CYBER RESILIENCE REPORT: HOW TO PROTECT SMALL FIRMS IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
This paper would not have been possible without the contribution (direct and indirect) of a number of people who have:
• Taken part in numerous discussions about cyber resilience policy and practice over the last 18 months with FSB.
• Provided invaluable insights, comment and critique on earlier drafts of the paper.
There are too many to thank individually. But particular thanks go to FSB members, (especially the Home Affairs Committee) and staff who have contributed so much to the development of this policy paper. Thanks also go to those policymakers, policing and cyber security experts who participated on the panel at FSB’s workshop in September 2015 at the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime. Additional thanks go to officials at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), Home Office, the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary. Thank you for your knowledge and feedback to both FSB’s wider work on cyber resilience and the development of this paper.
Gratitude also go to Giles Herdale, head of digital intelligence & investigation strategy, Professor Ross Anderson, David Porter, Doug Turner (Director, Group Engineering Services at BT) and the Business Emergency Resilience Group. Thank you for sharing your experiences and thoughts on cyber resilience issues.
Finally, FSB would like to acknowledge the ongoing relationship with Cyber Streetwise and their continuing dialogue with FSB about cyber resilience issues. It has proved an invaluable source of insight and assistance.
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