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  • Shattered Glass Orb
    John Mitchell, Chair of the BCS Information Risk Management and Assurance Specialist Group, looks at balancing the risk equation and being prepared for potential impacts.
  • Squirrel
    In line with one of the challenges that BCS is taking on, David Evans, Director of Policy, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, looks at the future direction of personal data. Can the IT department fix it, or is the problem wider?
  • Fist And Forearm Raised In The Air
    Tax as a platform: its simple, ordinary name could be said to mask the true revolutionary nature of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC’s) multi-channel digital tax platform, which won Digital Project of the Year in the 2015 BCS IT Industry Awards.
  • Dice With Question Marks On
    James Moos, Director of Digital Forensics Bureau, examines a range of ways to deal with the intricate issues faced when under cyber attack.
  • Surgeons With Scissors
    How can hospitals protect their medical equipment from malware? Hospitals and their staff are very accustomed to preventing the spread of biological infections, but what about their virtual counterparts?

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