RSS FeedJohn E Dunn

John E Dunn

John E Dunn


John is one of the co-founders of Techworld, following a spell working for Tornado Insider, the European magazine for tech start-ups. He started in IT journalism as technical editor of Personal Computer Magazine, before progressing to become editor of Network World (formerly LAN Magazine) and Network Week before helping to set up Techworld Insider. He has also freelanced for a number of technical publications in the technology, science and business fields.

Contact John

RSS Subscribe to John E Dunn's RSS Feed

Email John E Dunn

Twitter John E Dunn's Twitter Account

LinkedIn John E Dunn on LinkedIn

All articles by John E Dunn

Check Point's tiny 1200R could be the toughest firewall on the planet

SCADA security box can withstand temperatures of -40°C to 75°C read more »

Can 'digital identity 3.0' fix security? New Global Identity Foundation has a big idea

Not-for-profit launches to build on work of Jericho Forum read more »

Cyberattack on University of London Computing Centre causes Moodle chaos

Possible DDoS attack downed ULCC services for five hours during exam week read more »

Scottish fibre infrastructure still worries local businesses, poll finds

Broadband rated as more important than transport, taxes and housing read more »

One in ten UK employees admits having a porn habit at work

Porn watching only one of several risky behaviours read more »

South Wales Police fined £160,000 after losing sexual abuse evidence DVDs

Police failed to report loss for nearly two years, ICO said read more »

Banks will be first to face massive EU Data Protection Regulation fines, say professionals

Finance sector the most likely first stop, suggests survey read more »

UK organisations still ignoring risk of former employees, study finds

Only a quarter of firms have processes to cope with departing employees read more »

Whose fault data breaches? Most security pros point at CISOs and CIOs

RSA Conference survey finds that CEOs are not the first job on the line when hackers call read more »

NSA spied on Airbus with help of German intelligence, documents allege

Aircraft maker considering legal action over allegations dating back to 2002 read more »

BT chooses CA to power new Assure Cloud Identity service

Pushes ability to get enterprises up and running quickly read more »

UK's new rail signalling system at risk from malicious insider, expert says

ERTMS hack could cause disruption or serious accident, says David Stupples read more »

UK tech stalwart Pace swallowed by Arris for $2.1 billion

Investors in once struggling set-top box maker get their exit read more »

Encryption is still a management 'pain' for UK organisations, study shows

Regulators demand it. But it's easier to say than do, finds Thales e-Security study read more »

BT launches new service to 'ethically hack' cars, buses and trucks

Motor makers are worried about security - BT thinks it has the answer read more »

Windows XP upgrades over, UK businesses are buying fewer PCs

Windows with Bing surge offsets huge fall in commercial shipments read more »

Bullseye as Patriot missile firm Raytheon buys Websense in $1.9 billion deal

Security firms falling like skittles as defence giant turns to cybersecurity read more »

Small businesses in UK battling wave of card breaches, says Worldpay

Malware and SQL injection hacks still a major headache for sector read more »

CISOs struggling to contain 'shadow' universe of consumer cloud apps

Number of insecure cloud apps reaches 500 per enterprise, says Netskope read more »

Shortage of UK security skills drives salaries to record £66,000

Skills shortage made worse by lack of women and entry-level jobs, says certification body (ISC)2 read more »

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message