Securing the CNI – An engineering perspective

The Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) is entering a period of rapid change, where society expects new technologies to provide benefits such as lower energy and water consumption, increased capacity and reduced congestion on our roads, and greater access to open data. These changes increasingly expose CNI systems to a hostile environment, where threat agents do not require proximity to their targets. Hugh will explore the use of trustworthy systems, embedding cyber-security awareness and skills into our workforce and use of standards to protect the CNI.

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