The Tech Skills Gap Has Huge Implications For Cybersecurity

Dominic Harvey: The government’s Autumn budget signalled a real step change for the tech industry.

The move to create a new National Centre for Computing and triple the number of computer science teachers represents significant progress – especially considering recent findings that more than half of England’s secondary schools did not offer GCSE computer science in 2015-16.

Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s words are music to the ears of an industry crying out for change.

Shortly before the Budget, at CWJobs we commissioned a wide-reaching survey of tech employers, 94 per cent of whom said the industry is facing a skills shortage.

More worrying still was…

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