Guernsey Completes Cyber Security Review
by Jason Gorringe, Lowtax.net, London
22 December, 2015
The Guernsey Government has announced that it has completed its review of the economy's resilience to cyber attacks.
The review was undertaken based on recommendations in the Government's 2014 Economic Development Plan, which called for improved infrastructure to foster digital activities in Guernsey.
Jonathan Le Tocq, Guernsey's Chief Minister, said: "The safety and security of islanders is always paramount in my mind and two of the key requirements of government are to ensure the safety and security of our community, and to build our economy. This review will enable us to fully understand the threat, so that we can further develop our comprehensive and flexible approach to deal with it."
He added: "We will continue to work together to reduce the cyber-risk so that we are as safe as possible online. Guernsey is internationally renowned as a trusted jurisdiction. This cyber-review will enable us to strengthen that trust."
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