The UK Government have launched two consultations as part of their wider cyber resilience work which is helping organisations across the economy adopt stronger cyber security measures.
The UK Government want to update the Network and Information Systems (NIS Regulations) which came into force in 2018, to improve the cyber security of companies. They are consulting on new measures to help improve business’ cyber security, particularly in organisations which play a role in the UK economy, like managed IT service providers.
In addition, a separate consultation on embedding standards and pathways across the cyber profession is also published. This details proposals for how a stronger cyber security profession can support better cyber resilience.
View the proposals below and share your views in the open consultation.
- Cyber profession – Embedding standards and pathways across the cyber profession by 2025 : respond by 20th March 2022
- Cyber resilience : Proposal for legislation to improve the UK’s cyber resilience: respond by 10th April 2022