Teens to be cyber tecs
A QUEST to find the top minds to defend the UK from cyber terror attacks is to be launched among pupils aged 14 and above.
Around 5,700 of them will be taught “real-world challenges” in a £20million project to boost the 58,000 experts who are already working on cyber security.
Hacking is now rated one of the four major threats to our national defence.
Digital and Culture Minister Matt Hancock said: “This will see thousands given the opportunity to learn security skills.”