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Cyber risks hit the road
In this week's Computer Weekly, after hackers took remote control of a Jeep Cherokee, we assess the security concerns for internet-connected cars. With the growth of digital banking, is there a need for high-street branches anymore? And we examine whether email overload is hindering the UK's economic productivity. Read the issue now.
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The hack of a Jeep raises the question whether users or car manufacturers should be responsible for protecting against cyber attackers
Bank branches are being used less and less, but that doesn't mean customers are getting a less personal service
Mounting evidence suggests email is a blight on the UK’s economic productivity – but services outsourcing firm Atos has found a way to stem the tide