UK police spend over £1m on cybersecurity training

The UK’s police forces have spent more than £1.3 million in the last three years training its staff on cybersecurity issues.

The figures, contained in a new report released by the Parliament Street Think Tank, show that almost 40,000 staff have taken part in the training.

North Wales Police lead the way when it came to the amount of training on offer, spending more than £375,000 in the past three years. The majority of funds went into the ‘Main Stream Cyber Training’, a five-day course that trained 147 staff and cost £160,000.

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Source: ITProPortal