NIS Policy report presented at The Parliamentary Internet, Communications and Technology Forum (PICTFOR), March 2021
This report is based on research carried out between March and August 2018, the purpose of which was to explore how cyber resilience risk management is implemented in the UK’s CNI sectors that are subject to the Regulations…
Tech UK blog: Can US$100B investments in cyber security provide smart service resilience
Despite US$100B annual investments in cyber security, the investments are failing and costs are unsustainable. Cyber security by design is a proactive approach focusing on the prevention of cybercrime…
Does the NIS implementation strategy effectively address cyber security risks in the UK?
This research explored how cyber security risks are managed across UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) sectors following implementation of the 2018 Networks and Information Security (NIS) legislation…
Infosecurity Europe 2021 – What do we prioritise to manage third party risks?
Response: We believe that there needs to be a focus on assessing not just security risks, but also operational resilience and liability risks in event of disruption of citizen-centric services. Third-party risk assessments should focus on holistic operational risks, including physical locations, people, processes, and cyber, for critical components of composite services in the entire ecosystem. The government needs to support third parties in terms of an approach to a consistent benchmark and a roadmap to upgrade their capabilities. Organisations must also ensure that the risk reduction strategies they put in place do not stifle innovation.
Info Security Europe – Adopting Security and Resilience Best Practices into Daily Operations (July 2021)
Business Continuity Institute (BCI) World Horizons- Are we building cyber-resilient operations in our smart cities? (June 2021)
Nurturing a Nation of Innovators, by Covenzis: The virtual Government Technology Conference – Are we managing cyber risks while procuring IoT based infrastructure? (April 2021)
Insight Live public sector – Cyber Risk Management, Resilience of Digital services, Security in smart cities- (March 2021)
Effectiveness of NIS Regulation in the UK – Cyberscience conference at Oxford, UK (June 2019)
Developing collective resilience for Industry 4.0 – Cyber security of Critical National Infrastructure, Amsterdam (March 2019)
Policing 2.0 Digital Policing for smart cities – Society of Evidence based policing, London (March 2019)
Fourth Annual cyber security summit, Cyber Senate – Amsterdam (Feb 2019)
LD College of Engineering, India: How Engineers / Businesses plan to manage cyber-security risks world-wide (Dec 2018)
Security of Smart Streets – EU Horizon 2020 project: Broadening the Appraisal Base for Safety and Security (Nov 2018)