The government cyber security initiatives to make Britain more safer

School children begin to learn to read, write and navigate their way around the computer from when they're three or four years. This is the education of the 21st century. There's no denying that computer skills are now an integral part of the school system, and subsequently, a vital life skill. However, many people are still ignoring the risks that the Internet can pose.

School children begin to learn to read, write and navigate their way around the computer from when they're three or four years. This is the education of the 21st century. There's no denying that computer skills are now an integral part of the school system, and subsequently, a vital life skill. However, many people are still ignoring the risks that the Internet can pose.

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  1. avatar Robbin Says:
    July 15, 2013

    I think the article should also reference the investment Industry is making here to. The National Cyber Security Strategy says this is a government, industry, academia challenge. The Security Challenge mentioned is largely industry funded via sponsorship. There are also significant investments like Cyber Champions, where companies are encouraging and supporting employees to got into schools and talk about online privacy and security issues.

    This is a national problem, triggering a national response.

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