The average UK household owned 7.4 internet devices*, in 2016. As our connectivity continues to grow, how is government managing increasing risks in cyber security? The Government’s security profession is helping tackle this by building skills across government and driving …
There are big changes happening in government at the moment and this includes security. One of the things the security profession is tackling, is the need to upskill our people and ensure we have a strong talent pipeline for the …
Jon Ashton, HMRC's new Director Cyber Security and Information Risks, sets out his vision for the future of the Security Profession and invites your views.
I thought I'd give a quick update on our work to develop a career framework for our Security Professionals and talk about a few other things we have underway.
Hi, my name’s Mohammed Mumin. I’m a Cyber Security apprentice and I’d like to tell you about our recent trip to the BT research centre.
A year on from the start of their Cyber Security Apprenticeship at Department for Work & Pensions, Jamie MacWatt and Wayne Perks reflect on their experience so far.
In this guest post David Mead from the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, at Cabinet Office, talks about the importance of looking at security across government departments and teams.
Following the final leg of Civil Service Live, the flagship event for Civil Servants, we wanted to say that it was a pleasure meeting you all.
This blog has been contributed by a Government Security Adviser at the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI).
When I was speaking at a Security conference this summer I talked about a campaign we’ve been running at HMRC to raise awareness of the threat of phishing attacks. I'd like to share the approach we used – it was …