I have now read many comparisons of the party manifestos but, as I have said previously, most commented on what they wanted or did not want to see. The most succinct is
The announcement of the Government's Digital Strategy has been postponed until after the Referendum but some of the elements are emerging. One is the death of Verify,
A couple of weeks ago I blogged on why insurers regard Big Data as the new asbestos: the source of massive claims triggered by the leakage and legacy of a useful but widely...
Yesterday this blog was devoted to Jim Prideaux's take on the budget. Last night a reader pointed out the reason for the ambiguity,
Few outside the community of those obsessed with digital identity will keep up to date with postings and comments on the Gov.UK Identity Assurance Blog but a regular reader recently drew my attention to a recent posting, on "
We are bombarded with messages to promote new security technologies when most organisations the lack skills to make effective use of existing products and services to protect themselves and their customers against fraud and abuse. Too many compete for supposedly competant and experienced experts,...
I have been very business over the last week but hope to make time over the week-end to blog my responses to the Autumn statement, particularly a welcome for:
Over the past few weeks I have received a flow of e-mails regarding the status of the Cabinet Office IDAP programme.
Is it making steady progress towards creating a market framework for inter-operable identity systems?
Or is it muddying the waters by trying to coerce...