Former Hargreaves Lansdown CIO partners with global cyber security platform to take on the fight against hackers.

Stuart Sumner
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David Davies, CEO of Bristol-based Navos Technologies, has announced a collaboration with global cyber security platform, Cynet. Davies spent more than 12 years as IT director at financial services...

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