Personal details of civil servant and supplier exposed by inadequately redacted document, discovered by PublicTechnology
‘These are fundamental to empowering individuals’ – ICO takes action against departments and councils over data requests
Ministry of Defence and Home Office are among those reprimanded over major backlogs that caused ‘significant distress’ to individuals. PublicTechnology finds out more.
MoJ minister claims government is awaiting recommendations from advisory body, as private member's bill continues passage through parliament
Firm will be asked to assess existing and new tech platforms
Consultation launched on how to ‘reduce the security burden on citizens’
Brexit: ‘No known data breaches’ of EU citizens’ digital status since programme launch, minister claims
Home Office databases have not been compromised, according to Tom Pursglove
Crown representative for BAE Systems and non-executive director of government supplier will avoid conversations on bidding
Annual reports of HM Revenue and Customs, Home Office and DWP discuss risks from cyber security, data protection and specific projects
Cabinet Office, ONS and DWP also seek senior security technologists
The recently published Government Cyber Security Strategy set out a range of ambitions to make the public sector safer. PublicTechnology gathered a panel of experts to find out more about how it will do so.
Digital agency signs deal for data-led cyber protection system
New browser login system is also being tested with support of Disclosure and Barring Service
Government Legal Department is investigating after names of civil servants were not removed from transparency documents
Graeme Biggar has finally been confirmed as the head of the national body after a rerun of the procurement process
Government CIO says assault on both public bodies and commercial firms went ‘largely unnoticed’
Luton Borough Council and regional local enterprise partnership were victims of fraudsters
The proportion of offences resulting in a formal charge increased slightly, but remains at barely more than one in every 50
Ransomware assault impacted major platforms for management of patients and staff, as well as the delivery of the 111 urgent care service
Education secretary’s defence of Confucius hubs branded ‘unbelievably naive and frankly dangerous'
Contract worth £500,000 will see an additional 250 firms offered training
Campaign led by Wealden MP results in closure of account with video-sharing platform
Defence contractor BAE Systems wins Home Office contract