Government teams with HP, Rolls-Royce and BT to toughen up defence supply chain

Sooraj Shah
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MoD, CPNI and government to work with nine organisations to set a template for commercial sectors to follow

Some of the biggest technology, telecommunications and security firms will share cyber threat intelligence with the government to help increase the security of the defence supply chain, as part of ...

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