DHSC announces NHS cyber security strategy 2023-30

22/03/2023 | UK Government

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has announced the UK government's cyber resilience strategy to protect the NHS from attacks. Based on five key pillars to safeguard health and adult social care functions, the Cyber security strategy for health and social care: 2023 to 2030 forms part of the government's commitment to building a stronger and more sustainable NHS for the future. The approach, which aims to achieve cyber resilience by 2030 at the latest, applies across all health and social care settings, including the critical supply chain.

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NHS, Healthcare cyber resilliance, infosecurity

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