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BT recruitment drive takes aim at cybersecurity

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 13 April 16

U.K. incumbent to hire 900 staff over next 12 months in bid to boost protection for consumer, corporate clients.

BT on Wednesday unveiled plans to recruit 900 extra staff to work in cybersecurity over the next 12 months in a bid to improve protection for consumer, corporate and government customers. The intake will include 170 graduates and apprentices in a bid to address what BT terms a skills shortage in the security sector…

BT on Wednesday unveiled plans to recruit 900 extra staff to work in cybersecurity over the next 12 months in a bid to improve protection for consumer, corporate and government customers. The intake will include 170 graduates and apprentices in a bid to address what BT terms a skills shortage in the security sector…

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