A major government-commissioned study found that about half of UK organisations are lacking basic security skills. PublicTechnology talks to the researchers behind to find out where the skills gaps are and how they can filled
Cabinet Office minister said that, despite the controversy that often surrounds the PM’s top...
UK Hydrographic Office seeks partner to help it get the most out of its maritime data
Civil servants will be asked about how the crisis has impacted their working lives
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall salutes the outstanding efforts of public sector technologists in helping to respond to coronavirus
No specific guidance has been issued for sector, but minister says department would ‘expect everyone to be aware’ of social distancing
MPs and peers express concerns over ‘unprecedented data-gathering’
CyberArk's John Hurst looks at the true cost of GDPR breaches
NHS tracking app must do ‘heavy lifting’ to avoid second virus peak, claims chief scientific adviser
Sir Patrick Vallance believes UK ‘should be able to avoid a second wave’ of Covid-19
Study commissioned by Open Knowledge Foundation finds support for tougher measures
The CEO of Danish tech firm NetCompany tells PublicTechnology why the country’s existing digital infrastructure could help encourage adoption of its soon-to-launch coronavirus response app
Health secretary calls on public to embrace technology
Software from ACF Technologies was purchased without usual competitive procedures
Claimants will be required to use bank account as minister salutes work of 'hidden heroes'
As health service program moves towards nationwide launch, regulator sets out principles that should be followed
Statistics regulator publishes report that flags up necessary improvements
PublicTechnology research finds that failing to consider user needs is the most common stumbling block, with a lack of simplicity and intuitiveness also a frequent failing
The spike in usage prompted by the surge in Universal Credit claims has prompted the Treasury to approve another tranche of funding
Statistics watchdog expresses ‘concerns’ about publication of information during ongoing crisis
Site pauses applications after several hours
The digital and data-driven economy has had a significant impact on our privacy. Siân Brooke from the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford examines how policy professionals should respond.
Data compiled will be used to help track spread of Covid-19
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