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PROTECTING PUBLIC DATA

PATTERNS OF PUBLIC SECTOR CYBER SECURITY SPENDING BREAKDOWN OF UK


Study of 47,237 cyber-security incidents in global public sectors in 2015 GOVERNMENT CYBER-SECURITY
BUDGET
How funding for cyber
security was spent

24% <1% between 2011 and 2016, by


16% thematic area of work
<1%
CYBER
MISCELLANEOUS ESPIONAGE CRIMEWARE
ERRORS POINT
OF SALE
441.8m
22% <1% National sovereign
capability to detect and
WEB APPS defeat high-end threats
PRIVILEGE
MISUSE 17% 117m
OTHER

1%
Law enforcement and
combating cyber crime
DENIAL 20%
OF SERVICE 0% STOLEN
CARD
SKIMMERS
ASSETS 80.6m
Support to full spectrum
effects capability

61.1m
Private sector engagement
and awareness

40.4m
Mainstreaming cyber
throughout defence

39.6m
Improving the
resilience of the public
sector network

32.8m
Percentages do not equal 100 per cent due to rounding Source: Verizon 2016 Education
and skills

ANNUAL SPENDING ON UK GOVERNMENT CYBER SECURITY


Following the Spending Reviews of 2010 and 2013, the National Security Programme was allocated 860 million to spend over five years 24.4m
250 Incident management/
response and trend
analysis
200
8.1m
150 International
millions

engagement and
capacity building
100

7.8m
50 1.9bn Programme
allocated to defending UK management,
public sector systems and co-ordination and policy
0 infrastructure between
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016 and 2021

Source: Cabinet Office 2016 Source: Cabinet Office 2016

DATA BREACHES BY UK GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT


Number of data incidents in 2014-2015 recorded by the UK governments largest departments

HM Revenue & Customs 6,041


Ministry of Justice 2,801
Ministry of Defence 51
Department for Environment,
Food & Rural Affairs 34
Home Office 33
Department for Education 15
Department for Transport 7
Department of Health 5
Foreign & Commonwealth Office 3
Department for Communities
& Local Government 2
Department for Work
& Pensions 2
Source: National Audit Office 2016