The Dido Harding one-woman comedy show continues. Immediately after the incident she didn't know what encryption is or if Talk-Talk needed it. Within days she was whining that no one had told her that there's a need to look after personal data and then offered the opinion that there's no law that says that companies need to protect personal data.
Now, suddenly, she's the person responsible for "cyber" security.
At least she serves a useful function as a practical example of the Dunning–Kruger effect.