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September 5, 2017  8:15 AM

Learning from success: the Plymouth Cybersecurity Skills Partnership

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, CREST, cybersecurity, Fraud, IAAC, iot, NCFTA, Piracy, telecare

On September 12th the Digital Policy Alliance will review progress (including lessons learned) with its pilot local Cybersecurity Skills Partnership. The meeting will also include contributions on the current state of the UK’s national security skills programmes and discussion on how to join...

June 20, 2016  10:44 AM

CMS Select Committee turns Cybersecurity reporting focus from breaches to performance

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
.ico, BCS, Big Data, Cyber security, FCC, IASME, IET

The press release  for the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee


June 17, 2016  11:21 AM

Lack of co-operation on cyber skills costs London more than membership of the EU costs the UK

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Brexit, Cisco, CompTIA, CREST, IBM, IET, ISACA, London, NCA

I have been asked to change the headline of my blog yesterday on the case for supporting a London Cyber Security Skills...


February 8, 2016  2:12 PM

How do we ensure digital apprenticeships are fit for purpose?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
Apprenticeship, BCS, CEDMA, Cisco Systems, CompTIA, FE, Google, HE, IBM, Internet of Things, ISEB, Microsoft, OfQual, Oracle, QCF, SFA, Trailblazer, Y2K


The House Of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee Enquiry into


January 4, 2016  6:43 PM

UK Digital Strategy – two weeks to give your views on how the UK will cross “the next frontier”

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Cabinet office, DCMS, Defra, Digital strategy, RAeGDS, Skills


On the 29th December, while most of the world's digital leaders were off-line , Ed Vaizey called for inputs to digitalstrategy@culture.gov.uk...


January 28, 2015  11:12 AM

Will Companies’ House liability for damages help trigger better approach to identity governance?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
Amazon, BCS, Cabinet office, Data governance, Data protection, Google, privacy, Surveillance, Yahoo, Zoopla

We have much debate about information security and data protection but far more harm is caused because accurate information is not available when and where it is needed. The Cabinet Office "liability avoidance" approach to identity and authorisation policy has long been driven by the need to...


September 18, 2014  4:22 PM

Political uncertainty is the biggest barrier to creating a UK broadband infrastructure

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, C&G, CLA, DCIS, DCMS, DPA, FCS, FISP, FSB, Inca, INTUG, ISOC-UK, LEP, NEN, Network, PSNGB, techUK

How many times a day, week, month or year would you be dead if your Internet connection was your life support system. I...


September 8, 2014  12:47 PM

Reconciling the Cabinet Office Digital by Default strategy with DCMS Digital Infrastructure Strategy

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Bloatware, Broadband, BT, budget, carta, DCMS, Defra, G-Cloud, Hyperoptic, Internt, Net Neutrality, Ofcom, PSN

The responses to my attempt to drum up inputs to the DCMS Digital Infrastructure Strategy Consultation are beginning to come in and it looks as though the short order


August 5, 2013  9:44 PM

How do we make the UK a globally trusted location for e-commerce?

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Bedfordshire, competition, confidence, Cranfield, cyberbullying, Fraud, Greenwich, Hacking, IET, kent, Lancashire, London, LSE, niversity, Northumbria, Strathclyde, Surveillance, trust, Universitiy

The current global controversies over cyberbullying (including over Twitter), fraud (where...


March 2, 2013  12:29 PM

Eastleigh, Immigration and IT Skills

Philip Virgo Profile: Philip Virgo
BCS, Conservative, ConservativeHome, Gartner, IDPM, India, IT skills, UKBA

One of the lessons from the Eastleigh election is that the 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


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