Outlining the UK’s cyber security strategy

Outlining the UK’s cyber security strategy

James Snook, Deputy Director of the Cyber and Government Security Directorate (CGSD) at the Cabinet Office, explains the Government’s cyber security strategy over the next five years.

In November 2016 the UK Government announced a £1.9bn transformative investment. James describes the three critical areas this investment will focus on, the role of the NCSC in that development, and what companies will be expected to do in support.

James spoke at #teissLondon2017, the largest and most comprehensive cyber security summit in Europe. Featuring parallel conferences on culture and education, data and technology and identity and access management, TEISS allows delegates to create their own agenda and tailor their conference experience to their own personal business needs.

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