Cyber security a shared responsibility, says Amber Rudd
April 12, 2018 / Warwick Ashford
The UK home secretary has emphasised that cyber security is a shared responsibility and committed to promote EU cyber cooperation post-Brexit at the National Cyber Security Centre’s conference in Manchester. Business owners, cyber security experts and individuals all have a role to play in reducing the cyber crime that is costing billions globally, according to UK home secretary Amber Rudd. “In the same way that shops protect themselves from burglary with locks, alarms and security guards, I expect businesses to take equivalent precautions digitally,” she told the CyberUK 2018 conference in Manchester attended by more than 2,000 specialists from across government, industry and law enforcement.