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GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre outlines 8 ways to improve UK’s cyber security

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Government unveils tech-based industrial strategy focusing on AI, 5G and robotics

The government has outlined its post-Brexit industrial strategy, with plans for £4.7bn to invest in research and development (RD) in technology such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and 5G communications.  The funding is intended to ensure the UK can capitalise on its expertise in such technologies, according to the ten-point plan, dubbed Building our Industrial Strategy, unveiled today.  The adoption ... Read More »

The ABC of employment law developments in 2017 for CIOs

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GCHQ to run cyber-security competition targeting tech-smart teen girls

GCHQ has announced plans to run a competition for tech-smart teenage girls in the UK in a bid to encourage more women to consider careers in cyber security. Billed as “an exciting competition to inspire and encourage young girls to consider a career in cyber”, the CyberFirst Girls Competition has been set up by GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), ... Read More »

Digitised tax puts SMBs "at a loss" alleges Pandle

SMBs could find themselves “at a loss” due to the “weak systems” being utilised by HMRC, according to the founder of accountancy software firm Pandle. Lee Murphy was responding to the Treasury’s plans to digitise the tax reporting process for businesses – a move the Treasury Committee has now found contains “serious shortcomings”. Murphy believes “rushed system development” could cause ... Read More »

City regulator FCA admits losing thousands of sensitive documents

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Barts NHS Trust Windows XP PCs infected with suspected ransomware

The NHS has, once again, fallen victim to a suspected ransomware attack, with the largest NHS Trust in the UK admitting the attack today.  In a notice on its website, Barts Health NHS Trust warned: “We are urgently investigating this matter and have taken a number of drives offline as a precautionary measure. “We have already established that the Cerner ... Read More »

NHS IT director jailed for taking bribe to award IT contracts

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Scotland needs a long-term digital plan or risks being left behind

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Ofgem turns screw on energy companies in a bid to make December 2020 smart meter roll-out deadline

Ofgem is consulting energy suppliers over potential tweaks to their smart meter roll-out plans in a bid to force the companies to stick to the December 2020 deadline for their projects to be completed. Energy suppliers are obliged by the regulator to submit their plans to Ofgem in order to achieve the roll-out of smart meters by the end of ... Read More »

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