Collaboration on Critical National Infrastructure Cybersecurity Key to Minimising UK Economic Risk (New Study)

Collaboration on Critical National Infrastructure Cybersecurity Key to Minimising UK Economic Risk (New Study)

A significant cyberattack across the UK’s critical national infrastructure could have far-reaching and significant economic impacts for Britain according to a study carried out by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. The report, developed in conjunction with Lockheed Martin, Integrated Infrastructure: Cyber Resiliency in Society, models the potential impact of a coordinated and sustained cyberattack on one of the UK’s regional power distribution networks and the likely short and long term costs to the UK economy.


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