Computer Weekly's CW500 Club heard from IT leaders who have introduced collaboration technology to support an increasingly mobile workforce. This presentation came from Laura Bennett, head of digital collaboration at the Parliamentary Digital Service.
Elections are very heavily targeted by threat actors. Troublemakers as they are, these actors will go to great lengths to breach voter privacy, even by accessing user information to impersonate voters. One state recognized this and wanted to ensure the security of their voter registration apps. See this case study to learn how they did it.
Around the globe, we’ve witnessed how cybercriminals can create chaos during election cycles by disqualifying legitimate voters, corrupting voter data and launching denial-of-service attacks. In recent years, U.S. elections have come under continuous assault. See this white paper to learn about the security challenges this causes for the country.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how AI and data science are supporting the global push to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. We reveal, and talk to, the man behind the world's first computer virus pandemic, the Love Bug. And we examine how the IT services market will change as a result of the current crisis. Read the issue now.
FedRAMP establishes cybersecurity requirements for CSPs that deliver solutions to the federal market and utilizes independent experts to advise organizations and assess their compliance. In this report, assess the market and industry dynamics that affect both FedRAMP and cloud adoption in the federal government.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the threats to the global IT services sector caused by the political turmoil in the US and UK. Home Office IT chief Sarah Wilkinson discusses digital transformation in a large government department. And we find out how business leaders need to improve their digital skills. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Royal Opera House about how using public cloud boosted ticket sales and improved performance of its IT infrastructure. We examine why agile development failed in the government's flagship Universal Credit welfare programme. And we analyse the real risks of sweating your IT assets. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide looks at open data and how it can improve public services – and even help prevent a repeat of the recent floods. We report from Cloud Expo on the reasons why public cloud is yet to be embraced by enterprise IT. And we look at the key issues for buying HR software in 2014. Read the issue now.