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Digital Economy Act becomes law
By Neil Merrett
Legislation among a number of laws passed through parliament before upcoming election; privacy campaigners argue data sharing concerns have passed unchanged
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LGfL raises bandwidth bar for schools with series of new initiatives
By David Bicknell
2020 pledge also includes new initiatives around procurement for schools, safety, digital and cloud adoption, savings and support
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HMIC concerned at sporadic police force tech innovation
By Neil Merrett
Inspectorate body’s annual report argues that good examples of innovative police technology use by forces remains "few and far between"
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PAC sounds further alarm over emergency services network plans
By David Bicknell
Committee worries Vodafone will stop providing infrastructure that enables current Airwave system to function; Home Office and Motorola insist they are not taking risks with public safety
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Report queries government cyber security support awareness
By Neil Merrett
Survey of over 1,500 enterprises questions current effectiveness of approach to support industry over fears of growing prevalence of online attacks
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Whitehall IT Quality and Assurance framework launched
By Neil Merrett
CCS partners with the Home Office to provide public sector organisations with means to evaluate infrastructure, environments and overall performance of technology
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Is Cyber resilient?
Des Ward, director of information governance at Innopsis questions whether the standards thinking behind Cyber Essentials is robust enough to make the UK strongly resistant to cyber attack
Management > Security > Features
You want my digital identity, I want something in return
Approaching digital identity as a ‘this for that’ arrangement is the only way the private sector and Government can live in cyber harmony, argues Frank Joshi
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EU parliament committee raises Privacy Shield adequacy concerns
By Neil Merrett
European lawmakers will now consider effectiveness of privacy arrangement as the US Congress opts to unwind domestic commitments to protect consumer data
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NAO recognises GDS’ transforming role but warns of growing pains
By David Bicknell
Watchdog fears GDS is trying to cover too broad a remit; wants roles, responsibilities and plans more clearly defined; and urges review of infrastructure, including Verify, “to ensure it meets a proven need”
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