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GDS backs pilot to test digital identity for banking across borders
By David Bicknell
Government Digital Service part of consortium that also includes HSBC, Barclays, Orange, OT-Morpho and the Open Identity Exchange
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DWP rejects charity's Universal Credit pause calls
By Neil Merrett
Citizens Advice urges a halt on expansion of benefit reforms to address user ID concerns; DWP claims alternatives in place for minority unable to use GOV.UK Verify
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Blockchain technology could help transform criminal justice system, report argues
By David Bicknell
Police Foundation and CGI discuss need for digitisation to shake up a justice system beset by changing crimes, archaic practices, spending cuts and inefficient paper-based systems
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US standards group NIST publishes new digital identity guidelines
By David Bicknell
SP Suite 800-63, put together with UK identity peers’ help, gives identity proofing ‘a major overhaul’ including breaking down level of assurance into its independent parts
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Weak passwords blamed as Parliament recovers from cyber attack
By David Bicknell
Around 1% of 9000 parliamentary network email accounts compromised through use of passwords “that did not conform to guidance issued”; investigations continue over potential data loss
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ONS updates annual progress on digital Census data drive
By Neil Merrett
Acting head of organisation’s Admin Data Census programme notes impact of new Digital Economy Act on broadening Whitehall information it can pool together
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ICO fines Gloucester over cyber-attack handling
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator argues £100,000 monetary penalty is fair response to prevent further failures by authorities to patch systems against well publicised flaws that can compromise systems; council considers appeal
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Janet Hughes sets out stall on what a digital organisation looks like
By David Bicknell
Former Verify lead says there is plenty of advice on what a good digital service looks like, but less on how to turn your whole organisation digital; describes a 'digital superhero' as "a single point of failure"
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Ongoing Windows XP use among Met Police data audit concerns
By Neil Merrett
Despite praising some good practice around security manuals and guidance provided to the force's staff, data regulator warns there is considerable to improve data management
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Vendors partner up as clock ticks louder towards GDPR debut
By David Bicknell
With GDPR now just a year away, and NHS cyber-attacks fresh in the memory, suppliers of management consultancy, archiving and testing services are keen to highlight their expertise
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Australian government partners with postal service for ID assurance overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Government seeks to integrate the post office’s identity technology with its systems to support single federated solution to access public and private sector functions
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Home Office Biometrics mulls fingerprint tech procurement feasibility
By Neil Merrett
Potential suppliers are being sought to help determine existing marketplace capacity to provide fingerprint devices and capture software for use with frontline law enforcement
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Conservative Party manifesto highlights cyber, digital and data ethics initiatives
By David Bicknell
Commitments include an expert Data Use and Ethics Commission, a new data protection law, strengthened cyber security standards and reduced data duplication across government
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ICO to investigate data analytics use in UK elections
By Neil Merrett
Initially focused on last year’s EU referendum with a view to wider campaigning, the UK’s data regulator will consider the legality of how personal data is being used for electioneering
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Manifesto commits Tories to Verify
By David Bicknell
Manifesto includes Whitehall shake-up plan to combine parts of Land Registry, Ordnance Survey, Valuation Office, Hydrographic Office and Geological Survey to create “comprehensive geospatial data body within government, the largest repository of open land data in the world”
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