Struggling to sleep? This app will read out GDPR legislation to aid your slumber
Calm has turned a section of the 57,509-word EU document into a sleep-inducing audio book
Foundation set up in memory of late Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood seeks ideas for how to solve challenges created by coronavirus
BEIS perm sec Sarah Munby discusses a year of securing millions of vaccines, delivering business loans, and providing guides to safer working
Nick Smallwood discusses the key areas of focus needed for government to deliver transformation schemes
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In 2020 public sector organisations have been tested to a degree never experienced before. According to CrowdStrike, increasing cybersecurity attacks are an additional complication they must...
The remote-first world has seen email being relied on more than ever as a core communication mechanism - but with 93% of IT leaders acknowledging a risk to sensitive data, what steps should be...
2020 was a cyber security wake up call for many organisations. Attempting to provide secure remote access and device flexibility quickly exposed the flaws in legacy systems and processes. As we...
Mariana Pereira, director of Email Security Products at Darktrace, looks at four new tactics by hackers and how security teams can react to defend against these developments