'You can't assume you're not already compromised,' warns Met Office CISO

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'You can never be one hundred per cent certain that you're protected,' Jonathan Kidd tells Computing

An organisation must assume that its cyber security has already been compromised and develop its strategy from there, chief information security officer (CISO) for the Met Office Jonathan Kidd has told...

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