Arming Law Enforcement with Industry Skills and Volunteers

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Law enforcement and the military have recently begun looking externally for assistance with cybersecurity training from industry professionals. How is this being achieved, and what needs to be done to bridge the divide between those who need talent and training, and those who can provide it? Dan Raywood investigates.

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