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Detica reveals the dark arts of uncovering cyber attacks [video]

04 Feb 2013

V3 visited BAE Systems Detica's cyber security bunker to get a look at the cutting-edge technologies it uses to detect incoming threats.

In an exclusive video, the firm's cyber security director Richard Wilding broke down the key clues analysts look for when trying to spot nefarious activity on their company's network.

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