UK cybersecurity firm NCC makes second round of job cuts this year

Six months after slashing 7% of its workforce

Tom Allen
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UK cybersecurity firm NCC makes second round of job cuts this year

NCC Group, a UK cybersecurity firm with more than 14,000 customers, has confirmed it more staff are to lose their jobs, after it cut 125 roles in February.

Sources speaking to TechCrunch were the first to highlight the dismissals at the Manchester-based company. NCC, which specialises in penetration testing and software escrow services, later confi...

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