Find out how flexible authentication schemes, context-based access and behavioral analysis can help ensure that only authorized mobile users can access your valuable resources—on-site, in the cloud and beyond.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the implications of the controversial acquisition of UK chip leader Arm by US rival Nvidia. Black Lives Matter has raised awareness of social inequalities, but is the tech sector becoming more diverse? And we ask if business software can learn from the addictive nature of social apps. Read the issue now.
Download this case study to learn how IT Director Tony Whelton was ultimately able to provide the Wellington College’s students and staff with more flexible, secure notebook protection without straining IT budget or resources.
The WAN is the backbone of the business. It ties together your remote locations, headquarters and data centers into an integrated network. Yet, the role of the WAN has evolved in recent years. In this white paper, learn about the connectivity, optimization and security options that are needed when building a network for the digital business.
Information security governance is a system that helps organize and direct dedicated security resources. It influences how goals are set and achieved, how cyber-risks are monitored and assessed, and how security performance is evaluated. Security governance also encompasses the history, structure, internal politics and culture of an organization.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the proliferation of ethical frameworks has done little to change how artificial intelligence is developed – we look at the challenges. We examine the future of the UK semiconductor sector as the government launches a review. And we hear how NatWest has put data at the heart of customer strategy. Read the issue now.
Access this expert e-guide to learn how the top of the line email encryption software measures up to one another. Find out what to look for when it comes to strength of cryptography, file security, mobile device support, and more.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked an increase in malware attacks. To make matters worse, many people now find themselves working from home without any special IT awareness training to help them identify cyberattacks. In this e-guide, learn more about how to gain control of your cybersecurity during these times of uncertainty.