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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
The '''[http://www.cesg.gov.uk/ CESG]''' (formerly the "Communications and Electronic Security Group") is the U.K. Government's [[National Technical Authority for Information Assurance]], responsible for enabling [[secure]] and [[trusted]] [[knowledge sharing]] to help entities achieve their business aims. It provides advice and assistance on the [[security]] of [[communication]]s and [[electronic data]] and delivers [[information assurance]] policy, services and advice that government and other customers need to protect vital [[information service]]s.
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The '''[http://www.cesg.gov.uk/ CESG]''' (formerly the "Communications and Electronic Security Group") is the U.K. Government's National Technical Authority for [[Information Assurance]] ([[IA]]), responsible for enabling [[secure]] and [[trusted]] [[knowledge sharing]] to help entities achieve their business aims. It provides advice and assistance on the [[security]] of [[communication]]s and [[electronic data]] and delivers [[information assurance]] policy, services and advice that government and other customers need to protect vital [[information service]]s.
   
 
CESG aims to protect and promote the vital interests of the UK by providing advice and assistance on the [[security]] of [[communications]] and [[electronic data]]. To do this CESG provides [[information assurance]] policies, services and advice to government and other customers. This includes:
 
CESG aims to protect and promote the vital interests of the UK by providing advice and assistance on the [[security]] of [[communications]] and [[electronic data]]. To do this CESG provides [[information assurance]] policies, services and advice to government and other customers. This includes:

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