During a Cyber discovery in 2020, a Cyber Health Framework was identified as one of the main areas of opportunity to progress into an alpha project, supporting council staff to navigate numerous and sometimes overlapping standards.
The Continuous Funding Model (CFM) is a more flexible way for funding digital projects through the Local Digital Fund. Find out how it’s been developed, how it works and who can apply.
We have developed a virtual training offer that will ensure we can still support local authority staff to learn and develop their digital skills, as well as make it easier to find relevant training opportunities.
In this blog post we share just some of LDCU’S 2020 highlights and momentous moments, plus a teaser for what’s coming up in 2021.
The Local Digital Collaboration Unit Cyber team has come to the end of a two-month discovery into cyber security at local authorities.
We are delighted to announce the 11 projects that will be awarded funding through the Local Digital COVID-19 Challenge.
The team conducted extensive desk research into how councils across England are communicating their COVID-19 support to residents. Find out more about our approach and what we discovered.
The Local Digital Collaboration Unit have published their findings from a 40-day pre-discovery into cyber security in local authorities.
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 Digital team have started work on a pre-discovery to understand how we can better support local government on cyber security. Read about the work being planned into reducing cyber risks and becoming more cyber resilient across the sector.