Attracting cyber security talent a 'challenge' for police - Cyber Crime Unit's Andy Archibald

Danny Palmer
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"Within the private sector the salary packages are more attractive," Archibald tells e-Crime Congress

The public sector - and the police force in particular - is struggling to attract top cyber security talent to help protect the public from hackers and cyber criminals because security professional...

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