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5 Interview Questions To Determine Whether the Candidate Shares Your Company’s Core Values

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When Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, was just out of college, he sold his first company to Microsoft for $265 million. But for him, the sale wasn’t about money—he was actually most concerned about the company culture he had created. “I I just didn’t look forward to going to the office.

4 Ways AI Will Improve the Way You Work

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When AI springs to mind, you can’t help but think of the endless possibilities it could bring. With machine learning, robotics, and more, breaking new grounds year after year. It’s exciting to think where we could be by 2030.

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Cyber security not a priority for most sectors, study finds

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Despite data breaches costing UK firms nearly £30bn in 2016, cyber security is still not a priority for most UK industry sectors, a study has revealed

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Top UK directors lack training to deal with cyber attacks

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The UK’s top firms and charities urgently need to do more to protect themselves from online threats, according to a government-backed audit

UK government wants to give 6,000 teenagers cyber security training

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Government launches £20m Cyber Schools Programme aimed at students aged between 14 and 18

CIA hacking tools for Mac OS and Linux exposed by WikiLeaks

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WikiLeaks has exposed hacking tools targeting the Mac and Linux operating systems in the latest of its series of leaks allegedly from the US Central Intelligence Agency

Government to strengthen UK data protection law

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New legislation will require social media platforms to delete information about children and adults when asked

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Virgin America praised for cyber breach response

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Virgin America’s detection and response to a data breach has been praised by security commentators

British Airways IT outage: What went wrong with its datacentre?

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BA has blamed “human error” for its bank holiday datacentre outage, but the Uptime Institute suggests there may be more to it than that

How Wales has evolved into a hotspot for cyber security

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Wales may be a small country but, in just a few years, it has become a global hotspot for cyber security innovation

GDPR: Five myths you will encounter on your compliance journey

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The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in May 2018. We explore common myths surrounding GDPR

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Security Think Tank: Employees are in the cyber attack firing line, so educate them well

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What are the best security controls to ensure a safe working environment where employees do not have the unfair pressure of being the first line of cyber defence

More than a million Gmail and Yahoo account credentials on sale

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Usernames, email addresses and plaintext passwords of more than a million Yahoo and Gmail accounts are reportedly on sale on the dark web, posing a threat to corporate security

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Cultural change a critical but neglected element of IoT security

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Managing how people within an enterprise deal with data is a vital element of shoring up security around the internet of things, says Vodafone

Agile development an 'IT fad' that risks iterative failure

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Agile promises continuous improvement through an iterative process, but without proper checks, project failure is commonplace

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Forrester warns CIOs of cloud market consolidation risks and rewards

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Market watcher's latest cloud report outlines how the consolidation of the cloud software and infrastructure market can mean good and bad news for enterprises

Systems of insight light way ahead for data

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Computer Weekly looks at why data management must become oriented towards business outcomes, not technology management outcomes

Dealing with data under GDPR

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With the General Data Protection Regulation due to be enforced next year, Computer Weekly looks at how to address the requirements to suit your business

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Aruba Atmosphere: Businesses at odds with IT departments over IoT

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A survey of business and IT leaders conducted for wireless networking supplier Aruba has found a lack of cohesion between departments is affecting IoT usage, confidence levels and security across Emea

Top IT priorities for Nordic CIOs in 2018

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Nordic CIOs tell Computer Weekly about their intentions for the year ahead

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Global cyber attack could cost up to $120bn, warns Lloyd’s

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A global cyber attack could have a similar economic impact as a natural disaster such as Hurricane Katrina, according to the world’s oldest insurance market

Europe faces shortage of 350,000 cyber security professionals by 2022

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European companies are expected to go on the world’s biggest cyber security hiring spree in the next 12 months, driving demand for cyber talent that will far outstrip supply, a report has revealed

Artificial intelligence will increase productivity by sharpening human mind

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The combination of AI and humans will triple productivity if businesses get the balance right for different roles

How culture change has to underpin success in digital transformation

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Digital transformation has been in vogue in recent years. Success depends as much, if not more, on deep-set culture change, as RSA and The Economist Group have discovered

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Most influential women in UK tech: The 2017 longlist

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Every year, Computer Weekly asks the technology industry to nominate who it thinks are the most influential women in UK tech – here is the 2017 longlist

How the Met Office is handling a deluge of data

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‘Lazy’ open source tools are helping the UK weather forecasting service open up unprecedented volumes of data to all

Russian cyber espionage group targeting hotel Wi-Fi

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A Russian cyber espionage group is targeting hotel Wi-Fi networks to carry out malware infections and potentially steal credentials, researchers warn

People can be strongest link in cyber security, says NCSC

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People are often seen as the weakest link when it comes to cyber security, but that must change, says the National Cyber Security Centre

Nordic IT executive interview: Daniel Kjellén, CEO, Tink

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Sweden could have a head start in the race to open up banking through the European Union’s PSD2 regulation

The internet of things gains traction in business

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While consumers are buying more IoT, the wheels are starting to turn in an industry set for an IoT revolution

IT departments have no idea how much they spend on AWS and Azure

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The complexity of procuring public cloud services means IaaS users often lack a sense of how much their cloud workloads actually cost

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AI tipped as top tech trend of next decade

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In 2010, social, cloud, analytics and mobile were tipped as megatrends – now Gartner sees artificial intelligence as the emerging tech trend with the biggest potential

Testing is key to IoT security, says researcher

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Building an effective testing process across all elements associated with a product is key to securing the internet of things, according to a researcher in the field