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In its 2012 Digital strategy, the Government made it clear that all of its services would soon become ‘digital by default’.
But is this aim achievable?
Although the growth of digital public services could save the UK taxpayer between £1.7 - £1.8 billion a year, much more of our data will be exposed to security threats.
Despite 82% of us online in the UK and 650 digital government IT services currently in operation, only a handful are actually used.
Trust is a major issue as well as the increasing sophistication of cyber threats. So how can public sector bodies go about protecting us and building confidence in online services?