Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 22 April 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we investigate the most significant flaw in recent history to impact the internet. The Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL leaves millions of internet servers vulnerable to attack. Hackers have already exploited Heartbleed to steal passwords from the Mumsnet parenting site. What can websites do to foil future attacks? Access >>>
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Greenpeace singles out datacentre firms for lack of energy efficiency
by Archana Venkatraman
Greenpeace's new report on datacentre energy efficiency lauds efforts of some tech giants while singles out others for their lack of commitment to green energy
Royal Bank of Scotland maps transaction supply chain
by Cliff Saran
RBS has built an analytics neural network, capable of assessing risk across its business customers' supply chain.
- Greenpeace singles out datacentre firms for lack of energy efficiency by Archana Venkatraman
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