UK is failing in the billion pound war against cybercrime

A £1bn cyber-security spend hasn’t made the impact it should have.
By Darren Allan
The UK government may have spent £1 billion over the last five years to bolster the country’s overall levels of cyber-security, but this investment has been essentially ineffective.
So says Alex Dewedney, Director Cyber Security and Resilience at CESG (part of GCHQ, which advises organisations on how to defend against threats), who told the RSA conference that broadly speaking, the UK is failing to win the fight on cyber-security.
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