More than one million websites were infected by malicious advertisements, also known as malvertisements, in the last quarter of 2010. This expert guide explains why and how this form of attack is quickly spreading and offers technical advice on how to avoid infection.
Whether you're an IT professional, use a computer at work, or just browse the internet, this book is for you. We tell you the facts about the threats to your computers and to your data in simple, easy-to-understand language.
Use this tool to scan up to 200 computers on your network to discover threats that your existing security software might have missed. Scan for viruses, spyware, adware, rootkits, unwanted devices and applications, and suspicious files. You'll receive a comprehensive report of the results and recommendations for guarding against the threats found.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal inquiry continues to reveal shocking details – we review the latest evidence. We examine progress of the roll-out of fast broadband across the UK. And as the Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament, we look at the arguments about how to keep the internet safe. Read the issue now.
In this handbook, focused on enterprise resource planning in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at what's behind this renewed priority and why firms want cheaper software maintenance and the benefits of best-of-breed cloud apps.
Another unfortunate consequence of 2020 was the apparent rise of ransomware threats, especially those targeting remote workers. This webinar provides a look back at the top ransomware trends of 2020, highlighting key tactics, common vulnerabilities and more – watch now to get started.
In this week's Computer Weekly, a tech expert is set to earn millions after successfully blowing the whistle on vulnerabilities in Cisco's video surveillance software. Our latest buyer's guide examines the issues around big data architecture. And we look at how the end of Windows 7 could spark a new era for desktop productivity. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit a Tokyo project where artificial intelligence is helping to improve road safety by detecting potential subsidence. As bug bounty programmes become popular, we look at what's involved and the pitfalls to beware. And we discuss digital development in healthcare with NHS England. Read the issue now.
Before implementing ECM, it's important for organizations to develop an ECM roadmap or strategy to identify the priorities of the ECM implementation and get clarity on the necessary procedures and technologies it entails. This infographic outlines the steps to successfully implement an ECM system.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are moving beyond the domain of software development. They offer a way for organisations to work closely with an extended ecosystem of business partners, who are able to build value-added software-powered products and services.