Press and media

Here you'll find the latest press releases, notices, announcements and speeches from the NCSC.

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An NCSC statement on the Scottish Parliament cyber incident.

Meet five women leading the way for diversity within the NCSC.

Cyber security diversity
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Four ‘Active Cyber Defence’ programmes will help to immediately improve basic cyber security across UK business and government departments.

Trailblazing teens like Kim will build a path to a more secure and prosperous UK.

Kimberly meets the Queen

Her Majesty The Queen opens the NCSC

To mark the launch of the National Cyber Security Centre, listen to CEO Ciaran Martin, Technical Director Dr Ian Levy, Chancellor Phillip Hammond and DCMS Minister Matt Hancock talk about how the NCSC aims to make the UK the best possible place to live and work online.

NCSC launch report

The launch of the National Cyber Security Centre

New report is a snapshot of the past, present and future of cyber security.

GCHQ Director's speech at the launch of the NCSC

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on February 14th, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. 

Speeches

HM the Queen at the NCSC Launch

 

Director GCHQ welcomes HM the Queen at the official opening of the NCSC

The National Cyber Security Centre will aim to "make the United Kingdom the safest place to live and do business online".

 

Defending the borders of your business in a digital era

NCSC Chief Executive Ciaran Martin's speech for London Tech Week.

Philip Hammond MP

 

Chancellor's speech at the National Cyber Security Centre opening

Chancellor Philip Hammond says UK to invest "another £1.9 billion to further bolster our armoury against cyber-attack".

NCSC Chief Executive Officer Ciaran Martin on Newsnight

In this video, NCSC Chief Executive Officer Ciaran Martin talks to Newsnight’s Editor Ian Katz about defending Britain from cyber attack. You can watch the full report ‘Year of the hack: Data breaches and the U.S elections’, at the BBC Newsnight channel.