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NCSC forms Cyber League

Posted 19 January 2024

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has established Cyber League, a new community of NCSC and industry experts brought together to address cyber threats made against the UK.



Above: The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Nova South, London.
Image by Simona Flamigni / copyright Shutterstock


The Cyber League is a new NCSC initiative which brings together a trusted community of NCSC and industry cyber experts to work on the biggest cyber threats facing the UK. This is part of the NCSC mission to make the UK the safest place to live and work online.

Members of Cyber League are a diverse group of industry experts, working with NCSC analysts and each other, to bring their unique knowledge and understanding to the threat picture. They take part in a range of engagements, including analytic workshops and discussion groups.

Their work is a crucial part of improving visibility and tracking existing and emerging threats to the UK.

NCSC Director of operations, Paul Chichester said: "Cyber defence is a giant, complex and ever changing puzzle, with critical knowledge, skills and innovation spread widely across industry and government.

"Only through working together can we achieve our collective aim of making the UK the safest place to live and work online."
    
Joining Cyber League
Membership of Cyber League is voluntary and NCSC welcomes new members. To participate in Cyber League, an organisation must:

  • have a substantial UK connection
  • be part of the cyber security or threat intelligence industry

Up to three individuals in an organisation can join the Cyber League community, providing they have the relevant cyber experience and knowledge.

If you meet the criteria and could bring something to Cyber League, please send an expression of interest to cyberleague@ncsc.gov.uk
    
How does Cyber League work with Industry 100?
Cyber League is designed to be flexible. While it complements the Industry 100 (i100) secondment programme, it is also open to those who may not be able to commit the time i100 requires but still have experience and knowledge to share that can bring operational benefit.

If you are interested in secondment through the i100 programme, please visit the i100 pages for more information.

 

 

 

 

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