Catch up on all the stories, analysis and interviews from PublicTechnology’s dedicated content week focused on how the public sector is meeting its biggest cyber challenges

Welcome to PublicTechnology Cyber Security Week

Welcome to PublicTechnology Cyber Security Week. Over the next five days, we will publish a

WATCH: Can the public sector access the cyber skills it needs?

As part of our dedicated Cyber Security Week, PublicTechnology brought together experts from government, industry,

Cyber Security Week: What will imminent changes to the network security laws mean?

Regulatory amendments could see vast swathes of IT suppliers brought under the scope of laws

Cyber Security Week: Do we need a Department for Cyber?

Some senior figures have argued cybersecurity should have a dedicated cabinet minister, while others claim

Cyber Security Week: Why is outsourcing so prevalent in the public sector?

Government data reveals outsourced cyber services are used far more widely in the public sector

DWP to create anti-fraud hub in Swindon

The department has announced that a new base in the Wiltshire town will house 600

Cyber Security Week: ‘Cover-ups don’t help anyone’ – how the ICO changed tack with the public sector

The UK’s data protection regulator is trialling a new approach to public bodies that eschews

Minister:  ‘Cybercriminals are often in uncooperative jurisdictions – making international collaboration essential’

A Home Office minister has stressed the government’s intention is that ‘the UK continues to

Cyber Security Week: How the police is leading a resilience revolution

The police-led national network of Cyber Resilience Centres was created by government to support SMEs,

Microsoft and Cabinet Office issue government-wide security guidelines for M365

Software vendor has worked with officials from Central Digital and Data Office and Government Security

Cyber Security Week: Is government’s anti-disinformation unit protecting or persecuting citizens?

Government claims the Counter Disinformation Unit – accused of effectively spying on its own citizens

Cyber Security Week: Analysis – how and where are attackers getting in?

Government data shines a light on the most common forms of attack being suffered by

NHS to hold ‘national conversations’ with public over patient data use

Health service is to host a series of major ‘engagement’ events over the course of

Government expands legacy tech definition to cover downtime and dearth of expertise

Newly published guidance reveals framework through which departments are asked to assess the risks posed

Financial watchdog explores synthetic data to tackle fraud

Anti-fraud teams from the Financial Conduct Authority and the City of London are working with

ICO issues data protection warning over domestic abuse victims after DWP and local councils reprimanded

After revealing details of various organisations that have been censured in the last 15 months,

Biometric data watchdog calls for expansion of remit

The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner believes that, given how widely biometric data is used across the

Cabinet Office schemes target areas of ‘greatest exposure to legacy technology’

Department’s annual report and accounts reveals that audit agency based in HM Treasury led an
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