The UK Cyber Security Council is the self-regulatory body, and voice, for UK cyber security education, training and skills, with a mandate from the UK government to be the focal point through which industry and the professional landscape advise, shape and inform national policy on cyber security professional standards. The Council will drive progress towards meeting the key challenges the profession faces and develops, promoting and stewarding nationally recognised standards for cyber security qualifications and learning.
The UK Cyber Security Council will achieve its goals through the involvement, contributions and activities of member organisations, which will therefore play the central role in driving the cyber security industry forwards. There will never be a better opportunity for the profession to influence its own direction and development than by being an active member organisation of the Council.
Membership is open to any organisation with an interest in promoting, supporting and developing the cyber security profession.
Membership is now open for expressions of interest, with an application process to commence shortly. The Council will welcome its first member organisations from September.