Security, Data and Privacy Article Archive

  • Information Security Analyst, Ian Edwards MBCS, discusses what we can learn from the Facebook Cambridge Analytica saga.
  • Open banking is poised to radically change the way personal finances work over the next 10 years. Kelly Read-Parish, Head of Operations at challenger credit bureau Credit Kudos, explores how.
  • Andy Wall FBCS, from the Office for National Statistics, highlights insider threats and the ethical dilemmas that organisations face in providing security assurance through screening and background checks.
  • Prof Andrew Martin FBCS, Olusola Akinrolabu and Dr. Steve New discuss how organisations should approach the risk assessment of the cloud, especially from a supply chain perspective.
  • Neil Whitley, senior software quality engineer, gives a view of software quality from within the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE).
  • Whether an organisation is now large and powerful, or is in a garage in Silicon Valley waiting to launch the next disruptive wave, there is a feeling that IT has lost sight of basic social philosophies, and the ethics and fairness that underpin them.
  • Marten Nelson, co-founder and CMO of open banking platform, Token, explains open banking and its implications for consumers.
  • Security awareness is becoming increasingly important as devices are receiving, collecting and transferring personal data. Heetesh Chauhan and Christopher Middup MBCS suggest several key ways in which security may be improved throughout the internet of things.
  • Peter Wood FBCS, Director Emeritus, Falanx Group, discusses the threat landscape and how attack vectors are developing to exploit increasingly agile businesses.
  • In an ever more connected world, how can you protect your company from malicious and poor-quality code?