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Report warns government over lack of AI and robotics strategy
By Neil Merrett
Science committee says a failure to better prepare for automated technologies and delayed digital strategy publication risks missing out on potential benefits to public services, jobs and efficiency
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Ofcom: “reasonable grounds for belief” KCOM failed to maintain emergency services access
By David Bicknell
Ofcom investigation followed KCom’s own notification to the communications watchdog of a “temporary reduction in availability of its network”
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Singapore creates new government technology agency
By David Bicknell
‘GovTech’ will be key driver for the city state’s digital and data strategy; National Trade, MyInfo single sign-on consent plan, Parents Gateway and open data portal set to be key initiatives
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Whitehall plans security clusters pilot
By David Bicknell
Between four and six departments due to be involved in trial which is likely to begin this month
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New ICO boss: Brexit has left data protection plans ‘in state of flux’
By David Bicknell
Information Commissioner’s office to beef up technology expertise with new chief technology advisor appointment
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Royal Berks Fire and Rescue says it will beef up cyber security for ESMCP
By David Bicknell
Service will invest in cyber security over two years, while also undertaking significant asset refreshment exercise for end user devices
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ICO commits to privacy crackdown on IoT devices
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator committed to ensuring potential benefits of technologies like smart meters will not compromise privacy regulations on back of global study of 300 devices
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Tech start-ups urged to work with Wayra and GCHQ to beef up cyber response
By David Bicknell
Wayra will run new cyber accelerator programme to help start-ups develop new wave of security systems capable of foiling attacks
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Home Office reassures emergency services and Whitehall watchdogs over ESN “risk”
By David Bicknell
Home Office accepts NAO report recommendations but “does not agree” on “judgement about the Department’s acknowledgement of programme’s risk”
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Cyber security chief warns “too many attacks” are doing “far too much damage”
By David Bicknell
Head of the National Cyber Security Centre warns of scale of attacks and admits “in terms of defending against them we are not, yet, good enough”
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NAO seeks clearer, consolidated Whitehall cyber security focus
By Neil Merrett
Cabinet Office must go further with information management reforms to streamline how it supports and provides guidance to departments for safeguarding data and systems
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GCHQ wants to cook up ‘Great British Firewall'
By David Bicknell
Flagship project being mooted would provide automated defence with ISPs ‘blocking’ their customers from coming into contact with malware; current cyber defence "not, yet, good enough"
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NHS organisations warned to sort out their post-N3 connectivity
By David Bicknell
NHS organisations and network providers “must mobilise now” in order to be ready for the termination of the current network contract, argues Updata
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Aberdeen undertakes fibre network enhancement work
By Neil Merrett
Authority will work alongside Capita and CityFibre to overhaul how business and the public can access online services via the Scottish Wide Area Network
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For cyber security engineers, working for Whitehall fails coolness test
By David Bicknell
MoJ blog argues the best cyber security specialists should be incentivised and encouraged to shape departmental security practices “along the lines they feel comfortable”
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