15 October, 2020
9:00 am - 10:00 am
With its two successive National Cyber Security Strategies, the UK has established itself as a world leader in cyber security. Due to the increased digitisation of public services – which has seen an acceleration during the COVID-19 pandemic – cyber threats are only likely to increase. With this in mind, it is imperative that the next National Cyber Security Strategy due in 2021, responds to this increased threat by seeking to develop skills and target investment to secure the public sector’s digital infrastructure.
This event was led by Ruth Edwards MP, a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee, and discussed what steps should be taken in the next National Cyber Security Strategy to advance the resilience of public services.
This event was held in partnership with DXC technology.