The UK’s digital spy agency, the GCHQ has placed a notice for open applications for the surveillance agency’s two summer schools in 2016. Students will be paid £250 a week from the £3.2bn budget award set by Chancellor of the Exchequer, Peter Osborne.
It has been a well-known fact that it uses computer network exploitation, CNE. The GCHQ hacks into computers, smartphones, and networks in the UK, as well as abroad.
Osborne and the GCHQ have taken this step to stay ahead of the curve for future Snowden-type activity. The GCHQ admits the private sector offers higher pay and attracts computer white hat experts away from government service.
The summer program [...]