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CTAG explores alternative PSN assurance processes


Sian Williams Head of Events

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Geoff Connell, chair of the national Cyber Technical Advisory Group (CTAG) and director of information management and technology at Norfolk County Council, discusses how local government cyber security will be assessed once the Public Services Network closes next year. 

Speaking on day one of UKAuthority's Resilience and Cyber4Good 2022, he shared how CTAG is working with relevant government departments to help ensure the new regime is appropriate and not overly onerous and gave an update on how support and advice the group can give.

Watch his session below. If you are experiencing difficulties playing the video click here to watch

Connell was one of the authoritative speakers from around the sector who took part in this two day national online event on how to strengthen cyber defences and keep vital public services running in the face of new threats. Catch up with presentations and session videos here

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