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...
Citizens can now use biometrics to confirm payments
North-east town explores use of touchscreen technology
New commission to release reports aimed at suggesting policy and programmes in areas such as fake news and internet regulation
The UK remains to be hit by a cyberattack of the highest level of severity, but NCSC chief reiterates that we should ‘expect it at some point’
This week saw a landmark public meeting of the alliance between the cyber intelligence services of the UK, US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. PublicTechnology listened in to find out more
NCSC chief executive says that, while the creation of new international standards is not imminent, the UK would not rule out assisting their creation in the longer term
Representatives of UK, US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand present a united front to face down cyberthreats
National Cyber Security Centre research reveals the most commonly breached passwords
Each of the 43 forces across England and Wales have set up dedicated tech units with £7m of government backing
After two breaches inside a week, department commissions independent assessment of compliance
Ministry puts £2m behind contest to identify ways to combat ‘swarms’ of hostile autonomous airborne vehicles
For the second time inside a week, the Home Office has had to report itself to the UK data regulator, after accidentally sharing email addresses of settled status applicants
Department informs ICO and launches internal investigation
Process of assessing use of technology has been 'sub-standard' committee finds
As the government prepares to publish its internet safety strategy, opposition MPs urge action on online political campaigning
Newham Council worker sent email with info including names and address
After a tricky development process, the digital system allowing EU citizens to apply for the right to remain in the UK is now live. PublicTechnology examines the past, present, and future of a project that represents one of the most important technology programmes the government has ever undertaken.
Users must adopt TAXII 2 and STIX 2 to analyse and share data on attacks
Lisa Barrett has joined GDS as director of digital identities
National weather service recruiting for security chief
Committee on Standards in Public Life to conduct review of moral and technical issues facing use of new technology