British intelligence services crack down on Chinese cyber spies

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The British government is setting up a new agency to combat “Chinese cyber spies and other threats,” the media reported.

According to a new report in The Register, the agency is called the National Protective Security Agency (NPSA) and will answer directly to MI5. The news was broken by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who explained that the NPSA is part of the government’s effort to refresh its security (opens in new tab) strategy, known as the “Integrated Review”.

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