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20 Jan 2022

New laws proposed by DCMS to strengthen UK resilience to cyber attacks

DCMS has launched two consultations seeking the public’s views on new proposals stated to improve the UK’s resilience to cyber attacks.

The following statement was released by the Minister for Media, Data and Digital Infrastructure:

"It is vital that cyber security is a fundamental part of our country’s digital transformation journey."

Julia Lopez
Minister for Media, Data and Digital Infrastructure

DCMS have presented three pillars, each one representing a challenge the country faces with cyber security. These are:

  • Proposals to amend provisions relating to digital service providers
  • Proposals to future-proof the UK NIS regulations
  • Empowering the cyber security profession

These pillars with be addressed through two separate consultations. The first looks at the first two challenges and aims to create a comprehensive framework for managed services and upgrading security legislation so the country can more easily manage future risks. The second focuses on embedding the standards and pathways across the cyber profession by 2025. These consultations close at 11:45pm on Sunday 10 April 2022, and 11:45pm on Sunday 20 March 2022, respectively.

The full press release can be read here.

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