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...
Contract will cover a comprehensive range of products and consultancy
Parliamentary committee says progress is being made but is being ‘hampered by a weak evidence base and lack of business case’
Department implements controls to prevent fraudsters calling citizens from numbers that appear legitimate
Cybersecurity chiefs at Wirral NHS trust say education, collaboration and rapid communication are important protections against viruses, phishing and ransomware. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Sir Mark Sedwill says project was launched on the grounds of reasonable evidence
Minister claims central government backing is in addition to locally driven investments
Organisation offers £130k for director of DDaT
Home Office representatives tell MPs that 2022 is not a deadline for completion, but ‘a not-before date’
Minister claims role was ‘better suited’ to an interim appointment
Shadow minister Jo Platt says current situation is ‘a free-for-all’
Defence secretary puts £22m into cyber centres to ‘put the Army at the forefront of information warfare’
Facilities will provide round-the-clock info on digital threats
A month on from the revelations about the Chinese vendor’s potential involvement in the UK’s 5G network, PublicTechnology examines the key issues
Digital agency recruits for senior manager to oversee use of personal data
Department insists improvements are being made in its response to MPs’ report
Leaders at the National Cyber Security Centre lift the lid on the impact of and lessons learned from the Triton malware assault
Government cybersecurity agency issues guidance telling users to act ‘quickly’
Legislators in California city vote to outlaw surveillance tech
Deputy CISO post comes with six-figure salary
Since 2008 departments have been required to report data breaches every year. In this exclusive research – kicking off two weeks of dedicated cybersecurity content on PublicTechnology – SA Mathieson digs through the numbers to uncover government's biggest security challenges
Immigration minister indicates that various courses of action will be examined before any legislation is passed
Designing a strategy to take digital take-up over the 50% mark means getting to the heart of what the county’s residents really want. Gill Hitchcock writes.