Britain gets cyber college

Britain gets cyber college

Tech November 24, 2016 07:03

bletchley - During World War II secret codes were invented and deciphered and more than 70 years later comes the British Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire first National Board for Cyber ​​Security. Secret codes do not often be cracked, but cybercrime is all the more for it. In September 2018 the first hundred students can enroll.

The new school is designed for talented 16- to 18-year-old students and is next to the National Museum of Computing, which is already on the historical site.

Bletchley Park became known as the famous code-analyst Alan Turing worked among others. He managed to decipher the secret codes of enemy Nazi Germany, such as the infamous 'uncrackable' enigma code, which brought an end to World War II.

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