Charlotte Trueman

Staff Writer

Charlotte Trueman is a staff writer at Computerworld. She joined IDG in 2016 after graduating with a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Kent. Trueman covers collaboration, focusing on videoconferencing, productivity software, future of work and issues around diversity and inclusion in the tech sector.

Report: The state of secure identity 2022

Cybersecurity startup launches mobile app to protect against phishing attacks

Cybersecurity startup launches mobile app to protect against phishing attacks

Israeli startup novoShield has released an iPhone app that protects users against malicious websites.

Microsoft urges Windows users to run patch for DogWalk zero-day exploit

Microsoft urges Windows users to run patch for DogWalk zero-day exploit

Despite previously claiming the DogWalk vulnerability did not constitute a security issue, Microsoft has now released a patch to stop attackers from actively exploiting the vulnerability.

The British Army's social accounts hacked to promote NFTs

The British Army's social accounts hacked to promote NFTs

Over the weekend, hackers targeted the Twitter and YouTube accounts belonging to the British Army to promote various NFTs and cryptocurrencies.

Cohesity launches FortKnox to protect data from ransomware attacks

Cohesity launches FortKnox to protect data from ransomware attacks

The data management vendor is adding strong data isolation and recovery capabilities with its latest software-as-a-service release, FortKnox.

Alleged REvil ransomware hacker extradited and arraigned in Texas

Alleged REvil ransomware hacker extradited and arraigned in Texas

The DOJ charges that Ukrainian national Yaroslav Vasinskyi made $2.3 million from ransoms, after demanding more than $760 million from companies that had fallen victim to REvil ransomware attacks.

UK to require search, social media sites to block fraudulent adverts

UK to require search, social media sites to block fraudulent adverts

The UK government intends to amend its draft Online Safety Bill to require search engines and social media platforms to prevent fraudulent adverts from appearing on their sites.

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