The UK is losing the cyberwar, a top GCHQ director has acknowledged, despite a central government funding boost worth nearly £1bn over the past five years. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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10th March, 2016
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The UK is losing the cyberwar, a top GCHQ director has acknowledged, despite a central government funding boost worth nearly £1bn over the past five years.

Spy chief admits UK is losing cyber security battle
 
Policy

A Public Accounts Committee report has slammed the UK Home Office for its botched e-borders programme, which it says will cost taxpayers over £1bn and still not deliver the desired end-results.

Home Office slammed over e-borders fiasco
 
Conferences and Events

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) has been shortlisted for a UK-wide healthcare technology award for a recent programme of digital transformation and the development of effective digital resources.

NES nominated for National Healthcare Technology Award
 
Digital Procurement

An influential think tank says the government could save up to £10bn a year – simply by improving the way Whitehall procures goods and services.

Government could save billions by using online procurement, think tank says
 
New Product / Technology

The House of Commons has confirmed that every vote that takes place in the House of Commons will now be recorded on tablets.

House of Commons embraces electronic voting via tablets
 
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