United Kingdom : BT, GCHQ and NCA collaborate to find the next generation of UK cyber defenders [TendersInfo (India)]
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Experts from each organisation will work together over the coming months to design the final of this year s Cyber Security Challenge UK, a nationwide competition programme to bring more talented people into the cyber security profession and address a critical skills shortage that affects government bodies, businesses and citizens alike. Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office with responsibility for the UK Cyber Security Strategy, said: We are very pleased to support The Cyber Security Challenge through our National Cyber Security Programme – it provides an innovative approach to identifying talent for the cyber security sector, ensuring we have a new cadre of cyber security professionals ready to make the UK one of the safest places to do business online. Dr Bob Nowill, BT s cyber director, said: We are delighted to be the lead sponsor and host of the Masterclass finals. As an organisation, we see these types of initiatives as key to encouraging people to develop their cyber skills and build a career in this really interesting area of security. The Masterclass represents the grand finale of the latest Challenge Competition Programme and will see the new Cyber Security Challenge UK champion crowned. The face-to-face cyber battle will take place at a secret location in London across Friday 14thand Saturday 15th March. It will test 42 talented cyber defenders, identified during 10 months of virtual and face-to-face battles with a final top-secret scenario and role playing based competition, comprising technical challenges and more business-focused risk analysis and policy tasks. Finalists will be asked to show off their skills in a simulated work environment by solving the sort of problems cyber security professionals encounter every day. They will be required to demonstrate technical, interpersonal and decision making skills. Jonathan Hoyle, GCHQ’s Director General for Government & Industry Cyber Security, said: “The beauty of the Cyber Security Challenge UK is that the competitors include a real mix of self-taught talent who bring an unconventional and innovative approach to the challenges. That innovation is really important to the UK in tackling cyber threats today and in the future. Through GCHQ’s involvement, I have had the enormous pleasure of presenting some of the awards and welcoming some of the Challenge winners and finalists to GCHQ, as visitors, on year-long placements and in some cases as fully-fledged members of GCHQ’s cyber security mission.” (c) 2013 Euclid Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company
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