The Thai army is reportedly planning to recruit civilian “cyber warriors” in efforts to boost the government’s ability to respond to cyber threats. Civilian experts are slated to be employed to assist the government in combating cybercrime, as well as help the government improve its systems, according to reports. Thai army commander-in-chief Chalermchai Sittisat said: “We don’t have enough personnel withexpertise in cyber security. Therefore, we need to recruit civilians for our centre, who can manage it properly and earn a reasonable salary,” the Bangkok Post reported.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: International Business Times