We recently attended the Lesbians Who Tech summit, an event that brings together the community of queer* women working in technology.
In my first blogpost I explained why technological diversity is a good thing. However, it is important to evaluate new technologies to make experiments less risky.
As part of our commitment to making our digital and technology teams more representative of the general population and the people we build services for (we call this normalising) we pitched to host the annual Geek Girl conference; a network run …
This is the first in a series of technical blogposts we would like your feedback on. Let us know what you think and what you’d like to hear more about.
Data sharing has long been a contested subject, and rightly so. It’s important that the rules balance privacy and public good.
Service standards are vital for making sure the services we’re building are high quality, value for money and meet user needs. But how they are measured needs to change.
We're really excited to be sponsoring this years 44con security conference as well as running an extremely challenging 'capture the flag' event.
Today I interviewed my 10th candidate in 3 months for a security engineer role.
We want to support the incredible work of our staff by giving them the best tools for their jobs.
If we want to encourage young people to think about a career in digital and technology, what should we do? Get out there and talk to them!