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May 23, 2014  1:28 PM

The new CIO reality – reputational risk from IT problems will be a big factor in the changing role

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
BBC, CIO, Cyber security, DMI, Ebay, Hackers, Information security, security breach, Target

It's not been a great week for public perceptions of technology.

First, yet another major sporting event had problems selling tickets. The Glasgow Commonwealth Games...

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March 28, 2013  11:52 AM

The predictability of what you’re going through

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Amazon, BlackBerry, CIO, Dell, Google, Hackers, HP, Information security, innovation, nokia, Recession, Strategy

While we marvel and despair at the pace of changes being wrought by the technology industry, there's a body of opinion that everything we are seeing now was entirely predictable.

I enjoy the work of Carlota Perez and


June 15, 2011  3:51 PM

Government identity banks start to take shape

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
government, Government IT, Hackers, identity cards, Identity fraud, Security

Here's a story that's going to run and run - and one I predict will start to make national news headlines once its significance sinks in to the consumer press.

As part of its plans to create a national identity assurance scheme for online public services, the government is proposing to...


May 6, 2011  10:58 AM

Prepare now – mandatory data breach disclosure is on its way

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Cyber security, Data breach, Data protection, Hackers, Information security, IT security, Security, Sony

We have Sony to thank for raising the bar of the world's biggest data breaches - with some 100 million people potentially affected by the hack on its Playstation...

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August 28, 2008  4:00 PM

Shall we play a game? You can go to jail for that!

rfroley Profile: rfroley
Gary McKinnon, Hackers, Hacking, wargames

Never mess with a US military computer. Didn't we all learn that back in 1983 when WarGames


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