How will Brexit affect Cyber Security?

Will Brexit affect cyber security? That was a question posed during #teissLondon2018.

The discussion briefly touched on Brexit as an issue before moving onto wider topics that are affecting the industry. Consensus was reached that the main threat in the cyber security sector that Brexit poses is more likely to be in the sphere of critical infrastructure and government systems.  Joanne Frearson spoke to Thom Langford, CISO of Publicis Groupe, on what the cyber security landscape will look like post-Brexit and where threats will be coming from.

 

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