Cyber security: assurance, resilience, response

Document type
Conference proceedings
Corporate author(s)
Reform (Think tank: Great Britain)
Date of publication
24 July 2015
Social Policy
Social welfare
Material type

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On July 16th 2015 Reform hosted a half day conference on cyber security. It sought to identify how the new Conservative Government can help to ensure that the digital economy is as safe and secure as possible. The conference drew speakers from across the public and private sectors to explore new strategies for protecting against and responding to cyber security threats.

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