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Whitehall holds its breath over Referendum fallout
By David Bicknell
If Britain votes for Brexit, the civil service, legislation, processes and IT systems face years of uncertainty and upheaval, though still with opportunities for some. A Remain vote, however, could see policy and procurement confidence flooding back
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Would a Brexit slow the UK Government's digital transformation drive?
James Norman, public sector CIO at EMC, considers the implications on Whitehall digital transformation of a vote to Leave the EU
Management > Security > Features
Commons committee backs more punitive data protection measures
By Neil Merrett
Culture, media and sport group recommends granting data regulator expanded powers to audit and fine organisations; custodial sentences also mooted
Management > Security > News
GOV.UK Verify local government discovery work to begin in July
By Neil Merrett
Separate events scheduled for Bristol and London will look at ID assurance needs of councils in order to finalise pilot projects for secure access to taxi licence and parking permit services
Management > Security > News
IP Bill critics look to the Lords to address surveillance concerns
By Neil Merrett
Commons passes proposed legislation with Labour Party support, political opponents urge peers to scrutinise the justification for bulk data collection and wider tech industry impacts
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Government Gateway replacement plan to be "firmed up"
By Neil Merrett
Uncertainty remains over timeline and final shape of how government will look to overhaul service that remains a vital component to security and identity management
Blogs > Government Computing Network Blog
Home Office agrees three year police database extension with CGI
By David Bicknell
CGI to 'disaggregate' relationship with other suppliers involved in PND delivery; database expected to account for 6m searches this year
Management > Security > News
Effectiveness of security training queried as data breaches highlight human failings
By David Bicknell
AXELOS warns organisations are putting their reputation, customer trust and competitive advantage at risk by failing to provide relevant and innovative cyber awareness training
Management > Security > News
Sloppy human error still prime cause of data breaches
By David Bicknell
FOI data from ICO reveals usual failings: loss of paperwork, data sent to wrong recipients, insecure disposal of hardware and paperwork, loss or theft of unencrypted devices, and failure to redact data
Management > Security > News
Bradford trust forges ahead with data management transition
By David Bicknell
Foundation trust's transfer of 1.7m cardiology images into BridgeHead archive follows earlier radiology success
Management > Security > News
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