GCHQ spies train digital elite to keep our data safe

Jan 11, 2017 · thememo.com

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Forget James Bond - these are the new businesses keeping Britain secure.

The UK government is determined to foster a "world-class cybersecurity industry and workforce" announcing a £1.9bn investment last November.

With the breach of 6m Three Mobile customers’ data last year and the reputational damage TalkTalk has suffered since it was hacked in 2015, this comes as no surprise.

Wayra partnership

As part of this initiative GCHQ has partnered with Telefónica’s business accelerator, Wayra, to support a new cohort of cybersecurity startups.

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