Study shows today’s IT leaders often ignore data and external advice when making decisions 

Despite being more tech-savvy, younger consumers are more likely to experience cybercrime in the UK

No texts please, we’re British: workers feel uncomfortable texting senior colleagues for help

An investigation into some of the UK's big name retailers has revealed that unsafe password policies are leaving online shoppers vulnerable in the...

2016 will reshape perceptions of security in the EU, the boundaries of cyber attacks will blur, and cybercrime will shift to the smartphone

Can wearables bring security and efficiency to the enterprise? Absolutely, it just takes some tactical risk assessment.

The Ashley Madison data breach carried numerous lessons for the enterprise

The falling price of memory, 64-bit computing, and inexpensive multi-core servers have facilitated the rise of a new class of databas that is...

Concerns around technology costs have fallen over the last two years as companies focus on more functional issues that contribute towards business...

The digital age has posed unforeseen challenges to every business – and completely revolutionised the IT industry