This week’s podcast interview is with Ciaran Martin, the chief executive of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre. While the US political climate makes it implausible that the National Security Agency would be asked to head a nationwide cybersecurity center designed to work with the private sector, that’s exactly the job that the United Kingdom given to GCHQ, the British equivalent of NSA. I ask why, and a lot more too.
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