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Parliament passes IP Bill as critics pledge further legal battle
By Neil Merrett
Surveillance powers that formalise government policy on encryption and data access are expected to pass into law in coming weeks, as tech industry calls for further clarity from Home Office
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MoD kicks off Cortisone engagement to overhaul medical capability
By Neil Merrett
Pre-tender valued at £100m seeks either single or multiple suppliers to provide off the shelf solutions to underpin interoperable forces-wide medical system
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MoD wants service management help for New Style of IT programme
By David Bicknell
Contract worth between £10m and £20m will run for just over two years to March 2019
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18-year-old named youngest ever UK cyber security champion
By David Bicknell
Ben Jackson beats off challenge from 41 other competitors at Masterclass event
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Stone to leave Ministry of Defence next Spring
By David Bicknell
Department confirmed that Stone has given six months notice of his intention to leave his post as CDIO at the end of March 2017
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MoD’s Stone said to have signalled his departure last week
By David Bicknell
MoD has yet to confirm Stone’s planned departure; Ivan Hooper, Defence ISS director of operations speculated as potential future interim replacement
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Questions re-emerge over Mike Stone’s future at MoD
By David Bicknell
CDIO is believed to be under contract until next year but questions remain over whether or not he will stay in his post; rumours that Stone resigned on Friday, with Ivan Hooper named as interim
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Cyber security chief warns “too many attacks” are doing “far too much damage”
By David Bicknell
Head of the National Cyber Security Centre warns of scale of attacks and admits “in terms of defending against them we are not, yet, good enough”
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GCHQ wants to cook up ‘Great British Firewall'
By David Bicknell
Flagship project being mooted would provide automated defence with ISPs ‘blocking’ their customers from coming into contact with malware; current cyber defence "not, yet, good enough"
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Former PAC chair Hodge takes aim again at Whitehall IT projects
By David Bicknell
Book, to be published this week, says committee would “laugh at the very idea” that a new IT project “might be introduced on time, within budget and save money”
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MoD consults on service management to support ‘New Style of IT’
By David Bicknell
Input expected to help drive fixed, two-year contract that is set to be fully operational by April 2017
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CGI awarded MoD secure communications support deal
By Neil Merrett
Company will provide hardware and software applications support for ministry’s CODES Communications Security (COMSEC) asset management system
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Competition authority clears Motorola's acquisition of Airwave
By David Bicknell
Approval removes any regulatory concern that could have delayed ongoing development of the Emergency Services Network
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Prime Minister unveils 'Whitehall unit' to oversee EU exit plans
By Neil Merrett
New body overseen by MP Oliver Letwin expected to engage and impact all Whitehall and devolved organisations
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MoD picks Babcock to upgrade Phoenix fleet management system
By David Bicknell
Contract, worth £47m, intended to deliver £100m savings over six-year period
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