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
- Number of women in IT industry falls by almost half in four years
- SMEs to be offered IT security guidelines
- Home Office trains 15,000 staff in XP to support upgrade
- Female IT bosses' prospects better than ever
- Colleges offer supplier courses for a fraction of training firms' prices
- Co-op and Fujitsu settle dispute
- HSBC executive urges regulators to get real
- Users forced to wait until 2008 for full PC security under Longhorn
- Inland Revenue learns security lessons
- New deal tightens Revenue security further
- Government must invest in IT innovation to remain competitive
- AOL issues ID tokens to encourage e-business
- Web services look set to be the next big risk
- Growth in security holes will increase downtime
- Regulations are pushing users to outsource security management
- E-business sites at new risk
- Biometrics 'not yet ready to secure corporate IT'
- Gurkhas offered IT assault course
- (ISC)2 offers postgrad scholarship
- Housing association polices mobile net use