Bletchley Park: 'Codebreakers school' planned for site
Bletchley Park, the site of secret code-deciphering projects during World War Two, could become the centre for a new generation of codemakers and codebreakers.
There are plans for a training college to teach cybersecurity skills to 16-19 year olds at the Buckinghamshire site.
Former Home Secretary Lord Reid said it had become vital to build up the "talent pool" for cyber-defence.
The college in a wartime building at Bletchley is intended to open in 2018.
The project, developed by a not-for-profit group from the cybersecurity industry, is planning a National College of Cyber Security, which would open in autumn 2018.