Blockchain will underpin all public services in the future, according to Mariya Gabriel, the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society.
A new report released by the CBI, the UK’s business leaders association, explains why close alignment after Brexit is crucial.
The National Cyber Security Centre’s annual report outlines the most significant cyber challenges facing business over the coming months.
The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica furore has dominated headlines, but GDPR is just a few weeks away and businesses need to prepare.
Australia’s federal Digital Transformation Agency is considering how to simplify procurement practices and get more SMEs working with government.
CIO Barry Lowry says great citizen services sit at the heart of his approach for Ireland, with a strong focus on data sharing.
Mike Bracken headed up GDS in the early days and has weighed in on the controversial decision to move data functions into DCMS.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces tough questions from Congress next week. He's going to have to do better than this...
The Committee for Exiting the EU has laid also said that EFTA/EEA membership should remain an option, in case an agreement isn’t reached.
The CLOUD Act ends a long legal dispute between the DoJ and Microsoft over data held on a server in Ireland. Privacy concerns are raised.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is taking control of data policy and governance, away from Government Digital Service (GDS).
Brexit is one of the biggest economic challenges the UK has faced in decades. Damage limitation will rely on new systems and data sharing agreements.
The £5 million Ada Lovelace Institute is a timely announcement, given the furore surrounding Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica scandal.