Secure by default

Initiatives across industry, procurement and the user community designed to ensure that IA /security products are enablers to more effective and efficient working.
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  • Secure by Default

    Information07 Mar 2018TopicsSecure by default

    Technology which is Secure by Default has the best security it can without you even knowing it's there, or having to turn it on.

  • Secure development and deployment

    Secure development and deployment

    Blog post22 Sep 2017AuthorToby WTopicsSecure by default, Design and configuration, Digital services
  • Collaborating developers

    Securing Agile Delivery: Collaboration is Crucial

    Blog post19 Jun 2017AuthorNicola BTopicsSociotechnical security, Secure by default

    Good communication and engagement is central to making anything work in an agile manner, and security is no different.

  • The Secure by Default Partnership Programme

    Information02 May 2017TopicsSecure by default

    Devices can be both highly usable and secure. We’ll work with partners to develop strong case studies that prove this, and show the public sector the business benefits of applying new technologies.

  • Archery targets

    The Secure by Default Partnership Programme 2017

    Blog post02 May 2017AuthorAndy PTopicsSecure by default, End user technology, Partnerships

    We’re seeking proactive public sector partners to explore ways to remove or replace passwords for 2017's Secure by Default Partnership Programme

  • Make things open

    Open sourcing MailCheck

    Blog post21 Feb 2017AuthorRichard CTopicsSecure by default, Digital services

    The NCSC has open sourced the code behind MailCheck - one of our Active Cyber Defence projects.

  • Secure by default platforms

    Information22 Sep 2016TopicsSecure by default, Browser security

    This white paper shares thoughts on desirable characteristics for building secure multimedia services.

  • Sensitive data on consumer platforms

    Information22 Sep 2016TopicsSecure by default

    This white paper shares thoughts on how a secure multimedia service may be built.