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NCSC - Cloud Security (UK)

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is a United Kingdom governmental organisation focused on providing cybersecurity guidance in order to help reduce the risk of harm resulting from cybersecurity incidents to public and private sector networks in the UK.


NCSC Compliance Offerings

Learn more about the key laws, regulations, and guidelines prescribed by the NCSC.

Learn more about the NCSC’s 14 Cloud Security Principles and how Google Cloud can help support your compliance efforts.

The NCSC offers a framework built around 14 Cloud Security Principles. These expansive principles apply to organizations in the UK’s public sector and include important considerations such as protection of data in transit, supply chain security, identity and authentication, and secure use of cloud services.

Google Cloud provides information on how our products and services align with these Cloud Security Principles.

Learn more about the NCSC’s Zero Trust Architecture Design Principles and how Google Cloud can help support your compliance efforts.

Seeking to design and implement a zero trust architecture, Google Cloud has developed a technical guide for architects. The NCSC has developed a set of eight principles for organisations seeking to design and implement a zero trust architecture.

Google Cloud has compiled a guide for technical readers and cyber security professionals who are exploring how Google can contribute to their zero trust architecture.

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