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Matt Hancock isn't the only politician who is clueless about cyber security

7 July 2021

2:14 AM

7 July 2021

2:14 AM

It is widely acknowledged that Britain has some of the world’s finest cyber capabilities. GCHQ is a global leader in those dark arts, and its offshoot, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), is making that expertise available to businesses and others in need of help with their digital defences.

All the more shocking, then, that our political leaders seem so utterly clueless.

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