FCA upskills thousands of employees with compulsory cybercrime training

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The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has sent 4,430 of its employees on compulsory cybercrime and information security courses over the past two financial years, a policy think tank has revealed. The data, obtained under the freedom of information request by The Parliament Street think tank, revealed the threat posed by financial cybercrime and the potential shortcoming in cybersecurity skills among FCA employees. The FCA revealed that as well as the ‘Cyber and Information Security' e-learning course, which is compulsory for all staffers to complete, 217 participants were also e...

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