Cabinet Office to offer further backing to identity-assurance tool while work takes place to develop government-wide login system
Reseller Trustmarque wins year-long deal
‘Human-operated’ cyber assault is causing lengthy delays and some cancellations to appointments
Social media firm denies giving any special treatment to the Kremlin in parliamentary hearing
Companies including Amazon, Adobe, and PwC take part in Glasgow ‘Digital Critical Friend’ scheme
PublicTechnology can reveal the terms of a public sector-wide MoU, under which more than contracts worth more than £300m have already been awarded
Consultation commenced on efficacy of Computer Misuse Act
The ex-prime minister’s sent more than 70 messages to ministers and officials regarding Greensill Capital
Responsibility for controls and standards has been taken on by new entity
Discussing the findings of a Dods and SAP Concur report, experts from government and industry reflected on the achievements of the past year, and the areas that have been shown to need the most improvement. PublicTechnology learns more.
Since a public sector-wide agreement with AWS was introduced six months ago, departments have signed contracts worth hundreds of millions with the cloud firm. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
PublicTechnology examines the government’s strategy for offering a digital certification tool, and its key advantages and challenges
A recent study finds that the pandemic has boosted budgets – but legacy tech remains a big barrier to progress
PublicTechnology sits down with ONS statisticians to learn more about the organisation’s Faster Indicators programme
Daljit Rehal tells PublicTechnology about his priorities for the tax agency’s digital services and its programme to reform billions of pounds of tech procurement
Ciaran Martin discusses six tests that can be applied to the incoming national plan for cyber
Head of engineering Stuart Taylor discusses how 1,000 staff across the department support each other’s work
Coronavirus has shown the power of data and, according to Sue Daley of techUK, it is crucial that the UK implements the right laws to govern its use and protection
The health service’s IT infrastructure badly needs an update. But modernisation efforts must not focus solely on the technology, believes Matt Fetzer of Reform.
The national plan for the UK’s data needs could learn from the successful vaccine rollout by prioritising experts and practitioners, according to Dan Klein of Zühlke UK
Nimmi Patel of techUK on how its members are beginning to have important conversations about equality, and what the industry body can do to help