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Government introduces cutting-edge lab to spearhead digital services

Holborn will become a hotbed of research as the public sector transforms service delivery

Galileo satellite artists image copyright ESA J Huart 2014

Russian software bug blamed for EU's Galileo satellite orbit error

European Space Agency says the satellites are under control, but unclear how much use to project

The Cabinet Office in London

Government attracts over 100 high-flying private-sector tech experts

Recruitment drive sees the government bolster is civil service ranks with digital skills

Racing Post slammed by ICO for poor website security after major breach

Companies urged to be ready for cyber attacks

FBI investigating cyber strike on JP Morgan

Hackers believed to be Russian

ICO fines Ministry of Justice £180,000 for unencrypted data gaffe at 75 prisons

Staff at prisons did not realise encryption on devices had to be turned on

EU Galileo satellites launched into space

EU also signs €500m deal with Arianespace for future launches

HP signs China deal for Helion community cloud deployments

OpenStack-based services to be provided by Chinese partner Beijing UnionRead

UK government invests £1.6m in HyperCat Internet of Things group

Consortium wants bins to talk to lampposts

ICO raids Welsh call centre after spam text bombardment

Servers and documents seized in raid in Llanelli

More students taking ICT GCSEs, but 98 percent still shun tech subjects

Technology-based subjects still lag behind more traditional study areas

GCHQ launches cyber war games to find future spooks

Cyber security challenge contestants tasked to defend fictional aerospace firm

G-Cloud sales surge by £30m to almost £250m

Central government continues to adopt cloud services while the wider public sector lags behind

CERT-UK launches East Midlands-focused anti-hacker cell

Regional service to facilitate threat data-sharing between firms, government and academia

Hackers break into Nuclear Regulatory Commission computers

Leaked internal investigation report chronicles security woes

Government faces £224m payout to Raytheon over canned e-Borders projects

Another failed IT project from Whitehall to hurt taxpayers

BYOD schemes at London councils branded pitiful by UK think tank

Camden Council leads the way with bring-your-own-device schemes while others lag behind

EU justice commissioner slams Google and Right to be Forgotten critics

Promises reform is workable and economically advantageous

Cloud firms unprepared for EU data protection law overhaul

Firms have a year to get their house in order

US Air Force cyber war games launch in the UK

Northrop Grumman and Cyber Security Challenge team up to find ‘CyberCenturions'

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