Consumer networks for business use
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Identity Cards Get Personal
Biometrics would not have prevented SocGen incident
Crosby changes the nature of the ID debate
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I can't help but watch the progress of Ray Ozzie
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A big day for the National Identity Scheme
The identity quiz: Can you remember how to prove who you are?
Last in line for the DNA database
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Counterfeit Cisco gear threatens more than the network
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Patient database access - exclusive on Computer Weekly.
BBC R4's "Today" and our article on the NPfIT summary care record
No qualifications needed to access national health records database
The name has changed to protect the innocent
Getting value from a Microsoft Enterprise Agrement
De-perimeterisation Gets Closer
Cold Boot Encryption Hack - Follow Up
HMRC appoints 37 data guardians
The Apple does not fall far from the corporate tree
Successful transformation needs more anarchy
Oracle/Peoplesoft licensing and maintenance #1
Professional Accreditation - IISP
Police won’t use national e-health records for fishing - government pledge
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Buzz if you like, but don't sting me!
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Video interview: David Hobbs-Mallyon, Sql Server Product Manager, Microsoft
ATM Security Weaknesses Publicised Again
Police to be allowed searches of national database of NHS patient records
Microsoft’s response to the EU’s £680m fine
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CMA Annual conference Day 1 - Part 4
B'ham Council's SAP system - local MP remains defensive
CMA Annual Conference Day 1 - Part 3
CMA Annual Conference Day 1 - Part 2
Data losses in Borsetshire
CMA Annual Conference Day 1 - Part 1
Identity goes mainstream
Downing St NPfIT papers - full set (as released by Cabinet Office)
YouTube Outage - Consumerisation Risks Come Real
Government CIO Council turns green
Government review of Next Generation Broadband
Cyber Warfare is This Year’s Fashion
Real cost of a data breach
The Future is not all Doom and Gloom
IPR Wars: fighters scrambled - is the truce over?
Laptop Disk Encryption Vulnerabilities
Google Hacking Tool Released
Emergency CD Drive opener
Video: The secret heart of a codemonkey
Image of the week - Microsoft releases APIs
Microsoft open up the crown jewels
What Blair, Microsoft and Cisco said at Downing St on NHS IT reform
The trouble with government IT projects - Colin Beveridge
Microsoft: what's happening now
Software needs a money-back guarantee
Top five stories on ComputerWeekly.com
What officials promised Blair on NHS IT reform - release of secret papers
White Hat Worms
Slow broadband speeds - it's not getting better anytime soon
Haemorrhaging personal data
Small earthquake in Blogosphere 'not many hurt'
Korean mobile operator offers users a "love detector"
Was NHS IT plan agreed before Downing St meeting?
Top tips from a top CIO
National Audit Office due to publish 2nd report on NPfIT by May 2008
How many identities do I have?
More Office 2007 pain
Biometric security -
Broadband de-regulation overview
What is privacy anyway?
Secret papers reveal Blair's rushed NPfIT plans
More than £4bn spent on NPfIT by April 2008
Who was at Downing Street NPfIT meeting?
The Grand Challenge of Securing Cyberspace
Death by Data Protection II: The Empire Strikes Back
Think twice before you start printing your own currency
Is that an iPod in your pocket, or should I call the police?
ID Cards and the NPfIT – nobody is “responsible”
Image of the week
My security department is not wasting its time