U.K. audits government processes for protecting data

Thursday, 26 April 2007, 12:08 AM EST

An independent reviewer will release a report next month analyzing how U.K. government agencies manage and protect information, a key issue as the U.K. government looks at ways to broaden how different agencies exchange data.

The Information Assurance review, due to be released at the end of May, is an independent look at how different organizations structure policies around information handling, said Nick Coleman, who heads the review, which falls under the Central Sponsor for Information Assurance, part of the Cabinet office.

At CSO.

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