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The Power of Partnerships

Collaboration is crucial to cyber security – but it's easier said than done, writes Professor Keith Martin

  • Date30 November 2018

In a recent edition of NewStatesman, Keith Martin writes about how academic and business collaboration is crucial to cyber security, and how the government is tackling this with a number of new initiatives.

Keith Martin Newstatesman Article

Much has been said about the need for academics, businesses and the government to work together to address the future cyber security challenges that society faces.
This is a sensible proposition, as cyber security affects everyone, and each sector brings different strengths and capabilities. But words and aspirations are one thing; making these partnerships work is something else entirely.
Read the full article on page 9 here

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