Protecting the CNI
Following the conviction of four would-be bombers in Birmingham, Peter Clarke tells Robert de la Poer that the UK must not grow complacent in protecting its critical national infrastructure
RP: What do you think are the major threats to the UK’s critical national infrastructure (CNI)? Do you think those threats are as great now as they were ten years ago?
PC: It’s very important that we don’t take a parochial view of what constitutes critical national infrastructure. Our CNI stretches far beyond our territorial borders, so we must make sure we work with our international partners . . .