Nah, National Cyber Security Centre doesn’t need its own minister, tells Parliament

The British government has rejected Parliamentary calls for greater ministerial control over the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), an arm of secretive spy agency GCHQ. In addition, the government affirmed that it will actively try to remain a part of the EU’s Networks and Information Systems Co-operation Group, as well as its “associated work streams, and with the network of Computer Security Incident Response Teams”

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