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How do you Find and Attract the Talent YOU Need?

Written by DFM Team

How Do YOU Find and Attract the Cybersecurity Skills/Talent YOU Need?  

Having been involved, off and on, with studies and programmes to address the digital shortages of the day since the mid-1970s. There has never been a shortage of talent, only of employers willing and able to do work with and through competent education and training providers to identify and harness the talent available. There have been sporadic short-term exercises at times of crisis (e.g., in the early 1980s or during the run-up to Y2K). None was sustained for long enough to achieve lasting change. Philip Virgo brings over forty years of hindsight and prejudice, alias experience, to help interpret the three DCMS reports published during the run up to the launch of the UK Cyber Security Council:

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