Weekly Data Roundup: Bupa employee steals 547,000 records

by sakinkugbe
This weeks’ Data Roundup covers; Bupa employee steals data, Newcastle City Council data breach, Brexit and lack of data sharing, Data & AI, Legal Case for GDPR.

Weekly Data Roundup: Government confirms national opt-out for patient data

by sakinkugbe
This weeks’ roundup covers; Government confirms national opt-out, Android ransomware, Apple plans new data centre, UK pay growth data and an NHS Digital Service allowing patients track their data.

Weekly Data Roundup: NHS & Google DeepMind Data Breach

by sakinkugbe
This weeks’ roundup covers; Google's DeepMind Data Breach, The Guardian’s view on patient data, Big Data security and Connected Cars and the Cloud.

Weekly Data Roundup: Petya is Not a Ransomware

by sakinkugbe
This weeks’ roundup covers; Petya wiper malware, colossal NHS mail blunder, Data issues hampering council transformation, Hospital fiddling with Data, New EU Privacy Laws and Government Data site leak.

Weekly Data Roundup: Facebook is sharing your data

by sakinkugbe
This weeks’ roundup covers; Facebook admits to sharing users' data, Amazon’s Whole Foods Purchase, the Queen’s Speech and Data Protection Rules, Alibaba taps user data, US data leak and EU seeks to outlaw backdoors.

Weekly Data Roundup: Council £150k data breach fine & MI5

by sakinkugbe
This week's roundup covers; Basildon Borough Council £150k data fine, increase in IT security budgets, falsified data in clinically trials, the value of data, the importance of data quality and M15 Data Governance breaches.

GDPR

by Aingaran Pillai
GDPR is all about data. And if your data is broken, then so is your strategy. With the countdown now on, here are some key issues that central and local government organisations and authorities need to consider:

Women in Technology

by Benson Kimani
The technology sector, which is growing twice as fast as the UK economy now contributes around £97bn a year, up 30% in five years, according to the Third Annual Tech Nation Report - Telegraph 2017. Despite this, gender imbalance in still an issue in the IT sector.

BeeCon 2017

by Mark Rogers
Bee Con 2017 has just finished in sunny Zaragoza, Spain. For those who do not know Bee Con is the independent Alfresco developer conference organised by the Order of the Bee. The organisation dedicated to keeping Alfresco as a free to use open source platform.

Imperial Graduate Work Shadowing - Arran

by Tracey Robinson
I am in my first year of studying Biological Sciences at Imperial College. Whilst Biology may seem like a subject well removed from IT services, computing is making its way into all parts of business and science. I signed up to the work shadowing scheme to see inside a functioning business and to explore possible routes for a career in business.

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