Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 12 November 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, our latest buyer’s guide looks at software testing and code quality, and examines how to test effectively when using agile development. We find out about the latest techniques to defeat SQL injection attacks – a method of hacking that has remained undefeated for 15 years. And we talk to two European financial services firms about how they have used data analytics to improve customer response. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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SQLi has long been unsolved, but has that finally changed?
by Warwick Ashford
SQL injection (SQLi) attacks have remained unsolved for more than 15 years, but that could be about to change
- SQLi has long been unsolved, but has that finally changed? by Warwick Ashford
IT may not have to worry about mobile device backup
by Charles Brett
Analyst Charles Brett offers some advice for IT departments on backing up data from mobile devices, tablets and smartphones,
- IT may not have to worry about mobile device backup by Charles Brett
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