Cabinet Office increases cyber spending by almost 500 per cent

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Report comes amidst CCTV leaks that exposed security issues plaguing Whitehall

The Cabinet Office has spent more than £300,000 on cyber training courses for its staff over the last two years. That's according to the Parliament Street think tank, which obtained the data thr...

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