The U.K. National Cyber Security Centre and the Information Commissioner's Office will collaborate to improve response and support to those affected by data breaches, Computer Weekly reports. An agreement drawn up by the two organizations outlines the roles and responsibilities each takes up when a cyberattack occurs. The definition of roles will help victims direct complaints and issues to the right organization. “The development of this understanding is as a result of a constructive working relationship between our organisations, and we remain committed to an open dialogue on strategic issues,” NCSC CEO Ciaran Martin said. “While it’s right that we work closely together, the NCSC will never pass specific information to a regulator without first seeking the consent of the victim.”
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