Cyber security: the UK’s approach to exports
- Department for International Trade Defence & Security Organisation
- Part of:
- Cyber security: Export help and Exports and inward investment
- First published:
- 26 February 2014
This strategy outlines the government's support to UK exporters in the information technology security market.
Ref: URN 13/720 PDF, 2.34MB, 24 pages
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Cyber security, the protection of networked information systems, has grown rapidly in importance to governments around the world, likewise to national and international commerce.
The great opportunities that the internet is providing, in terms of communications, innovation and new freedoms, need to be protected from those who would disrupt and abuse the benefits that we have come to depend upon.
This strategy aims to position the UK as the partner of choice for those seeking cyber security solutions.
It sets out the UK’s strengths and capabilities in cyber security and describes how the government will provide immediate and practical support to UK exporters and to overseas customers who have requirements in this area.
For more information contact: email@example.com.
This was published originally by UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation (UKTI DSO) which has since moved to the Department for International Trade Defence and Security Organisation (DIT DSO).
Published: 26 February 2014