back to article UK government seeks views on cloud, datacenter security

The UK government has kicked off a consultation to collate feedback on strengthening the security and resilience of local datacenters and cloud services to protect against outages and national security threats. Companies that run, purchase or rent any element of a datacenter are being asked to detail the types of customers …

  1. Howard Sway Silver badge

    The consultation will seek views and contributions from the industry

    I hope someone warns them about the dangers of "data radiation" from unshielded data centres, multi-cloud evaporation, distributed latency extrusion and, of course, parallel network multi-identity exclusivity.

  2. VoiceOfTruth

    Trojan horse

    -> This includes detailing what measures they have in place, and what steps they are already taking to address any vulnerabilities.

    Telling the burglars what locks you use, how your alarm systems work...

  3. Mr Dogshit

    But do you have the necessary hashtags?

  4. Plest Silver badge


    When I can trust your typical civil servant to not leave their f**king laptop or USB keys with ultra sensitive data about kids in danger, in the back of CAB, then we'll talk about how you can be trsuted to protect a a big boy's toy like a proper datacentre!

  5. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Que Sera, Sera

    Inept and corrupt Government appears to be unable to accept and process the information that they are the problem cyber forces/sources/elements are addressing with that which is perceived to be disruptive unconventional virtual attacks/remote relatively anonymous Oday assaults ...... and their role has no ruling or regulatory part in future leading events which may impinge unfavourably upon their existing operations ..... other than the continued provision of slush funds for key players ..... a part in which they are very well practised.

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