Morphing threats keep financial services on alert

Firms change their hiring practices to deal with cyber criminals

Cyber crime key on keyboard

The financial services sector is moving to keep pace with cyber criminals by changing its hiring practices, and arming itself with big data to detect and prevent a breach.

Over the coming year, companies will look to beef up their staff with security professionals who know how criminals think, say cybersecurity experts, who expect big data to become the first line of defence.

Can they learn fast enough?

"What keeps them up at night is that cybersecurity threats keep changing form," says Russell

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