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10 reasons to become an ethical hacker

In this article, Damon Culbert explains how ethical hackers are cybersecurity experts who go head to head with cybercriminals: read his reasons why you should become an ethical hacker.
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UK Digital Secretary meets those harmed by the internet

An upcoming White Paper will outline steps government will take to ensure the UK is a safer place to be online for those harmed by the internet
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First live 5G factory trials have begun at Worcestershire 5G Testbed

The trials, led by Worcestershire LEP and Worcestershire County Council, mark the first time that the British industry has deployed 5G and it is set to transform the sector.
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Who can see your personal data and browsing history?

With news of data breaches hitting the headlines on an alarmingly regular basis in the last few years, people are starting to give more thought to protecting their own personal data and browsing history.
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Why do some countries censor the internet?

The current technological movement gives the impression that the internet is unrestrained: read on to find out about seven countries enforcing censorship of the internet.
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7 tips for drivers to stay safe online

According to Action Fraud, all forms of cyber fraud cost victims around £34.6 million between April and September last year.
accessibility

Accessibility: The key to making government work better

Joshue O Connor, Head of Accessibility (Interim) at Government Digital Service (GDS) argues that accessibility is the key component of making government work better.
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Approaching digital transformation in government: The Internet is OK 

Peter Miller from Visionist Ltd explains his perspective on approaching digital transformation in government and the move toward cloud-based solutions.
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UK Businesses urged to claim £2500 voucher for broadband boost

UK businesses are being urged to make use of a £2500 voucher for a broadband boost before the government scheme closes due to high demand
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The technological skills of the global elderly population

The technological skills that elderly people possess are ranged — they have smartphones, know how to Skype and have their own Facebook profiles. But, does it depend on what country you live in as to whether the older locals have a grip on the latest technology?
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Meeting the challenge of full fibre broadband for new high-rise developments

Andy Mackintosh, National Sales Manager – Fibre Networks at Power On Connections explains how the challenge of full fibre broadband for new high-rise developments can be met.
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Solving Scotland’s broadband shortfall

Richard Watts, Head of Business Development at VXFIBER assesses whether the open access model can allow local authorities to solve Scotland’s lack of high-speed broadband connectivity.
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Rural areas to benefit from £45 million investment in broadband

Rural businesses and communities are set to benefit from improved broadband access as part of a £45 million boost by the government
online safety

Government announce new UK council to improve online safety

Expanding the scope of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS), and guided by the government’s Internet Safety Strategy,  the UK Council for Internet Safety (UKCIS) will work to improve the online safety of everyone in the UK.
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Full fibre broadband and 5G future for all

Mandatory full fibre broadband for all new build homes and new priority to connect hard-to-reach rural areas are key measures proposed in a national, long-term strategy for UK telecommunications
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Parents demand tougher age verification laws to protect children online

Over half of UK parents believe that age restrictions are not working effectively and want stricter verification laws to be introduced online, according to new research
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Millions of over 55s not online and missing out on essential services

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that a whopping 4.7 million people (making up 94% of all 'non-users') over the age of 55 are not online. The report warns that they could be at risk of missing out on essential services provided by companies that continue to move their businesses online

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