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  • Lauri Love: how reformed hackers halted the WannaCry virus

    Lauri Love presents a compelling story of the WannaCry malware that nearly brought down the NHS, and the behind the scenes work of former hackers, and security researchers that helped to prevent lives being lost. Love is facing extradition to the US after allegedly taking part in a hacking protest over the death of internet pioneer Aaron Swartz, who faced jail for using a hidden computer to downloading academic journals at MIT.

  • Adrian Davis discusses the evolution of security in the age of IoT

    Cloud computing and the internet of things will have a major impact on how security is implemented going forward.

  • CW500 video: Security and IoT

    What can businesses do to ensure their IAM and security systems are able to support internet connected things

  • CW500 video: Douwe Mik, EY, on security and the IoT

    What can businesses do to ensure their IAM and security systems are able to support internet connected things

  • CW500 video: Simon Gratton, Zurich Insurance on security and the IoT

    What can businesses do to ensure their IAM and security systems are able to support internet connected things?

  • Tim Berners-Lee: Keep the web open

    This is a video highlighting Tim Berners-Lee's keynote presentation at at IP Expo Europe 2014, where he discusses on the open web

  • Interview with Martin Vesper, CEO, digitalSTROM on smart home technology

    Martin Vesper, CEO of digitalSTROM has kitted out his home with smart technology, allowing him to control lighting and electrical appliances

  • BYOD and the issue of privacy

    Computer Weekly discusses the issue of BYOD and privacy with MobileIron and law firm Bircham Dyson Bell

  • What’s so hot about Berlin for startups?

    Kevin McDonagh, CEO of startup technology company, Novoda, asks fellow startup colleagues in Berlin’s Silicon Drinkabout networking evening what is so hot about Berlin’s startup scene?

  • South Staffordshire College digital campus: 4D immersive laboratory

    Jamie Smith, director of strategy and infrastructure at South Staffordshire College takes Computer Weekly on a tour of the brand new digital campus

  • South Staffordshire College digital campus: Collaboration room

    South Staffordshire College is taking a “pioneering approach” to new forms of technology enabled learning at its brand new digital campus. This includes collaborative working areas which includes technologies such as augmented reality.

  • UKtech50: Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office discussed shaping the cloud to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren discussed creating real partnerships to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University discussed innovtion in business which often didn't focus entirely on technoloyg, to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize discussed how to implement low-budget innovation to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Jagpal Jheeta, Marks & Spencer

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Jagpal Jheeta, M&S discussed IT innovation in a multi-channel retail world to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • CW500: Rob McNamara, SmartGrid GB

    Rob McNamara, from SmartGrid GB, talks to Computer Weekly about one of the highest profile IoT applications – smart energy grids and the UK’s smart meter roll-out.

  • CW500: Nick Bromley, GLA

    Nick Bromley,from the Greater London Authority, talks to Computer Weekly about the prospects for smart cities and what it means for London.

  • CW500: Dan Wood, HP Software

    Dan Wood, from HP Software market development, talks to Computer Weekly about what the internet of things means to corporate IT leaders.

  • CW500: Marc Overton, EE

    Marc Overton, EE talks to Computer Weekly about the role that mobile communications will play in the internet of things.

  • Video: Bob Tarzey on IPv6 migration

    While migration to the IPv6 networking standard is not going to have an immediate impact, IPv4 addresses will run out

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