In the last 30 years the UK telecommunications market has transitioned from state owned monopoly, to major enabler for digital growth, to provider of critical national infrastructure (CNI). The importance of this sector to the UK economy is clear, yet the regulations in place during this tumultuous period has been relative static.
That’s about to change with the arrival of the Telecoms Security Bill, the single biggest change to the regulatory environment in a generation.
The legislation has far reaching implications for telco operators, as well as for the reputational damage and business disruption any breach of compliance would cause. 

So why have these more specific obligations being enforced on this sector now, and what are the implications on them and on UK Plc? Download our analysis to find out.

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