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Home Office preps Plan B to ensure continuity of UK police database

Department says that work to deliver replacement of 50-year-old system is on track but that it is

Digital has taken root at DLUHC, says former chief

Paul Maltby says department’s approach has helped empower councils Credit: Eko Pramono/Pixabay The recently departed digital

New laws to protect smart doorbells and other gadgets are world-first, minister claims

Paul Scully pledges that provisions are being made for imminent implementation of act New laws

MoD begins work on IT system to register and track evacuees from crisis zones

Ministry reveals it has begun work on concept phase of potential software tool to manage

Home Office starts search for £1bn ESN partner and system to measure ‘coverage and quality’ of supplier networks

Department opens bidding for firm to replace Motorola in delivering core user services The Home

<strong>Public-health agency to continue using mobile-network data to track population movement</strong>

UKHSA signs deals with BT and O2 to provide insights into ‘behavioural changes post-pandemic’ Credit: Rudy

IT issues with Home Office casework system have halved in recent months, immigration minister claims

Department has seen impact of ‘IT stabilisation’ according to Robert Jenrick The Home Office’s new

HMRC launches £140m procurement to support comms digitisation

Five-year contract will cover all incoming and outgoing messages and ambition to operate in ‘similar

Cabinet Office invests £140k in digital platform for officials to anonymously report bullying

Department invests in browser-based tool that can be accessed via intranet The Cabinet Office has

Regulator ‘actively monitoring’ 5G risks for aircraft navigation

But minister asserts no instances of equipment failure related to next-generation network have yet been

Scottish researchers create AI to update 2,000-year-old process for measuring ships’ stability

University of Edinburgh team unveils automated tool that will shortly be turned into smartphone app

Government formally unveils annual independent cyber audits for all departments

Ministerial announcement follows initial examinations of Home Office and business department earlier this year The

Three ‘working closely with government’ after many users fail to receive emergency alert

Cabinet Office claims that ‘vast majority of compatible phones’ received test message The Three mobile

HMRC ramps up crypto crime capabilities with £850k software tool

Tax agency acquires software to help ‘keep pace with new developments’ HM Revenue and Customs

Former tech minister warns Online Safety Bill could weaken apps’ cyber protection

Lord Kamall raises concerns over use of client-side scanning technology A former government minister has

‘Team captain for the UK’s cybersecurity’ – NCSC offers £200k in hunt for tech chief

Cyber intelligence agency recruits for chief technology officer The National Cyber Security Centre is offering

Capita admits possible compromise of customer data during cyberattack

Attackers had unauthorised access for nine days, outsourcing firm announces Major government supplier Capita has

DWP doubles value of Microsoft licensing arrangement with £250m deal

Department retains IT reseller Softcat as provider of core software systems The Department for Work
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