The Home Office has opened a public consultation that could result in more stringent requirements to address the risks of unauthorised access to online accounts and personal data. The consultation seeks opinions on "potential government intervention to reduce the burden of cyber security from the citizen and encourage organisations to further protect users' accounts and personal data." The consultation is the first step in what the government is calling a new Cyber Duty to Protect programme.
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