Government-led Cyber Discovery programme gets 20,000 student sign ups in just six weeks

Sooraj Shah
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Government-led Cyber Discovery programme boast more than 20,000 student sign ups in its first two months
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Government-led Cyber Discovery programme boast more than 20,000 student sign ups in its first two months

Youth-focused cyber security programme part of the CyberFirst initiative launched by Theresa May last year

More than 20,000 students have signed up to, and taken part in, the initial assessment stage of the government-led Cyber Discovery programme, in the six weeks since launch. The programme forms part...

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