In August, techUK launched a guide for councillors on how the technologies of today and tomorrow can re-imagine public services to create the “council of the future”.

To follow the theme of CyberSecMonth, it was recently announced (but relatively under-reported) that the Ministry of Defence and GCHQ will be recruiting up to 2,000 new personnel to tackle cyber threats posed by an increasingly aggressive Russia and Islamic State.

From the October 2018 Digital Report - European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is an EU awareness campaign that promotes cyber security among citizens and organisations about the importance of information security.

On the 9th January 2018, the European Commission published a notice to stakeholders confirming that, post-Brexit, the UK will become a “third country” which may impact personal data transfers from the EU to the UK.

On 8th February, the House of Lords EU committee heard evidence from three executives from the IT sector

On 25th January, Theresa May spoke at the World Economic Forum in Davos and told world leaders that big tech firms need to take more responsibility for the content they host. 

Last Wednesday (31st January 2018), the Managing Director of 4D Data Centres was asked to speak on two separate panels at ‘Datacloud UK 2018’  in London.

Finance & Investment Forum 31st January - 1st February 2018, London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square

On 9th January, as part of her cabinet reshuffle, Theresa May made Margot James the new digital minister, replacing Matt Hancock who himself was promoted to Secretary of State.

expanding data post brexit

In November 2016, a Russian court of law found LinkedIn to be non-compliant with a ...