UK cyber attack ‘when, not if’

A major cyber attack on the UK is a case of ‘when, not if’, says the head of the National Cyber Security Centre.

One in four trust news on social media

A new survey has shown that only 24 per cent of the UK population trust social media channels when looking for news and information.

CEO appointed to drive Police ICT

The board of directors of the Police ICT Company has appointed Ian Bell to the role of chief executive officer.

UK and France to strengthen links in tech sector and AI

Britain and France’s leading tech sectors will be brought closer together with plans for a digital conference to promote deeper integration in the digital economy.

Cyber crime costs report published

The Home Office has published findings from the ‘Costs of Cyber Crime Working Group’ that ran from 2014-2016 in a new report.

Culture is the secret ingredient for digital transformation

Terry Storrar explains why cultural change is central to digital transformation projects in the public sector

Scan4Safety – Insight from a demonstrator site

Rob Drag shares the progress and benefits of the Scan4Safety programme at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust as it nears the completion of its initial phase

Improving the life chances of Essex’s youth

Essex County Council is creating a single record of a child from birth to adulthood. Emma Toublic discusses the initiative's positive impact

The importance of web accessibility

The local government sector can no longer ignore the importance of web accessibility, says Hilary Stephenson

The top read GT articles of 2017

Technology will continue to change the way services are run in 2018. But before we look forward, GT takes a look back at our top read features from last year

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