Has collective amnesia about stance on end-to-end encryption
The British government wants your bright ideas for improving the nation's cybersecurity because it wants to "understand the apparent lack of strong commercial rationale for investment" in locking down your shizz.
As part of its fond hope of making the UK a bit more secure than the rest of the world, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) wants you to tell it what it could be doing better.
The Cyber Security Incentives and Regulation Review is intended to tell UK.gov which of its security-enhancing initiatives do and don't work.
Many of those are routed to the great unwashed via the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
In its detailed consultation document, accessible here, DCMS claimed that "only around 60 per cent of organisations took actions to identify cyber security risks", citing a survey it carried out earlier this year.