Ethical hackers help firms fight attacks

Friday, 27 January 2006, 12:31 PM EST

Businesses are hiring a growing number of ethical hackers to test the security of their IT systems, the consulting group NCC said this week.

NCC chief executive Rob Cotton,announcing at 10% rise in interim profits, said that demand for ethical hacking had grown by 50% last year, and would continue to rise in 2006.

At ComputerWeekly.

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