Why the private sector is poaching cyber security experts from the public sector

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Simon Kouttis, head of cyber security practice at executive search firm Stott & May, explains why businesses are recruiting infosec talent from government

Recent high profile data breaches including Sony Pictures, Ashley Madison, and JP Morgan, which led to huge financial loss, claimed the heads of senior executives, damaged the public standing of th...

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