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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