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An IT security and compliance company has commented on the news that the Ministry of Defence is to start recruiting former members of the UK’s armed forces to defend against cyber attacks.
Defence secretary, Philip Hammond, announced that former forces personnel and civilians with advanced computing skills will be recruited to form a “Joint Cyber Reserve Unit”. That unit will develop offensive and defensive capabilities to protect the UK’s cyber networks, which Hammond referred to as the “fifth domain” after land, sea, air and space.
In April, RandomStorm
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