Four technology companies are set to collaborate to hinder the spread of violent, extremist images and video on their websites.

Sadiq Khan has unveiled a £7 million programme to help young Londoners access jobs in the capital’s digital industry.

The House of Commons has passed the Digital Economy Bill, without a vote, meaning it is now up to the House of Lords to decide if the Bill will become law.

In its latest report, Nesta has called on the government to ring-fence £4 million to enable data scientists to sift councils’ ‘data goldmines’.

New research has claimed that 64 per cent of London’s councils have experienced a data breach in the last four years.

Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to announce £400m of funding for a new Digital Infrastructure Investment Fund.

The Defra Data Programme will place a stronger focus on bovine TB, earth observation and flood data.

A new agreement for traffic management technology products and services has been launched by the Crown Commercial Service.

Hounslow Council has started implementation of a digital customer service strategy, by selecting a cloud based ‘real-time’ case management system by UK based software company, Jadu.

Wrexham Council is set to decide on whether to go ahead with a plan to spend up to £32,000 to procure replacement iPads for councillors in 2017.

The introduction of the new state pension has been successfully introduced because of minimum changes to DWP's IT systems.

The Crown Commercial Service has announced that the new and improved Technology Products 2 (TP2) agreement has gone live.

Chancellor Phillip Hammond has announced a £1.9 billion government cybersecurity strategy whereby automatic defences will be implemented to stop hackers hijacking websites or spoofing official domains.

Broadband suppliers will now have to present clearer adverts on the costs of their contracts.

Data has revealed that 86 per cent of local authorities spent nothing on IT security training this year.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced that the UK is set to invest up to £256 million to boost the defence of military cyber systems.

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