Omand believes state security agencies should increase their support to private firms by providing advice on cyber security, personnel vetting and other issues. But with the emphasis now on countering militant attacks, there is a reluctance to do what is often seen as the private sector's job. "There is the question of who pays," says Omand. "The government would expect the private sector to put its own money into its own protection, and to make sure they employ the right kind of specialists ...
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