Global ransomware attack is a security wake-up call

Computer Weekly:Global Ransomware Attack Could Be a Security Wake-Up Call


In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at the global WannaCry ransomware attack that struck the NHS and spread over 150 countries – will it be the wake-up call that finally makes organisations take cyber security seriously?

We also find out how Moscow is leading the way in smart city digitisation. And our latest buyer’s guide examines customer experience management.

Also in this issue:

  • Nominet, the registry for more than 10 million of the UK’s internet domains, is expanding into the internet of things and internet security services. CTO Simon McCalla talks about the challenges of a connected world.
  • Europe-wide research finds that government departments are deeply dependent on Microsoft software and services, while attempts to migrate to open source are difficult, temporary and sometimes under the radar.
  • Oil giant BP explains why IT apprentices are central to the success of its agile and DevOps ambitions, and its wider digital transformation.
22 May 2017
23 May 2017
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