Supporting and improving diversity in the UK cyber security sector is a key objective of the UK Cyber Security Council. The Council is committed to overcoming actual or perceived barriers to entry into and progression within the industry.
The Council is committed both to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among its workforce and to eliminating unlawful discrimination. The Council aims for its staff and suppliers to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for every employee, contractor or supplier to feel acknowledged, respected and able to be their best.
The Council is also committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination against its members or the public.
This equality, outreach and diversity policy is fully supported by the Trustees and Leadership Team of the UK Cyber Security Council.
Use of the Council’s grievance and/or disciplinary procedures does not affect any party’s right to make a claim or other complaint within three months of the alleged discrimination nor any other statutory right that may apply.
The UK Cyber Security Council is registered as a Charity in England & Wales (number 1195030).