‘You have got to lead from the front’ – heads of major departments on their need for digital expertise

At the PublicTechnology Live conference on Tuesday, permanent secretaries representing HMRC, Defra, DSIT, DVLA and

Comprehensive coverage vs dimensions of uncertainty – the complicated world of ‘AI-enriched intelligence’

Artificial intelligence offers unprecedented opportunities for security professionals to analyse material, but such potential is

Emergency drones and a crypto tax bonanza: Six things you may have missed in the budget

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt grabbed plenty of headlines with a pledge to put billions of pounds

Digital Leaders’ Download: Treasury leader Cat Little on how policy and digital can combine to deliver ‘radical’ new outcomes

As part of our series of interviews with some of government’s foremost leaders – published in

Why digital is ‘becoming much more of a political issue’ for local government

PublicTechnology talks to leaders from Socitm about a report that reveals major challenges for authorities,

PublicTechnology’s biggest stories of 2023 – part two

In the second part of our round-up of the most-read pieces published over this year,

PublicTechnology’s biggest stories of 2023 – part one

We revisit our ten most-read articles of 2023, beginning with scoops and other significant stories

Estonia: How the X-Road paved the way to a digital society

The country’s transformation is expanding into digital marriages and divorce and elections via app. PublicTechnology

Estonia: Digital marriage and app elections in next wave of transformation

In a country that has long been renowned as one of the world’s leading digital

ONS chief data officer: ‘We want a much more connected relationship with citizens around how their data is used’

In light of a major new data strategy, PublicTechnology and Fiona James discuss trust, transparency,

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: Why is outsourcing so prevalent in the public sector?

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

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

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,

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
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