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The Council is cited in two of the report’s six recommendations: “Publicise the success stories” and “Map out the skills and roles”

November 23rd – London, UK – The UK Cyber Security Council – the charitable, self-regulatory body for the cyber security education and skills sector – today responded to Decrypting Diversity, a report by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) on diversity and inclusivity (D&I) in the cyber security sector.

D&I is one of the four key pillars of the UK Cyber Security Council, the organisation that was commissioned in 2019 by DCMS to be the governing voice for the cyber security profession and launched in the spring of 2021. NCSC’s report, written by KPMG, contains six recommendations to improve the D&I performance of the sector.

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