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The government, GCHQ and O2 are throwing their weight behind an initiative to create two new cyber security startup accelerators, reports Computing.co.uk. The aim is to find firms with ideas to protect the nation from the increasing number of cyberattacks. The initiative is being championed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and £50m will be set aside over the next five years to establish two innovation accelerator centres. Chris Ensor, deputy director for cyber skills and growth at GCHQ, explained that working in this open way is vital for the future of the UK. “Cyber security is a team sport and, as threats become more prolific and more complex, we should be sharing our experiences and views because there’s so much we can learn from each other.”

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