In this article for the Safety Tech Innovation Network, Jamie Douglas from Ipsos UK highlights key findings from their new publication, ‘Trust, Safety and the Digital Economy’.
The latest and relevant information regarding safety tech.
UK Export Minister Mike Freer, former head of National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Ciaran Martin and psychologist Professor Mary Aiken were among those highlighting the potential of the UK and global Safety Tech sector at a launch event for the UK Safety Tech Providers Directory.
The EU Commission has announced details of a ground-breaking new scheme to combat child sexual abuse, and is calling for project proposals with up to 16 million EUR available.
Graham Francis and Sofia Hicks from the DCMS Safety Tech team reflect on the core values of Safety Tech, and areas to watch out for during 2022.
The Safety Tech Innovation Network, Consequential and Considered Capital are running a pilot Safety Tech Academy to support early stage businesses grow.
A collection of the Safety Tech Innovation Network’s recommended podcasts informing listeners on different aspects of the technology sector.
“When we set up the Safety Tech Innovation Network a year ago, we hoped we’d find an audience. We weren’t quite prepared for what happened next.” Ryan Jackson looks back on an amazing year for Safety Tech.
An introduction to practical ways in which online businesses can use tech to guard their platforms from child sexual abuse material.
Three new cross-sector expert groups have been established to lead the UK safety tech sector’s response to the challenges identified in recent DCMS skills and capabilities research.
A new report from DCMS, The UK Safety Tech Sector: 2021 Analysis identifies the safety tech sector as one of the fastest growing parts of the UK’s tech industry, with a 40% increase in revenues in the past year, reaching £314 million.
Through legislation, awareness raising by media and NGOs, and a great working relationship with the UK, the German safety tech sector has established itself as a key player in the global rise of safety tech.
DCMS has awarded a consortium of suppliers, led by Faculty, PUBLIC and the Online Safety Tech Industry Association (OSTIA), to deliver the Online Safety Data Initiative. This initiative will work to improve the accuracy of online safety technologies by removing existing barriers around the sharing of online harms data and improving the quality of data accessed.
Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden visits the offices of UK safety tech company SafeToNet to publicise new measures.
The Safety Tech Innovation Network is the national innovation network dedicated to the promotion, collaboration and the industrial application of online safety technologies in the UK.