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How does a secure, secretive organisation communicate? Good question.
Having Messenger on our laptops and computers certainly helps – especially for
anyone working at one of our many sites across the UK, or in another part of the ‘doughnut’.
It makes things much more collaborative and flexible: people can work in ways
that suit them while still being kept in the loop. And any face-to-face meetings
don’t need to be formal affairs, people often have them over coffee. When you first join us,
not having your mobile phone on you does take some adjustment. But the main thing to remember
is that you’re still contactable. Everyone has a landline number they can
give to those who need it. It’s a simple touch, but really useful.
A world without computing? Perish the thought. But that’s why it’s so important people learn how to protect technology – and to become our future cyber security specialists. CyberFirst helps students do exactly that.