Stakeholder Collaboration

We use our expertise as global cyber and software resilience experts to shape the laws, policies and regulations that will dictate the future of critical technologies and the digital world. Building on our technology heritage and our role as trusted advisors to governments and regulators, we are helping to ensure that political decisions about the shape of the future are evidence-based and reflect operational realities in the pursuit of our ambition to make the digital world more secure.

In the past year, we’ve engaged with governments, regulators and supranational bodies like the United Nations, the World Economic Forum and the Organisation for Economic Co‑operation and Development (OECD). We’ve influenced influencers like parliamentarians and think tanks. We’ve ensured our expert security voice has been heard in government and policy circles at least three times a week on average, on everything from AI, quantum and the Internet of Things (IoT) through to cyber laws, ransomware and digital skills.



An example of how we are working to improve cyber security policies to materially improve the cyber resilience can be seen in our campaign to reform the UK’s Computer Misuse Act 1990.

As founding members of the CyberUp Campaign, we brought together peers from across the cyber security industry alongside trade associations, incubators, academics, and parliamentarians, all of whom believe that UK cyber-crime laws should not inadvertently criminalise the very same people seeking to keep the nation safe and secure.

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