The trial of a new app which drivers in Jersey can use to pay for parking, is to be extended in St Helier.Read the full story ›
The seven day event takes place at the Digital Greenhouse and offers islanders the chance to learn the latest skills in digital technology.Read the full story ›
Guernsey Police say more people than ever before are coming to them with dashboard or helmet camera footage of incidents on the road.Read the full story ›
Apple has unveiled a host of new phones as well an updated Apple Watch at a live event at its new California headquarters.Read the full story ›
A new trial is being carried out at Green Street, giving people the option to pay via a smartphone app.Read the full story ›
32% of local financial services, who responded to a recent survey, do not have a cyber incident response plan in place.Read the full story ›
Islanders are being urged to be extra vigilant following a series of targeted attempts to defraud Jersey companies and their clients.Read the full story ›
The new independent Shadow Chair for Data Protection for the islands won’t be recruited from either Guernsey or Jersey.Read the full story ›
Jersey and Guernsey's governments are being urged to invest more in data protection.
The Channel Island's data protection regulator says there has been a rise in the number of complaints her team deals with.
52 were recorded in Jersey in 2016- up from 43 complaints in 2015.
The team, headed by Emma Martins, is currently leading the implementation of a new data protection law which comes into force from May 2018.
She said the complexity of cases are increasing and the necessary resources are needed to deal with the issue in the future.
We are at a turning point for data protection with it taking on a truly global significance. If the Channel Islands want to be considered as an attractive, well-regulated jurisdiction in this new data-driven world, we need a clear vision and roadmap to take us forward.
We want to make sure individuals are given appropriate rights and organisations are clear about how complying with their obligations benefits themselves, their clients and their island.
We also recognize that if we, as regulator, are requiring new governance standards of business, we need to apply those standards to ourselves.
This means significant reform and increased independence going forward, something we are working very hard on getting right.
Jersey businesses are being urged to follow security advice, after some of the world's biggest firms became victim to a major cyber attack.Read the full story ›