Phil BlundenCyber Industry Communications Lead
UK Ministry of Defence
The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP), a government industry initiative was formed to create a joint response to the cyber threat, aiming to protect our military capability by improving cyber defence through the MOD’s supply chain while preserving existing investment in cyber security measures.
As part of the partnership the Ministry of Defence has created a number of cyber security standards that have to be met to contract with MOD, these are outlined in the Cyber Security Model (CSM). This workshop session is designed to introduce the Cyber Security Model, outline how you can meet the requirements for working with the UK MoD, and provide immediate feedback and guidance to your organisation to ensure you meet the requirements laid out within the CSM.
Benefits of attending:
• Understand how you can meet the requirements laid out in the Cyber Security Model (CSM), to ensure you qualify to work with the UK MoD
• Identify each stage of cyber security, the requirements of each stage, and how this impacts your tenders to the UK MoD
• Demonstrate how you can meet the CSM with minimal impact on your business operations
• Receive exclusive feedback from the DCCP on how you can achieve the CSM requirement to ensure you are able to compete successfully for UK MoD contracts