Cyber criminals are often ahead of the cyber security industry when it comes to finding the right skills. That has to change.
To protect against cyber attacks, defenders need to take a page out of the book of the criminals and become as agile and innovative as the groups they’re trying to protect against, according to a former head of GCHQ.
While serving as director general of GCHQ from 2014 to 2017, Robert Hannigan was at the heart of protecting the UK from a variety of threats — including those posed by malicious hackers.
By Danny Palmer
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