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Defence partnership tackles cyber security risks

The government and a group of Britain's leading defence and security companies are working together to bolster the UK's cyber security.

The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP) aims to meet the emerging threat to the UK defence supply chain by increasing awareness of cyber risks, sharing threat intelligence, and defining risk-driven approaches to applying cyber security standards.

Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology, Philip Dunne, said:

I’m absolutely delighted by the level of commitment shown by the participating companies in helping us to build our national resilience against cyber attack, and I look forward to more of our key contractors coming on board.

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