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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 …
After the Security Profession’s successful networking event on the 19th March, we'll be participating in this year's Civil Service Live events across the country. Civil Service Live is now an established part of the public sector calendar and is considered the biggest …
You may have noticed there's been a break in our blogging over the last couple of months as the Civil Service communicates less during the pre-election period, in line with the General Election Guidance.
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?