Top defence and telecom firms join UK cyber security war
Rob ColmanNews Data Security BAE Systems BT Group Hewlett Packard Lockheed Martin RollsRoyce telecom UK
Britain is teaming up with nine of the world's biggest weapon makers and telecoms providers to bolster the country's cyber security, aiming to tackle the increasing threat of hacking and other such attacks.
BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce, BT Group, Lockheed Martin and Hewlett Packard are among companies that will team up with government to share information on tackling cyber threats, the Ministry of Defence said on Friday. Read the full story on the Daily Telegraph website here.
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