Department’s annual report shows, for the first time in many years, documents or data lost from a secure government building had to be reported to the ICO. PublicTechnology finds out more.
Government appoints task force to help mitigate impact of Huawei ban via ‘diversification’ of telecoms market
A selection of telecoms executives and academics will help deliver a strategy to be published...
No specific guidance has been issued for sector, but minister says department would ‘expect everyone to be aware’ of social distancing
MPs and peers express concerns over ‘unprecedented data-gathering’
NHS tracking app must do ‘heavy lifting’ to avoid second virus peak, claims chief scientific adviser
Sir Patrick Vallance believes UK ‘should be able to avoid a second wave’ of Covid-19
The CEO of Danish tech firm NetCompany tells PublicTechnology why the country’s existing digital infrastructure could help encourage adoption of its soon-to-launch coronavirus response app
Health secretary calls on public to embrace technology
Software from ACF Technologies was purchased without usual competitive procedures
The digital and data-driven economy has had a significant impact on our privacy. Siân Brooke from the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford examines how policy professionals should respond.
Coronavirus could be a boon for cybercriminals, but could also be an ideal time for organisations to tune up their security, writes Henry Asson of the PublicTechnology events series
NCSC sets up reporting hub and asks public to shop suspected fraudsters
Report commissioned after New Year Honours blunder cites need for greater senior accountability and finds widespread use of free consumer tools
Faced with threats from the dark web, Bexley ramped up its cybersecurity with a managed service. Gill Hitchcock finds out more.
Various other countries are using voluntary or mandatory tracking to follow spread of pandemic, as PM says tech will ‘help us see the disease as it is transmitted’
NHS and government bodies will not be constrained, regulator and health secretary indicate
Department to stop automatically sending out hard-copy forms to those who used them in the previous year
An amendment that would have guaranteed the removal of the Chinese vendor’s kit by 2023 was not passed
Chancellor set to unveil huge investment
Research unit examines the front-line potential of additive manufacturing
Department’s Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group seeks input from various parties
With many government-developed services seeing poor uptake, the answer may lie in allowing citizens to ‘bring your own identity’, according to Arthur Mickoleit of Gartner
New colour will not be the only difference on Britons’ travel documents
US president and UK prime minister clash over 5G decision during ‘lively’ phone call