GCHQ praises Cyber safety champion

A 19-year-old university student has been named the UK's Cyber Security Champion following a rivalry sponsored by the aptitude agency GCHQ and quite a few leading tech firms. On Saturday Mr. Millican won the competition following taking part in a last sequence of challenges hosted by HP Labs which pitted six five-person teams next to each other. 

The prize in Bristol marks the culmination of a six-month extensive challenge intended to attract brilliant people to the cyberdefence industry. Prizes were modified towards each winner. Mr. Millican a first year computer sciences student at Jesus College, University of Cambridge - has been obtainable a paid follow-up masters degree at Royal Holloway, institution of higher education of London.

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