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  • Spies in the VPN

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, the NSA/GCHQ snooping scandal has added to concerns about security of virtual private networks (VPNs) – we find out how IT chiefs should respond to the threat. Windows XP support has now ended – we look at what it means for the remaining users of Microsoft’s enduringly popular operating system. And we examine the benefits of data visualisation tools and hear from users about their projects. Read the issue now.

  • Secure internet routing

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series assesses whether Resource Public Key Infrastructure can provide a framework for effective security.

  • Check the state of network security and stay safe

    Many organisations are planning to increase their investment in proactive security controls and threat intelligence measures.

  • Download: Global Risks 2014

    The report analyses 31 global risks and includes a special in-depth investigation into digital disintegration. Other risks of significant concern include income disparity, extreme weather events, unemployment and fiscal crises.

  • CW500 Security: Neil Cassidy, deputy director operations at Cert-UK

    In this CW500 Security Club video, Neil Cassidy talks to Computer Weekly security editor Warwick Ashford about the next evolution of IT security threats and how best to prepare for them.

  • Cyber Security Challenge: Finding the next cyber security champion

  • Cyber Security Challenge: Good communication skills

  • The Cyber Security Challenge UK 2014

    The Cyber Security Challenge UK is a series of events designed to test the ability of thousands of amateur applicants who have skills in the cyber security space.

  • Hacktivism: good or evil?

    IT lawyer Dai Davis looks at the rise of hacktivism and its impact on business and international politics

  • Download: Security considerations for UK enterprises

    This Research Snapshot from Vanson Bourne, based on a survey of 100 UK IT-decision makers, looks at IT security spending trends, awareness of cyber-threats, and the factors perceived as the biggest security risks for organisations. Contents: - Security spending - Awareness of security threats - Confidence in protection against threats - Security mindset

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