John E Dunn

John Dunn is one of the co-founders of Techworld, following a spell working for Tornado Insider, the European magazine for tech startups. 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.


The Isle of Man woos Chinese tech: a tale of the mouse and the elephant

IoM Government signs Memorandum of Understanding with large tech park

Brexit and beyond – the issues that worry a UK tech sector still in shock

Is Brexit good or bad for tech? Arguably it might eventually be an uncertain mix of both

The GDPR after Brexit – UK firms prepare to disentangle a political mess

Brexit means the UK leaves the EU. Ditching the GDPR, however, won't be as simple

Brexit and the GDPR - why leaving the EU will make life harder for enterprises

Leaving the EU could, paradoxically, make the GDPR even tougher to cope with

The Isle of Man: how a tax haven reinvented itself as a startup paradise

Tax havens are doomed. Luckily, the Isle of Man has a backup plan

UK Government boosts GOV.UK Verify security - U2F authentication explained

Unfortunately 2FA security still goes over most people's heads

UK universities under cyberattack - can higher education defend itself?

A new VMWare study suggests hidden troubles at many UK institutions

The EU-US Privacy Shield agreement explained - preparing for uncertainty

Data processors find themselves caught between emerging EU law and US demands

UK organisations reel under ransomware and DDoS surge - didn't they see it coming?

The UK is now at the centre of a nasty nasty convergence of skilled criminality

UK university computing courses get cybersecurity upgrade

Government-backed initiative will see security prioritised in BCS accreditation

As big data hits the Tour de France, cycling will never be the same again

Dimension Data website will track riders' positions, speeds and proximity to rivals in real time

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