Digital Single Market Commission Ansip takes a soft soap approach to EU/US transatlantic digital issues.
The fate of Verify has been up in the air for a long time, but the Cabinet Office yesterday put an end to the speculation with a decision to hand over responsibility to the private sector.
My native state of West Virginia is known for its ancient, majestic mountains, its dreary coal mining camps and its favored proximity to paradise (as in “Almost Heaven”). Technological innovation? Not so much. Until now.
Digital Minister Matt Hancock has threatened to hold Facebook's "feet to the fire". Why not just ask Zuckerberg harder questions than U.S. politicians did?
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces tough questions from Congress next week. He's going to have to do better than this...
Tech entrepreneurs eye secure online voting. Voatz thinks a combination of blockchain and biometrics provides a safe and secure answer.
Is our future bright or dark in an era of data capitalism? Digital government has a pivotal role in turning citizens into tomorrow's empowered subscribers
The European Union is moving in the right direction on digital public service delivery in the main, but there are still issues that need to be addressed, not least around user centricity and transparency.
With 2018 U.S. elections looming, the government has done little to reinforce the security of the American electoral process in the aftermath of what intelligence agencies agree was a major Russian cyber operation designed to sway the 2016 Presidential contest.
An ID card by any other name or a valuable single digital identity to help deliver public services? The Irish Government's Public Services Card is a data protection controversy that isn't going away.
French energy supplier, Engie, began using Okta to get a single view of the company to roll out Office 365, but is now using it for broader digital plans.
President Trump is to chair a technology council aimed at upgrading US government IT. How many tech leaders are going to step up and advise to ensure this heads in the right direction?
There is growing uncertainty around the future viability of the government’s identity assurance platform, Verify. What does that mean for GaaP?