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Royal Holloway to help defend country from cyber attacks

Posted on 25/11/2011

Academics from Royal Holloway, University of London have been recruited into a network run by British intelligence agency, GCHQ, to combat new waves of security breaches and cyber crime.

As part of the Government’s Cyber Security Strategy, which was launched today (25 November), GCHQ has approached academics from the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway to use their expertise to help solve operational problems - such as how to stop an attack before it is triggered - and also to offer long-term strategic analysis.

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