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LOOK INTERNALLY FOR NEW CYBER SECURITY EMPLOYEES

Faced with evidence of increasing security threats, any sensible organisation will make efforts to improve its preparedness but these can be frustrated by a lack of cyber security professionals in Australia and New Zealand.

This shortage is being felt worldwide – a new report by the Ponemon Institute says 75 percent of firms globally find it difficult to hire

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