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  • Prism
    Kevin Cahill FBCS looks at some of the legal implications of the European Court of Justice ruling in the ‘Safe Harbour’ case and at some of the implications for BCS members.
  • Jericho
    Justin Richards interviews Paul Simmonds, CEO, Global Identity Foundation, about the best ways of safeguarding data, security and the internet of things, security training, about his past work with the Jericho Forum, and his ongoing work with the GIF.
  • Tablet And Stethoscope
    The NHS remains a British institution which stimulates passionate debate irrespective of party politics. The challenge of providing universal healthcare free at the point of delivery is increasing as people live longer and expect more from the service.
  • Policy Hub
    Data is a story invariably told not in primary colours but in black and white. Or for those that prefer metaphors more subject-specific, digital data is a topic that prompts a response in binary.
  • Policy Hub
    The question of how consumer data can best be used as a force for economic good is rising up the political agenda. It was the subject of a lively and engaging debate at the Labour Party Conference hosted by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, and Prospect on 29 September.

Cyber to the Citizen

BCS has launched a new initiative, Cyber to the Citizen, to help people understand how to keep themselves safe online. The initiative is in conjunction with Get Safe Online.

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