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The UK Cybersecurity Strategy: How it Measures Up

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The cybersecurity strategy announced by UK Chancellor Philip Hammond at the beginning of November recognizes some of this. Parts of it – most notably the commitment to spending £1.9 billion over the next five years to improve the nation's cybersecurity – has generally been welcomed. Of greater concern are the details of how the strategy (see sidebar) will be implemented and, especially, how its success will be measured.

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