Cyber Security Challenge 2015
The 2015 Cyber Security Challenge Masterclass has crowned its new champion.
Adam Tonks, 21, a computing student from Cirencester, beat 41 other finalists to the title after a 48-hour event which simulated a cyber terrorist plot in London.
As a platinum sponsor and long-time supporter of the Cyber Security Challenge UK, GCHQ partnered with them and a consortium of cyber experts, led by BT and including the National Crime Agency, Lockheed Martin, Airbus Group, PGI, C3IA and Palo Alto Networks, to put the next generation of the UK's cyber talent through their paces.
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