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Inevitably History repeats itself, as we ‘send’ our youth into ‘battle’ again

The National Cyber Security Centre is turning teenagers’ natural interest in technology into mainstream careers.  Long gone are the days when teenagers aspired to simply be footballers, film stars or fashion designers.  A new generation is growing up with far loftier dreamsto help the fight against the risks to our digital society, cyber crime.

The growing legion of teenage boys & girls often self-identified as ‘cyberists’ are intrigued by unexplored technology.  As our digital age enhances more of daily life, cyberists will be the ones who safeguard it from all manner of threats.
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