Ministers Told to do More to Protect UK's Critical IT

A strong sense of 'Deja Vu' on my part.

MPs on the Intelligence and Security Committee are pressing ministers and the government's Joint Intelligence Committee to review the vulnerability of the UK's critical computer systems to electronic attack.

There are growing concerns that defences against electronic and physical threats are not sufficiently co-ordinated.

The Intelligence and Security Committee said it was "unconvinced" by assurances that the government's National Information Security Co-ordination Cen- tre (NISCC) and the Communications Electronic Security Group are reducing the vulnerability of the UK's critical national infrastructure to electronic attack.

Source Computer Weekly


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