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Board members need to understand cyber security - NCSC publishes Cyber Board Toolkit.
With new regulations in place, such as GDPR, board members now have raised expectations as to their roles & responsibilities. That is why the National Cyber Security Centre has published a cyber Board Toolkit – made relevant to anyone that is accountable within an organisation, from the Board of Directors or Governors to Trustees and Partners.
The Toolkit is also relevant for technical staff and security practitioners, who are able to use the questions in the toolkit to frame discussions with the Board. Through using the Toolkit, board members can know enough about cyber security in order to have a fluent conversation with their cyber practitioners.
The Toolkit provides: