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Disability and ethnicity pay gap reporting will become mandatory following a government consultation, so organisations should prepare now, advises Rachel Mapleston from MHR.
Before the UK decriminalisation of homosexuality (Sexual Offences Act 1967) and technology united LGBT voices, gay life for many men and women was very difficult: either complete denial of your true self or living a double life.
Many large-scale organisations in the public sector are becoming increasingly aware of their vulnerability to cyber security attacks, so how do we fix digital security in the public sector?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was brought into force in May 2018 to safeguard the rights of consumers online, it was widely publicised at the time but recent research reveals SME owners are still unaware of regulations.
Tony Anderson, Business Development Manager at Arqiva, explains how smart meters are measuring up to be one of the most debated topics for today's energy industry.
Lavi Lazarovitz, Head of CyberArk Labs security research examines security systems, the rise of cyber attacks and the need to increase the protection of our data.
Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners explains how local government can benefit from document management technology, as well as his thoughts on GDPR-compliance.
A Government survey conducted last year, as part of the National Cyber Security Programme, revealed 46% of UK businesses experienced at least one cybersecurity breach or attack in 2017
R.T. Lawlor, Z. Kozlakidis and M. Bledsoe from the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories note challenges in GDPR in biobanking for precision medicine.
Paul Parker, chief technologist, federal and national government, SolarWinds looks into the importance of two-factor authentication for the public sector as digital crime increases
Jan Wörner, Director General of The European Space Agency (ESA) speaks to us about his priorities for enhancing the competitiveness of the European space sector.
Roderick Crawford, Director of Public Sector at SAS UK & Ireland assesses the governments determination to improve the relationship between the general public and the public sector.
In one way or another, your business has been impacted by the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although this legislation has been enforced by the European Parliament, it will continue to impact businesses around the world that have relationships with European consumers.
A recent survey has revealed that a whopping 1 in 3 businesses admit that they are still not fully GDPR compliant despite new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws being in full effect.
Michelle McGuire, Head of Risk and Compliance at GECKO Governance shares her views on blockchain from a compliance perspective.
Blockchain technology is being looked at in terms of solving fragmented supply chain management and logistics around the world.
James Aguilan, QA cybersecurity trainer at QA Limited details the business security challenges when it comes to the exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT)
With cyberattacks like WannaCry grabbing the headlines and bringing the NHS under increased scrutiny, it is now essential that healthcare organisations have their affairs in order when it comes to security and data protection
David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab discusses the unexpected side-effects of GDPR shortly after the new legislation came into effect
Michael Winterson, MD of Managed Services at global interconnection and data centre company, Equinix, provides his insight on blockchain for smart cities in the Open Access Government article