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Brace Your Security Organization For Post-Brexit Challenges

How To Prepare For Likely Changes In Cybersecurity And Law Enforcement Cooperation

May 22, 2018

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  • By Paul McKay
  • with Christopher McClean,
  • Elsa Pikulik,
  • Peggy Dostie

Why Read This Report

Currently, Britain and the EU collaborate closely in intelligence exchange and law enforcement to protect businesses and citizens from sophisticated cyberattacks. However, Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU), with formal separation to occur on March 29, 2019. Unless negotiations preserve cooperation, Brexit will disrupt key information and support upon which your cybersecurity capabilities rely. This report helps CISOs make their organizations resilient regardless of the Brexit negotiation outcomes.

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Table of Contents

  • Brexit Will Disrupt Cyber Intelligence And Law Enforcement Cooperation
  • The Case For Cooperation Is Clear
  • Recommendations

  • Lobby For Continuity, Prepare For Disruption
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