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Cambridge Business Magazine: Collaboration key to reducing cyber-attack damage


Collaboration is key to minimising economic impact from a cyberattack on the UK’s critical infrastructure, finds a study by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) in conjunction with Lockheed Martin. “By better understanding and quantifying the consequences, both economic and societal, of a severe cyber hazard on our country’s critical infrastructure, we underline the level of responsibility amongst each of the key stakeholders in this value chain,” said Simon Ruffle, Director of Technology and Innovation at CRS.

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