Britain’s ability to repel cyberattacks is being undermined by skills shortages and “chaotic” handling of personal data breaches, according to MPs. Despite cyberattacks being one of the top four risks to UK national security for the past six years, there appears to have been no coordination across the public sector, according to the report by the Public Accounts Committee. It said that ministers have also taken too long to consolidate the “alphabet soup” of agencies tasked with keeping the country safe.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Sky News