'Businesses must take cyber threat more seriously'

Lindy Cameron, the new chief executive of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre, has set out her vision for the organisation.

The new head of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has urged businesses to take online crime more seriously.

Lindy Cameron was appointed as the agency's chief executive in October last year, succeeding Ciaran Martin who led its creation in 2016.

During a virtual speech for Queen’s University Belfast, she said: “The cyber security landscape we see now in the UK reflects huge progress and relative strength, but it is not a position we can be complacent about.