2019: Security lockdown or hacker bonanza?
Reviewing some of 2019's cyber incidents Patrick O'Connor, principal systems analyst programmer, finds there are new lessons to be learned but old ones to be remembered in order to stay secure.
Is this the age of digital enlightenment?
Rubi Kaur FBCS MBA discusses how the digital world has transformed our lives beyond all recognition and considers the implications for those who can’t keep up with the tide of technological advancement.
The RCN on the benefits of BCS membership
When it comes to ethics and providing an essential service to do good for society, the Royal College of Nursing and BCS has much in common. Johanna Hamilton AMBCS investigates the benefits of corporate membership and how this symbiotic relationship is paying dividends.
World AI Summit - getting to grips with ethics in a changing world
Ethics in AI is a hot topic many of us are grappling with and goes to the heart of the biggest questions about who we are as individuals and communities, writes Daniel Aldridge, senior policy manager for BCS.
A focus on information systems development
Smart electric vehicle charging