Growing London’s digital economy through cyber security

By: Gordon Morrison, Director of Government Relations at Intel Security
Published: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 13:43 GMT

The recent launch of The Mayoral Tech Manifesto 2016 on London’s digital future, sets out a clear agenda for the capital’s potential for innovation in everything from infrastructure to the improvement of public services.

The next Mayor of London will have the privilege of leading a premier capital city, famous for its entrepreneurial spirit, business culture and its tech expertise. But the Mayor will also have the difficult task of overseeing the capital’s rapid journey of digital transformation.

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