Cyber attack 'normal 21st century threat'
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Former GCHQ deputy: Cyber attack 'normal 21st century threat'

A skills shortage and "chaotic" handling of personal data breaches are undermining confidence in the government's ability to protect the UK from cyber attacks.

Brian Lord, former deputy director of Intelligence and Cyber Operations at GCHQ and managing director of PGI Cyber tells the Today programme that a lack of cyber security skills leaves the UK vulnerable to attack.

  • 03 Feb 2017
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