EXCL: Digital minister says government will pass law to make smart devices safer ‘as soon as we can’
Matt Warman tells PublicTechnology event that government wants products and services to...
Digital secretary says there is a ‘burning need’ for governments to take a greater role in regulating the online world
Ministers stress mass deletion was result of ‘human error’
MPs, unions and academics call for rules on the use of tech that can monitor remote workers
Health department awards security design and architecture contract through G-Cloud framework
In 2020 public sector organisations have been tested to a degree never experienced before. According to CrowdStrike, increasing cybersecurity attacks are an additional complication they must navigate in an injurious year.
Joint public-private body Fintech to deliver training
Boris Johnson claims extra funding represents ‘biggest investment since Cold War’
Minister says input will be welcomed from all stakeholders
Department claims that ‘no-one can be identified’ from information published
Former civil servant given 52-month custodial sentence
The National Cyber Security Centre was required to respond to more than 700 incidents last year
Penalty is 82% lower than was originally intended
The public sector must focus not only on attacks, but on how it responds and recovers from them, Zerto and Cyber Security Scotland told attendees at the recent Local Government ICT Summit
Government attributes 2018 campaign to Moscow and claims more assaults were planned for cancelled 2020 summer games
Airline slapped with record penalty by ICO – albeit one that is grossly reduced on the regulator’s original intention
London borough warns that services may be impacted
Tax agency says freshers could be even more vulnerable to scams as teaching moves online
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 later this year
The spread of online misinformation during the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated a public health crisis. PublicTechnology digs into a recent parliamentary inquiry to find out more about the response from social media companies and government
Public Health Wales says leak that affected more than 18,000 people to have tested positive was attributable to ‘human error’