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Why you should hire a hacker in 2017

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Why you should hire a hacker in 2017

The global cost of cybercrime could reach £4.9 trillion annually by 2021, according to a recent report from Cybersecurity Ventures. Cyber crime incidents continue to plague organisations globally, even as businesses pour money into boosting their security. But how do …

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BT looking to hire 900 cyber security workers

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BT is looking to hire 900 people over the next 12 months to work in its security business. The recruitment drive is part of a major push to consumers, businesses and governments from the growing threat of cyber crime. BT already employs over 2,500 security professionals and has security operations centres worldwide.

BT expects to take-on and train 170 graduates and apprentices, as part of its 900 recruitment intake in the next 12 months. People will work in a range of cyber security and related support services roles. Graduates and apprentices will undergo training in BT’s Security Academy in a range of areas including physical security, penetration testing, threat intelligence, risk management, security operations and sales.

While the majority of the roles will be in the UK, with many located at BT’s security operations centres in London, Sevenoaks and Cardiff, BT is also looking to hire security specialists across Continental Europe, the Americas, the Middle-East and Asia-Pacific.
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Homeland Security Dept. Can Not Combat Cyberattacks As They Struggles to Hire Staff

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WASHINGTON — At a time of increasing threats of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, the Department of Homeland Security is having trouble recruiting much-needed computer experts because it cannot match the pay of the private sector and does not have the same allure as intelligence agencies. Recent disclosures that Iranian hackers with ties to the government in Tehran had launched a cyberattack against a dam in New York highlighted the need for the department, which is charged with protecting government and private systems from cyberintrusions, to have a staff capable of responding to sophisticated enemies. “We are competing in a tough marketplace against a private sector that is in a position to offer a lot more money,” Jeh Johnson, the Homeland Security secretary, told senators at a hearing last month. “We need more cybertalent without a doubt in D.H.S., in the federal government, and we are not where we should be right now, that is without a doubt.” Concern about the potential for cyberattacks on infrastructure was heightened after a Dec. 23 hack of the Ukrainian power grid that caused a blackout for 225,000 customers. The department, which helped Ukrainian officials investigate the case, confirmed that it was a cyberattack. But […]

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Hackers for hire: The dangers of small time cyber-crime

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Black market websites have offered a wide array of services aimed at the aspiring cyber-criminal for some time. However, recent attention has been given to a new breed of websites that offer hacking services to a much broader market. Hacking, it would seem, is moving from the realms of the aspiring criminal on the dark web and becoming a mainstream service. Sites such as hackerslist.com, hackerforhire.org and neighbourhoodhacker.com have developed as anonymous meeting grounds for those seeking hacking services and those willing to provide them for a fee. Even the review site hackerforhirereview.com has sprung up, ostensibly rating such sites for veracity and effectiveness. As is to be expected in a technologically advanced market such as this, the free market has adapted to fill a perceived gap in the market before legislation can catch up. As such, the legality of these sites and practices remains in question, yet this has not prevented them from being populated with hundreds of listings. The services offered on these sites tend to be only a portion of those offered on the much larger and unambiguously illegal ‘underground’ market of the dark web. You won’t find advertising for malicious botnets of infected computers with which […]

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