Foreign Secretary William Hague sets out the UK vision of a future cyberspace which upholds freedom and democratic values while protecting citizens.
The Government highlighted attacks upon UK cyberspace as a priority risk in its National Security Strategy published in October 2010.
The setting for the Foreign Secetary’s speech is the 47th Munich Security Conference on 4 February. The UK delegation is led by Prime Minister David Cameron.
- Read Foreign Secretary’s speech in full The issues on this year’s agenda include the Euro-Atlantic security policy relations, non-proliferation and disarmament, and global security challenges such as Afghanistan.
British Ambassador to Germany Simon McDonald will also attend, and has written about the conference on the British Embassy website.