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Key findings and recommendations from the cyber security discovery

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The Local Digital Collaboration Unit Cyber team has come to the end of a two-month discovery into cyber security at local authorities. The purpose of the discovery was to investigate how MHCLG might support local authorities to reduce the incidence …

Two years of fixing the plumbing: celebrating ‘Digital Declaration Month’

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In July, the Local Digital Collaboration Unit celebrated the second anniversary of the Local Digital Declaration. We hosted a month-long celebration to thank our signatories and partners for all their hard work and promoted some of the amazing digital stories …

We’ve funded 11 collaborative projects through the Local Digital COVID-19 Challenge

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The Local Digital Collaboration Unit at MHCLG is delighted to announce the 11 projects that will be awarded funding through the Local Digital COVID-19 Challenge. This special edition of the Local Digital Fund was launched to support data and digital …

The cyber security pre-discovery: what we’ve learned and what happens now

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The Local Digital Collaboration Unit have published their findings from a 40-day pre-discovery into cyber security in local authorities. The team set out to form a picture of the current cyber security threats, challenges and capabilities that exist at a …

COVID-19 recovery: Looking at the future local digital landscape with councils

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Virtual conference call

Over the last 6 weeks, the Local Digital team has run weekly Friday calls to facilitate discussions across local authorities, as teams respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  The local government response has been incredible and relentless. We have seen …