'I am very dismayed at the accessibility of some of these networks,' says Department of Homeland Security's Marty Edwards
Home Secretary tells Joint Committee that bulk data collection and Investigatory Powers Bill plans don't equate to mass surveillance
MoJ may just be realising that the tower model isn't for the department - after completing most of its transition already
Serco brushes off MoD contract loss
Open Rights Group's Jim Killock warns that the SNP may be planning a national ID system for Scotland by the back door
Government specifies which type of projects capital receipts can be spent on
UK government plans to weaken encryption 'threatens way of life, privacy and economic stability', warns Apple
'Strong encryption is vital to protecting innocent people from malicious actors,' Apple says in evidence released by Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee
Government shouldn't have 'willy-nilly' right to access citizen's private data, says Information Commissioner
And why do you need all this data for 12 months, asks Information Commissioner Christopher Graham
Mass surveillance and bulk data collection won't prevent terrorism, warns ex-NSA director William Binney
Binney tells Joint Committee of MPs and Lords that targeted surveillance could've prevented 9/11
Ed Vaizey tells me superfast broadband is 'on time and under budget'. I - and many UK citizens - beg to differ
Lies, damned lies, statistics etc.
Microsoft back in court over US access to Irish servers - 'could have impact' on Safe Harbour talks, says firm
The case rolls on, but at what cost?
Council as a service: How Windsor and Maidenhead's CIO is tearing up the local government IT rulebook
'The real problem is ease of service' explains Rocco Labellarte
Data retention, encryption, filtering and backdoors all problematic, parliamentary committee told
Also promises more support and less red tape for SMEs
Government CTO Liam Maxwell 'delighted' to have Patterson back at GDS following stint at DVLA
'Surprisingly large organisations still have little idea who is able to access vital assets,' warns 8MAN
Businesses must ensure they meet international data transfer requirements, especially in light of Safe Harbour rulings, writes Intralinks global privacy officer Deema Freij
Government is just putting data out there and waiting to see what people do with it because it doesn't have a clue, says TechUK director
Simon Colvin, partner at law firm Pinsent Masons, and Justin Chan, the firm's legal director, discuss what the recent government spending review means for public-sector suppliers, and the UK's citizens
NAO says increasing costs and leadership changes are some of the reasons why the Common Agricultural Policy programme has failed to live up to expectations
Senior adviser for innovation encourages private sector to exploit 'billion-euro opportunity'
Sportscotland: 'We had little control over what information was being shared or who it was shared with'
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has already hired two former GDS employees this year as it reshapes its IT team
Panelists at Computing's Enterprise Security Summit debate whether or not SMBs need Cyber Essentials programme