Bill Goodwin is Computer Weekly's management editor.
He is an award winning journalist, who has written for national newspapers, magazines and has worked as a researcher on investigative television documentaries. He developed and taught an investigative journalism course at the University of Westminster, where he is currently an external examiner. His awards include a Freedom of Information Award, and the British Editors Freedom of the Media Award. Most recently he won three awards in the BT Security Journalism Awards 2007, including the BT ‘Enigma Award’ in recognition of his outstanding and consistent contribution to IT security journalism.
Contributions from Bill Goodwin
- UK “poised for e-government take off”
- BT ups revenue as billing switch is completed early
- New viruses to take root, users warned
- Suppliers urged to ease security use
- Deperimeterised approach to security is not suitable for everyone, warn analysts
- Government buys in to deperimeterised security
- Small firms bear brunt as cost of cybercrime soars
- European IT suppliers plan to hire more staff
- IT professionals are 'more miserable than accountants'
- Businesses hang back on data encryption
- Prove your identity, banks advised
- McAfee anti-virus glitch leaves firms struggling to restore systems
- Failure to secure remote access leaves firms at risk
- Growth in IT spending falls as larger firms tighten their belts
- Computer Misuse Act amendment could criminalise tools used by IT professionals
- Gartner cautious on promise of better security
- Businesses ignore security fears in pursuit of e-commerce benefits
- Better networking keeps men in the top IT jobs, research suggests
- Work with customers to improve security, FSA tells online banks
- Government departments stalling on ID cards