Costs must be mitigated as it no longer makes sense to impose a tariff
ONS estimates that there were more than 5 million cases of cybercrime and fraud last year.
Find out more on how to get involved with techUK's Internet of Things Council.
An update from the Programme CORTISONE Team regarding the publication of the contract notice.
Leading figures from economics, venture capital, legal, civil service and more join forces to help ensure the UK Digital Economy thrives post-Brexit
DHS highlight approaches and suggested practices to fortify the security of the IoT
On Friday 13th January techUK members heard from the UK’s first Cyber Envoy to the United States Andy Williams.
“UK tech needs a smooth and orderly Brexit in order to power the new era of Global Britain”
Tech's top women recognised for achievements in the sector.
techUK welcomes new funding proposals on fibre but calls on Government to put in place right incentives for next generation infrastructure investment
The accelerator, part of the Government’s new Cheltenham Cyber Innovation Centre, will help boost the country’s £22 billion cyber security sector
The Home Office is looking for secondees from industry for its new Joint Security and Resilience Centre.
Government plans to transform UK energy system delivering an affordable, resilient, low carbon future welcomed.
How will companies be affected by the new proposals, and what we will see next from the Government?
Workshops announced on Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund in January
Industry’s first framework for the IoT launched by techUK to create a simplified framework in the digital revolution
Government asked Future Communications Challenge Group to provide advice on what the UK should do to be a world leader in 5G.
European Commission's FFDI Communication proposals risk driving data-driven innovation out of Europe
Today’s proposals for a European Data Economy fall far short of the ambition to create a Digital Single Market.
Procurement process part of the UnITy programme to replace the ICT services currently provided to Defra
Paul Hide, techUK, reports back from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
Paul Hide, techUK, reports back from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Our team discusses their highlights for 2016 including display improvements, voice interaction and AR; and debate where this might take us in 2017 ahead of CES
Initiative will arm academics with the support to transform cutting-edge cyber research ideas into commercial products
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