Government


  • NI: Lack of executive hindering fight against paramilitarism

    October 23, 2018

    The lack of political decision making in Northern Ireland has had a major adverse impact on efforts to combat paramilitarism, an independent commission has said. Northern Ireland has been without an executive since January 2017. The Independent Reporting Commission says the continuation of paramilitary activity 20 years after the Good Friday Agreement is unacceptable. The commission’s first report ...

  • UK Conservative Party conference app leaks MPs’ personal details

    September 29, 2018

    A mobile conferencing app developed for the UK’s Conservative Party leaked the private details of people who registered to attend party conferences, including the details of party members and UK government officials. The leak was discovered on Saturday afternoon, September 29, by Guardian columnist Dawn Foster who posted her findings on Twitter.  Foster discovered that anyone who ...

  • DMARC Compliance Lacking in 28 Percent of .Gov Agencies

    July 30, 2018

    Despite a looming deadline, over a quarter of federal agencies are still not using basic email security tools. ` As phishing ploys continue to take their toll on businesses, federal agencies have yet to fully protect themselves against such attacks with basic defenses like DMARC. With only months to go before the federal Binding Operational Directive ...

  • There’s a new £13.5m government-backed London office for cyber security innovation opening today at Plexal

    June 26, 2018

    The London Office for Rapid Cyber security Advancement (LORCA) has officially opened its doors today in East London. Launched by digital secretary Matt Hancock, LORCA will be run by tech innovation centre Plexal, located on the Here East digital campus inside Plexal City. The government-backed £13.5m centre will help the UK’s newest cyber security startups on their ...