Jemima, a cyber security apprentice outlines her apprenticeship journey with the civil service.
Security and Diversity
To mark one year since the formation of Government Security, civil servants from across the UK, attended the second security symposium at Central Hall, Westminster.
The first ever networking day for Level 4 Cyber Security Technologist Apprentices was held in London on 1st March 2018. This was also another first, as the new Government Security Profession brand was used to welcome everyone to their profession. …
It’s never been more important that we have a strong Government Security Profession and I’m looking for people to work with me to help make it even stronger.
I’m really interested in keeping in touch with our new Cyber Security Apprentices on how they are finding their placements. Understanding the work they’re doing, who they’ve met, and the experiences they’re having is important in terms of helping shape …
Julia Harwood, Departmental Security Officer from BIS, sees security as varied and challenging and encourages women to consider security roles as part of their career journey
Jessie Owen, Departmental Security Officer at the Department for Transport, wants the language of security to set the tone for a more open, diverse and inclusive profession
What does diversity mean in government security and why should we care about it?