Microsoft makes the case for local councils to move to the cloud
As IT security evolves, employees must be kept in the loop about how to keep themselves and their organisations secure, says Joel Dolisy, CIO, SolarWinds
The government has announced that it will introduce legislation to ease the sharing of data held by public bodies.
The NHS has granted search engine giant Google access to over 1.6 million patient records to enable the firm to develop a healthcare early warning app.
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has been fined £185,000 after the information watchdog said it had “played fast and loose” with personal details of its staff.
MEP and former European commissioner Viviane Reding talks data protection and why economics trumps feminism.
The information watchdog has threatened a council with court action unless it implements data protection training and guidance.
Standards and Testing Agency chief executive Jennifer Coupland blames "failure to follow appropriate clearance processes" and apologises to parents and teachers.
West Yorkshire Police has teamed up with digital crime specialist at Leeds Beckett University to develop new ways of fighting cybercrime.
Staff working in a number of public sector bodies will have access to a new information resource to promote cyber resilience within the business community as part of a new project.
Almost a third of government ICT professionals don’t trust the public cloud to keep their data secure – a much higher proportion than the private sector.
There used to be so many ways of classifying government data it was difficult to ensure data protection. Now there are much clearer rules, argues Microsoft.
The Ministry of Defence has unveiled plans for a new cyber security centre, in a bid to improve its own protection from online attacks.
Local authorities must increase their investment in digital technology a part of a radical change in approach to tackling fraud, according to a new government strategy.
Canadian information-rights watchdog Elizabeth Denham has been selected as the UK government’s first choice to succeed Information Commissioner Christopher Graham this year.
Microsoft considers the safest way to push the boundaries of innovation
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust has improved some of the information governance issues exposed by investigations into a series of data losses and thefts, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to migrate its councillors to paperless working in a bid to save more than £100,000 in document production over five years.
A survey of more than 2,000 UK adults has found a clear majority want to be able to verify their identity online in order to access government services conveniently.
New pan-European data privacy rules will be a “game-changer” in the way businesses approach cyber security, according to the Scottish Government’s cyber security tsar.
The director of the UK’s national computer emergency response team has said 80% of the security issues his team records could be prevented if basic security measures were in place.