Monday June 1, 2020

Denis Naughten: National cyber hub will protect our digital revolution

Proposed centre will help and protect businesses here from online threats

11th September, 2016

Even now, 40 years after the start of the revolution in digital technology, we can sometimes overlook the extent to which the world has been changed. Practically every service and product we use or consume depends to some degree on connected devices and technologies.

Declan Kiberd is right when he said the Irish are notable for two striking qualities: the extraordinary modernity of Irish thinking, and our capacity for constant, usually successful, adjustments to an ever-changing...

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