Chef encourages IT leaders to automate GDPR automation, and break the cycle of ensuring compliance at the time of every audit, and forgetting about it the rest of the time
While the finer points of the new legislation are still being hammered out, the direction of travel is clear
By sticking rigidly to 1970s definitions of 'processors' and 'controllers', GDPR may hinder the growth of decentralised peer-to-peer alternatives
Silicon Valley employees and Chinese citizens are among contributors to the serverless internet alternative
As we wait for the holy grail of homomorphic encryption, Computing finds out what researchers are doing to fill the gap
'Companies claim they have world-class security and therefore privacy, but you can have world-class security and have no privacy whatsoever'