Closest comparison is the personnel manning the wireless intercept stations for Bletchley Park where mixed military civilian staff enabled the enemies codes to be brokenIt's hard to know what to make of this, without knowing the threat scope to be managed (and maybe it is undestandable why that might not be published) what skills will be required.
For the really heavy duty stuff as it were, those skills are leading edge nerdlinger types whose expertise has been built over the years, as have their salaries too. Not easy to acquire for those who have to soldier in the field I guess, regardless of how dedicated and capable they might inherently be, so how to be ready at that level then?
My bold. Gotta protect those cap badges...A number of existing cyber functions are being brought together from across the Army to establish the regiment, with personnel from 15 different cap badges represented in the first intake, plus specialist Royal Navy and RAF personnel.
Steady on. Baby steps first, and not without a SPS Cpl with a ruler under the lines of text, supervising.Can they look at ModNet & JPA?