In this week's Computer Weekly, Russian hackers leaked emails and documents from British government, military, and intelligence officials – we examine the implications. New EU laws will govern online safety and the use of AI, but what do they mean for organisations? And we look at the growth in checkout-free shopping. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, after a ransomware attack shut a major US oil pipeline, we examine the real-life consequences for organisations facing similar threats. We ask the experts for their top tips in reducing datacentre running costs. And we hear how data science skills are helping government make better decisions. Read the issue now.
For both technical and non-technical users, the presence of "HTTPS" in a website URL will provide confidence to consider entering sensitive information such as bank or credit card details. However, even websites owned by the most reputable organisations may be exposed to attack if HTTPS is not properly implemented.
In this week's Computer Weekly, security researchers say that people left unemployed by the pandemic are turning to cyber crime – we find out why. We examine the confluence of distributed cloud and edge computing technologies. And controversial uses of facial recognition technology come under further scrutiny. Read the issue now.
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Despite widespread awareness of the impact of cybercrime, cyber attacks continue to occur frequently and result in serious financial consequences for businesses and government institutions.
An overwhelming amount of new malware is created everyday and it puts your sensitive data at risk. View this informative webcast to learn more about the implications of stealth crimeware and the possible repercussions they could have on your business.
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During the course of three days in late 2009, cybercriminals acquired the banking credentials,username and password, for Hillary Machinery, Inc., located in Plano, Texas, and conducted more than 45 separate transactions to over 40 different payees. The result was a loss of $801,495.