Smart Cyber Security

Threats to the UK

from Climate Change

In January 2019, The House of Lords identified and published priority risk areas for the UK from threats presented by climate change:

  • flooding and coastal change

  • health, wellbeing and productivity

  • water supply shortages

  • natural ecosystems, soils and biodiversity

  • food production and trade

  • new and emerging pests and diseases

***Our Test & Evaluation Platform is now under development***

Marine biodiversity is a priority risk for the UK Government

Conservation Technology

Use of conservation technology such as drones, camera traps, acoustic monitoring and remote sensing to collect valuable climate change data is often collected by organisations who don’t fully understand cyber-attacks, threat actors, threat sources, their motives and capabilities.

We want to help conservationists including businesses, charities and citizens by providing an online toolkit for them to understand the threats to their valuable conservation data they are collecting and how to protect it.

Priority Risk Area

Risks to natural capital, including terrestrial, coastal, marine and freshwater ecosystems, soils and biodiversity

Information and Cyber Security

Our Climate Change Cyber Security Toolkit enables conservationists to quickly understand their climate change information assets, what/who to protect them from and how to protect them by mitigating and managing the risks.


This ensures climate change data collected from eg drones is protected and stored on secure platforms and exchanged only with trusted partners...

...enabling accurate figures to be used to measure progress and avoid misleading incorrect information derived from corrupt data, the impact of which could detrimentally affect our biodiversity, oceans, habitats and progress.

***Our Test & Evaluation Platform is now under development***

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