• Professor Harith Alani, director of the Knowledge Management Institute at the Open University explains how AI can be used for good and bad.

  • The government-backed Cyber Essentials certification scheme is based around five key technical controls that organisations should aspire to.

  • The world is engulfed by a digital transformation, and everyone, even the public sector, will need to engage with new digital technologies and solutions.


  • Gary Moffatt, director at Chubb Fire & Security explores the benefits of and best practices for security cameras in a changing world, on behalf of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).

  • In creating our Manifesto for Stronger Places, ADEPT has stepped into new territory, because we all know our local places deserve better, but we need policy as well as investment to make a difference, explains Hannah Bartram, chief executive officer, ADEPT.

Socitm has reported that the public sector successfully embraced the development of digital practices in the face of the coronavirus pandemic last year.

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has published new analysis on the use of data in local government during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and London Councils have launched a new taskforce to tackle digital exclusion in the city and source new and upcycled electronic devices for children learning remotely, as well as adults working from home.

New research from Citizens Advice has found that more than one in six people are struggling to afford their broadband during the third lockdown.

As many as 60 per cent of UK local authorities have difficulty accessing the data they need to make effective decisions that will support local energy projects.

The Welsh Government is investing £4.9 million to improve digital public services so that they are easier and slicker for people to use.

The Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office has announced the appointment of three senior Digital, Data and Technology leaders by the government.

MPs have criticised the ‘litany’ of failures from DCMS which has meant that business and homes in rural areas could be locked out of gigabit broadband.