Computer Weekly – 9 June 2020: How retailers are staying connected during their coronavirus shutdown
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at how the hard-hit retail sector has turned to technology to stay connected with staff during the coronavirus lockdown. Our latest buyer’s guide examines best practice in data quality and how to avoid “garbage in garbage out” syndrome. And we look at how remote working affects software development teams.
Nation-state APT groups prefer older, unpatched vulnerabilities, say agencies: The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the FBI have published details of the most commonly exploited vulnerabilities of recent years – and there are some ‘classics’ on the list.
Digital transformation brings premium benefit for Pension Protection Fund: Experience of delivering digital change in the private sector means the PPF’s IT chief, Simon Liste, is well positioned to lead transformation in a critical public sector organisation.
Fixing security complacency with a carrot and stick: With a majority of IT decision-makers believing their employers are complacent when it comes to data protection, We ask what needs to be fixed, and how to fix it.