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
- Tracking software protects Yell from harvesting attacks
- E-crime is costing UK business £2.4bn a year, says police report
- Online bookie uses IT to foil gangs
- Crime gangs unite to launch online attacks
- Over-50s to get free training in IT
- New Warps to provide security early warning
- Bosses split over productivity of teleworkers
- Parties urged to set out IT manifestos
- City firms plan disaster simulation
- Problems with biometric IT could double ID card costs, warns study
- Online database is bad idea, says LSE
- Government backs plan to ensure UK has IT skills for next 10 years
- Firms warned to verify source code when using escrow as compliance drives uptake
- IT departments invited to try for skills awards
- Pay pendulum swings employees' way as firms get anxious about losing skilled staff
- Schneier: 'Two-factor security is not our saviour'
- New wave of Trojan attacks could force banks to adopt two-factor authentication
- Banks on high security alert against key loggers
- Businesses warned of e-terror threat
- Don’t overlook mundane dangers, users told