UK National Cyber Strategy: 
BAE Systems Response

The new UK National Cyber Strategy represents a key moment in cyber policy and ambitions. Here, we reflect on what has changed over the last five years, what we have learnt in that time, and how the new strategy will drive the necessary evolutions in national cyber defence
The new UK National Cyber Strategy has been released. Following on from the Integrated Review, and five years on from the 2016 National Cyber Security Strategy and its associated investment programme, the new strategy builds on experience and reflects on current context, charting a new course for UK national cyber defence.
 

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BAE Systems Response

 
In this paper we reflect on what has changed over the last five years, what we have learnt in that time about the challenges of cybersecurity and the UK’s response. 
 
We explore how the new strategy aims to implement the UK’s aspirations to be a global cyber power and a safer place to live and work online.
 
 

 

The new approach sets cyber in a very broad strategic context, and sets out ambitions in some key areas:


 

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