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U.S.-United Kingdom Cybersecurity Cooperation

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Citation Edit

White House, FACT SHEET: U.S.-United Kingdom Cybersecurity Cooperation (Jan. 16, 2015) (full-text).

Overview Edit

The UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) and Security Service (MI5) are working with their U.S. partners — the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation — to further strengthen U.S.-UK collaboration on cybersecurity by establishing a joint cyber cell, with an operating presence in each country. The cyber cell, which will allow staff from each agency to be co-located, will focus on specific cyber defense topics and enable cyber threat information and data to be shared at pace and at greater scale.

External resources Edit

  • "Cyber Essentials Scheme: Summary" (full-text).
  • "Cyber Essentials Scheme: Requirements for basic technical protection from cyber attacks" (full-text).
  • "Cyber Essentials Scheme: Assurance Framework" (full-text).

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