Foreign Secretary William Hague has today announced that the UK will invest £2 million to set up a ‘centre for excellence’ giving cyber security advice to other countries.

Hague made the announcement at the Budapest Conference on Cyberspace and also hinted at the possibility of global hotlines to enable countries to communicate urgent cyber security issues to each other.

The Centre for Global Cyber Security Capacity Building will bring together governments, researchers and security experts with the aim of positioning the UK at the centre of international cyber security efforts.

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