview: Gillian Docherty of The Data Lab: Scotland can rival Silicon Valley as a destination for data science
Scotland has a number of inbuilt advantages, but skills remain an issue
With Facebook fined a paltry pre-GDPR sum, and the ICO traditionally reluctant to use its powers to the full, is there a danger that organisations will take data security less seriously?
Computing's new event will feature a host of top CIOs discussing their approach to AI and ML, and reveal how they're turning the trend to their advantage
Corcoran discusses brain scanners, drones, networks refreshes, and using data to sell more whisky
Technical director for operations on the challenges and rewards of innovation
Hiscox insurance CIO discusses skills, automation and DevOps at his organisation
Kubernetes is now the de facto standard for deploying cloud applications