UK ‘wholly’ unprepared to stop devastating cyber-attack, MPs warn

UK ministers are failing to act with “a meaningful sense of purpose or urgency” in the face of a growing cyber threat to the UK’s critical national infrastructure (CNI), a parliamentary committee has warned.

The joint committee on national security strategy said at a time when states such as Russia were expanding their capability to mount disruptive cyber-attacks, the UK’s level of ministerial oversight was “wholly inadequate”. It urged Theresa May to appoint a cybersecurity minister in cabinet to take charge of the efforts to build national resilience.

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