UK government: Cyber security obligations just got tougher with code of practice

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TLDR: The UK government has launched a draft code of practice on cyber security governance, urging businesses to prioritize cyber threats as a key business risk. The code recommends clear roles and responsibilities, protections for customers, and the ability to respond to and recover from cyber incidents. The government is seeking feedback from businesses on the proposed code, which is a response to the increasing number of cyber breaches and attacks. Experts have welcomed the code as a step towards mitigating cyber threats, but stress the need for ongoing training and staff resources in cybersecurity.

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