Technology Leaders have said that the government will eventually move away from the PSN, but the security actions built on its compliance process, and the ‘common trust’ tenet it is founded on remain crucial for the public sector. Mark Smith explains the thinking behind the evolution of PSN assurance.
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Tony Brown, Category Lead at Crown Commercial Service (CCS) updates us on what public sector customers need to do as their GCF contracts come to an end, and how they can pre-register for for the new UK public sector DNS service.
At GDS we’ve started publishing the performance data we get from monitoring the network performance of the Public Services Network. It will take a little while to see what “normal” looks like, but there’s already some interesting patterns starting to show up.
Andy Beale talks about the latest meeting of the Technology Leaders Network (TLN). We introduced the Technology Leaders Network to you in November 2014. It’s the governance group for government technology and a vital decision making body for the technology …
As Mark Smith mentioned in his blog a couple-of-weeks ago, our trial of the new PSN compliance process has now moved into public beta.
We’ve been making good progress on the alpha of the new PSN compliance process, which I talked about last month.
Lots of you have been keenly following the alpha trials of the new PSN compliance process.
A couple of weeks ago, I gave an update on the alpha prototype of the new PSN compliance process.
In early December, David Mead explained how we were about to kick-off an alpha prototype of the new PSN compliance process.
In his first post since becoming the Chief Technology Officer for the Public Services Network, James Duncan outlines the plans for improving the PSN.