by Bharat Mistry
The government is failing to address the cyber challenge facing the UK’s critical infrastructure (CNI) providers urgently enough, a new parliamentary report has claimed. In many ways the challenges facing CNI firms are broadly the same as for other organisations, just that the impact of successful attacks could go way beyond data loss and damaged brand reputation to devastating disruption of daily life and potentially even physical harm to citizens.
The good news is that, in lieu of government action, there are many things that organisations in the sector can do to mitigate risk and improve cyber resilience. They just need to remember to layer up security at all levels of the IT infrastructure, from DevOps up. Continue reading