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CYBER spies are targeting girls to join the next generation of code breakers.
At present, women only hold 11 per cent of cyber and spy jobs at the National Cyber Security Centre, a branch of GCHQ.
So the centre is running a code-cracking contest open to teams of girls aged 12 to 13. It involves a week of online tests in January and a finals day in March.
Digital minister Margot James said: “We want to show girls that cyber security is exciting, rewarding and challenging.
“It will help inspire the workforce of the future.”