Confidence in the digital age: Do you trust your news? Do you trust your phone?
Neil Stansfield, Head of Strategy, Digital Sector, Resilience and Security, National Physical Laboratory
The first duty of any government is the security of its citizens. Such a simple phrase in such a complex world. Because now our security is not just about having confidence in our physical safety, it’s also about confidence in the way we go about our lives.
From doing our banking on our mobile phone, to feeling safe with our driver-assisted car, right through to thinking we know what’s going on because we read it on the internet, every aspect of our lives is underpinned by a digital infrastructure over which we have little control. How confident should we be in our daily routine?
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