Defence Cyber Protection Partnership
Go to the Defence Cyber Protection Partnership website to learn about: What is DCPP? How to comply with the Cyber Security Model (CSM), the Supplier Cyber Protection Service and how to Communicate DCPP to others
Defence Cyber Protection Partnership DCPP Web Ex sessions.
There will be three opportunities to join a WebEx demonstration of the Supplier Cyber Protection Tool during September with the following details:
Also, we are pleased to share excellence guidance on DCPP from both ADS and techUK compiled into Defence Cyber Protection Partnership Guidance
For information, the MOD website says:
"The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP), a government industry initiative was formed to create a joint response to the cyber threat.
The DCPP aims to protect our military capability by improving cyber defence through the MOD’s supply chain while preserving existing investment in cyber security measures.
As part of the partnership the Ministry of Defence has created a number of cyber security standards that have to be met to contract with MOD, these are outlined in the Cyber Security Model (CSM).
In order for a supplier to demonstrate their compliance MOD has created the Supplier Cyber Protection Service. This is an online tool that enables you to complete a risk assessment (RA) and/or a supplier assurance questionnaire (SAQ)." (from DCPP web page 080917)
Also, we have been made aware of:
EU NIS Directive
The EU Network Information Security (NIS) Directive is to be included in UK Policy from May 2018 (in line with GDPR). The Consultation period to start shortly which should detail what will be in scope. Broad current thinking is essential services and digital services providers. Details are available on the internet for eg;
Places are limited, so please contact the NQC team as soon as possible to let us know if you will be attending, and which date you can make.
The email address to book a slot or ask queries about the tool is email@example.com
Added: 9th September 2017