Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Cyber Security, delivered a keynote speech at a conference in London. 1 June 2011
Francis Maude, the Governments newly appointed Minister for Cyber Security, today urged business leaders to help protect the economic well being of the country by investing in measures to empower safe travel through cyberspace.
The overall cost to the UK economy from cyber crime is £27bn per year, according to the first joint Government and industry report into the extent and cost of cyber crime across the UK, launched today by the Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office and information intelligence experts Detica.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has joined ministers from the UK and France for a high-level meeting on future defence cooperation at the UK-France Summit in London.
The Government has today published its National Security Strategy A Strong Britain in an Age of Uncertainty which outlines our reappraisal of Britain’s role in the world, the risks to our security and their implication for the UK.
The Coalition Government will work closely and openly with the Northern Ireland Executive to maintain security and promote prosperity, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
In response to the recommendations in the Pitt Review of the summer 2007 floods
In 2008 Government published, for the first time, a National Risk Register, fulfilling a commitment made in the National Security Strategy.