IT Management Article Archive

  • James Moos MBCS, Technical Security Group Lead at C3IA Solutions, suggests that while we can blame a lot of cyber security ills on people, perhaps many security issues might be easily solved by ‘patching’ the human operating system.
  • John Reid, Chair of the BCS Fortran Group and former convener of the ISO Fortran Committee, explains that, like BCS, Fortran is alive and kicking despite being 60 years old.
  • John Mitchell FBCS considers how intelligent so-called intelligent security really is, and asks: is it time for more regulation?
  • Douglas Needham, a senior information security analyst, argues that referring to humans as the weakest link is unhelpful, instead we should focus on the positive actions they can take.
  • Chris Yapp FBCS reflects on the uneven history of artificial intelligence, and looks ahead with ever-hopeful eyes.
  • While the base concepts of DevOps aren’t new, since organisations, individual companies, and to an extent, product owners, have been trying to bring the developmental and operations sides of business together.
  • Martin Borrett FBCS introduces Martin Cooper AMBCS to IBM Watson, for cyber security, and explains how augmented intelligence is helping cyber security experts to operate more effectively on the front line.
  • Nadia Abouayoub MBCS, from the BCS AISG, reveals why the finance industry’s growth and the evolution of its ever more complex products are increasingly reliant on AI.
  • Dr Richard Piggin MBCS, from design, engineering and project management consultancy Atkins, considers future city security, given urbanisation, technology trends and increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks targeting critical infrastructure.
  • Gerry Wolf explains how the simplicity and power theory of artificial intelligence may help solve problems in computing.