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ICO annual report highlights funding and staff challenges
By Neil Merrett
Having completed her first full year in the information commissioner role, Elizabeth Denham has set out key upcoming challenges as a result of GDPR introduction next May
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Government to invest £21m in beefing up NHS data and cyber security
By David Bicknell
Response to WannaCry attacks and National Data Guardian’s review includes £21m capital fund for major trauma centres and NHS contract change requiring organisations to adopt data security standards including contingency plans to respond to data security threats
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G4S awarded MoJ monitor tagging equipment contract
By Neil Merrett
Supplier, which is under ongoing investigation launched in 2013 over charging for previous tagging contract, appointed as sole provider of equipment to support electronic monitoring
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Blockchain technology could help transform criminal justice system, report argues
By David Bicknell
Police Foundation and CGI discuss need for digitisation to shake up a justice system beset by changing crimes, archaic practices, spending cuts and inefficient paper-based systems
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ICO outlines international strategy as Brexit and GDPR challenges loom
By Neil Merrett
New plan devised to learn from global developments in data protection and technology in order to complement broader work on improving public confidence in sharing information
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ICO: data use for DeepMind's Royal Free app test was illegal
By Neil Merrett
Royal Free London trust is allowed to continuing using Streams app developed with Google-owned company after agreeing to revise future testing and patient data use
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DCMS title rebrand puts 'Digital' front and centre
By Neil Merrett
The renamed Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is expected to retain existing structure and remit as new government continues to take shape
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GDS confirms leak of data.gov.uk user information
By Neil Merrett
Whitehall says details of users registered with data site before June 21, 2015 may have been wrongly published; claims no evidence of misuse
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BCS partnership targets NHS cyber security shortcomings
By Neil Merrett
Roadmap document outlines three year plan to introduce accredited IT professionals across entirety of the NHS to understand and adapt to threats and potential gaps in system security
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Walliker sets out Cheshire and Merseyside NHS trusts’ digital stall
By David Bicknell
Merseyside hospitals’ CIO discusses STPs, the global digital exemplars, NHS demand management, doctors’ fears over ‘paper free’ and tackling information governance and GDPR
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US standards group NIST publishes new digital identity guidelines
By David Bicknell
SP Suite 800-63, put together with UK identity peers’ help, gives identity proofing ‘a major overhaul’ including breaking down level of assurance into its independent parts
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Weak passwords blamed as Parliament recovers from cyber attack
By David Bicknell
Around 1% of 9000 parliamentary network email accounts compromised through use of passwords “that did not conform to guidance issued”; investigations continue over potential data loss
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NHS Digital outlines key elements of 2017/18 programme
By David Bicknell
Organisation plans to work on 15 technology projects with local authorities, and will work to assess digital maturity of care homes in order to beef up their information governance
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UCL suffers ransomware attack
By David Bicknell
University says infection had impacted a number of users’ personal and shared drives; UCLH NHS trust said it was unaffected by attack
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ICO fines Gloucester over cyber-attack handling
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator argues £100,000 monetary penalty is fair response to prevent further failures by authorities to patch systems against well publicised flaws that can compromise systems; council considers appeal
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