Theresa May uses UN General Assembly address to urge Facebook, Google, and Microsoft to do more
Research finds widespread use of unsupported software in England’s second-biggest force
Police chief admits possibility of working with online vigilantes but says tech firms must do more on child-protection
Data shows evidence gathered by self-styled paedophile hunters is becoming increasingly prevalent in criminal cases as senior officer admits 'I am not winning that moral argument'
Karen Bradley and Matt Hancock dispatched on tech-centric trade missions
Ministry announces major deal to acquire 56 specialised machines
Report finds 93% of increasingly outdated devices still active in the UK are owned by hospitals
Leaked Home Office paper unveils plans to take immigration status check service entirely online
Apparent breach changes advertising content to explicit website
National cybercrime pilot among police innovation projects to receive slice of £80m government funding
Other schemes include £11.5m for ‘video-enabled justice’ and creation of online hub to combat hate crime in the capital
Methods including intercepting phone calls and bulk data collection to fall under the expanded remit of IPCO
Matt Lock of Varonis argues that an increase in connectivity has left health-service IT vulnerable
“Unacceptable & inexcusable”: council hit with £70k fine for leaving vulnerable people's info wide open
Watchdog finds that Nottinghamshire County Council failed to keep personal data - including care needs and postcodes - safe
Recently-rebadged digital department asks businesses: where are your digital skills gaps?
Department says new Technology Platforms for Tomorrow chief will have “huge impact across the culture of the Home Office”
Chief executive Jon Thompson says government will still deliver free childcare to 200,000 households by end of August
Reform think tank urges Home Office to provide £450m spending grant and create academy to train thousands of cyber specialists
Parking ticket review service permitted unauthorised access to citizen data, investigation finds
Ministry of Defence looking to appoint technology figurehead
Holyrood reports that systems remain operational and no accounts are known to have been breached following assault by 'external forces'
Department acts quickly to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements
Littlefish boss Steve Robinson has worked in Whitehall as part of both an SME and a multinational. Here, he shares his insights from both sides of the fence