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It offers security for the government with the help of industry specialists and leading academics and has been implemented since World War I.
CESG’s main customers are the UK government’s core departments and agencies, along with the armed forces. That said, they also work with the health service, law enforcement, local government and the utility companies. Its primary purpose is to provide information assurance products, services and accreditation for consultants within the industry, as well as producing policy and guidance on biometrics. This helps the public sector organise their response to security incidents, and CESG provides them with information on how to reduce their exposure to security threats.
IT professionals who work in cyber security will be aware of or will use, CESG within their work.
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