GOV.UK does a helpful reminder about some set of data protection changes apparently on their way soon. Who knew?
With just two months to go until GDPR rules come into force, number of related job ads has massively spiked - with pay on offer coming in at nearly double the average British salary
Pressure to act building on regulators to take decisive action in the light of shocking #UncoveringCambridgeAnalytica revelations of last few days
A shocking survey by the Federation of Small Businesses points to a woeful lack of preparedness for sweeping data regulations now less than three months from implementation
The biggest difference between this and the Millennium Bug crisis: 'There’s no wondering if the new legislation will happen, says the Information Commissioner. 'It will.'
Most UK citizens don’t trust organisations with their data, says the privacy watchdog. Hardly a reassuring fact as we try and prep for GDPR...
Study finds crazy mix of old and new tech being used side by side in our hospitals, often with no security considerations
Sky News says the sharing of patients' records between the NHS and the search giant "raises fresh concerns over the way the NHS handles data"
Information Commissioner opens debate on problematic issue of profiling under imminent EU data protection legislation, looks for UK IT community to stakeholders to share its views
techUK says we need more support for innovation, technical education in schools and in every day life, new thinking on work visas and a pre-Brexit ICO boost. Will Number 11 give us any of this wish list this afternoon, though?