As more and more of the world’s infrastructure becomes connected over the Internet, governments around the world are developing task forces to focus on cybersecurity. In the UK, the primary government agency responsible for keeping the country safe from digital threats is the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

The center is relatively new, having just started operations in the fall of 2016. But it builds on a longer history of cyber readiness in the UK, and its establishment denotes just how seriously the government is taking the threat of future cyberattacks. In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at what the NCSC is and how it operates.

A pressing need for cybersecurity in the UK 

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