With widespread predictions of increased cyber attacks in the coming year, it’s time for public sector bodies and citizens alike to ensure they’re protected from online threats.
By 2020 worldwide data is set to reach 44 zetabytes, generated by an estimated 5.9 billion smart phones and 200 billion IoT devices. This simply means there’s a lot more to aim at for cyber criminals.
End of days? (Probably not)
Those of a hyperbolic persuasion have cautioned 2016 as the beginning of international cyber warfare and inter country cyber espionage, citing a possible cybergeddon.
Last week The Washington Post quoted Ted Koppel as saying that ‘when it comes to cyberwarfare and cyberterrorism, we need to think of the unthinkable”.
This infographic from LSA Systems outlines some of the essentials needed to hold back any imminent cyber-attack in 2016.
The ICO has revealed more details of how it plans to share its guidance on the EU General Data Protection Regulation
Single page that brings together all the things that are available to help teams building government services
A number of serious shortcomings in HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative have been identified in a report by the Commons Treasury select committee.
Council library services should be doing more to make it easier for people to sign up and use their e-books, e-magazines and e-audio services says the latest report from Better Connected