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GDS updates guidelines on secure connections and email practices
By David Bicknell
Advice mandates use of HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) setting and recommends 'p=reject' policy setting for secure email
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Brexit: Tech industry demands Whitehall publish digital strategy now
By Neil Merrett
Calls among several recommendations set out by techUK to try and protect key technology initiatives, including commitment to cross border data sharing
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ICO targets technical capability overhaul despite lack of Triennial review
By Neil Merrett
UK information commissioner Christopher Graham steps down from his role today calling for delayed government review of its structure and operations to be published
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Beyond go live: what next for GOV.UK Verify?
By Neil Merrett
With platform now classed as live service, ID assurance programme head Janet Hughes rules out expanding use for age checks or full replacement of Government Gateway
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Adobe sets sights on UK public sector managed cloud service needs
By Neil Merrett
Company in talks over expanding cloud service offerings to support demand for digital service transformation and self service offerings
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GOV.UK Verify set to "go live" next week
By David Bicknell
Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock reveals switchover plan in speech on data science ethical framework
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Council adopts EU-wide cybersecurity rules
By David Bicknell
Network and information security directive, due to come into force in August 2016, will increase co-operation between member states on cybersecurity
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HSCIC seeks ID authentication market engagement
By Neil Merrett
National data and IT systems provider seeks initial market feedback over citizen and enhanced staff access to online health services; tender process could launch in June or July
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DWP "evaluating" GOV.UK Verify for Universal Credit
By Neil Merrett
With work continuing to switch government ID assurance platform to a live service, senior Whitehall figure privately raises questions over suitability of system for higher level digital services
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