In an unprecedented age where secure and efficient collaboration is paramount, the Central Digital and Data Office has taken a significant stride forward by collaborating with Microsoft and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to develop comprehensive guidance for the …
Publishing a security.txt file to help finders report vulnerabilities has now been championed for use across government following endorsement by the Open Standards Board and the Data Standards Authority’s Steering Board.
An important update on work to remove gsi-family domains from the public sector including what to do if you believe you still have an active domain.
Public sector organisations are no longer using gsi-family domains and therefore they are scheduled for removal by the beginning of April. Read this post to find out more.
The Future Network for Government programme is launching pre-market engagement and industry consultation to help determine future ways of working - here the FN4G team explain the plans and announces a launch event.
The Securing Government Services team found and fixed a curious problem regarding email security
In this blog post, we explain the decision behind changing our testing requirements for Internet Explorer 11 in the Service Manual.
When the GOV.UK Pay team noticed some test payments were failing, they set about working out what was happening and how to fix it. Here’s what they did.
The Data Standards Authority and NHS Digital have published a case study about how NHS Digital used API management to build and maintain APIs more efficiently, securely and scalably.
How we improved Notify’s performance by upgrading the software we use, and what we learned along the way.
Central Digital and Data Office's new Chief Technology Officer, Dan Bailey, outlines plans for the Office of the Chief Technology Officer and the CTO Council.