Computer Weekly – 19 April 2016: The hunters who prey on cyber criminals

Computer Weekly – 19 April 2016: The hunters who prey on cyber criminals


In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the hunters – a new breed of security expert that proactively hunts down cyber attackers before they can strike. We visit Silicon Valley to meet some of the up-and-coming startups in data analytics and business intelligence. And we hear from IT leaders about the people, process and cultural aspects of managing digital transformation. Read the issue now.

Hunters: A rare but vital breed of cyber defender
They wait, they watch, they search the outer reaches of networks and all corners of the web, setting traps, crafting tools, collecting evidence and going in pursuit – they are the hunters.
San Francisco data analytics startups point to third-wave business intelligence
Data analytics technologies in California extend beyond second-generation BI such as Tableau.
How to make a success of digital transformation
Digital transformation is not easy and – besides technology – needs the right investment, people and engagement.
GE lures in allies to establish Predix industrial internet analytics dominance
The global manufacturer has set up a partner programme for its answer to the internet of things.
Interview: How Devon NHS CIO channels IT into extending healthcare expertise
Every penny of technology spend must increase the quality of care for patients, says Nick Hopkinson, CIO at Devon Partnership NHS Trust.
Buyer’s guide to converged infrastructure - part 2 of 3: What datacentre experts must do to stay relevant
As datacentre operators focus on converged infrastructure to cut costs, IT professionals should keep their CVs aligned to the workplace – and that extends beyond the technical stuff.

18 Apr 2016
19 Apr 2016
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