Digital Infrastructure News

Geofencing technology to enhance the UK’s digital defence

Novel geofencing software will aid the UK’s digital defence, enabling flexible working while mitigating the security threats associated with it.  In a progressively more digital planet,...

Advancements in quantum computing with silicon computer chip

A novel silicon computer chip technique pioneers a wealth of potential for quantum computing construction opportunities. In the future, it could be possible to build...

Launching the UK Government’s National Cyber Strategy 2022 

Aston University is aiding the UK Government’s National Cyber Strategy 2022 (NCS22) at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham.  Professor Vladlena Benson, an internationally acknowledged specialist in the cyber field, and...

New human-computer interaction technology expands computer input

Researchers are developing new hand gesture technology that allows users to carry out commands on computers without the need of a keyboard or mouse. The...

Safer vehicles with new impaired-driver sensor technology

Researchers create new impaired-driver sensor technology that can monitor a person’s respiration and pulse rates, paving the way for safer vehicles. The bipartisan infrastructure bill...

Setting out targets for net zero computing by 2040

Data experts are analysing UKRI’s digital estate to set out targets for net zero computing within the next two decades. Scientists will recommend a plan...

Inspiring the cybersecurity experts of the future

WorldSkills encourages young people to learn vital cybersecurity skills by participating in national and global competitions. Innovation News Network spoke to Carla Baker, of Palo...

Staying safe from cyber criminals over key shopping period

The NCSC encourages small retailers to protect their customers from cyber criminals over Black Friday and this key shopping...

Addressing cybersecurity challenges in Europe

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, discusses the increasing threat of cybersecurity breaches in Europe and what businesses can do to protect their systems...

International summit shows UK support for digital revolution

Technology ministers from across the world come together for the Digital Nations summit and determine steps towards a digital revolution. The UK’s technology minister headed...

NCSC averts record number of UK cybersecurity incidents

The NCSC’s 2021 Annual Review emphasises the work undertaken by the organisation to safeguard the UK from cybersecurity incidents over the last year. According to...

Mitigating cyber-attacks with cybersecurity awareness, programmes, and technology

Mark Brown, Global Managing Director at BSI Cybersecurity and Information Resilience, discusses cybersecurity awareness, challenges in the industry and the development of a comprehensive...

Digital Infrastructure

Digital infrastructure highlights the cultural and social requirements which are needed in order to develop places where people want to live, work, and thrive.

Over the next few decades our digital networks will need to develop such that they can provide an infrastructure which enables and drives economic growth and productivity.

The lack of suitable digital infrastructures has proven to impact areas such as remote healthcare, education, and wellbeing through loneliness, making it a crucial part of modern day society.