The House of Lords European Union Committee has examined whether a no deal Brexit scenario is better than a bad deal – the answer is no it’s not.
A report by the Public Accounts Committee has said that banks need to be held accountable for online fraud and the Home Office needs to show leadership.
Three Conservative MPs brazenly declared on Twitter that they share their passwords with their office staff, prompting a warning by the ICO.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to meet European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker for lunch to discuss moving discussions forward.
As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
The Exiting the European Union Committee has released its second report on progress made towards a successful Brexit – plenty remains to be done.
Women and people with a disability are treated particularly badly, a BCS diversity report reveals. Men need to help drive the change from the top.
The news has received a mixed reaction – some say it’s a betrayal of G-Cloud and Digital Marketplace principles, whilst others expect longer term benefits.
In an age of AI and machine-learning, the future of war looks very different and needs some radical re-thinking of defence strategies from NATO states.
FirstNet Solutions says that the panoply of management implications and financial threats that lie behind lack of GDPR compliance is a big selling point.
The Public Accounts Committee has found that NHS England and a privately contracted company – NHS SBS – woefully mishandled sensitive patient data.
Student success is set to be a big focus for 2018 in higher education. Unit4’s Otmar Zewald outlines 12 trends that will empower students to achieve more
Opposition party Labour has said that coming up with an Industrial Strategy seven years after being in government is not enough.