Lack of cybersecurity professionals to drive up services spending - Gartner

Nima Green
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Analyst claims tightening regulations and lack of talent are increasing services spending

Global IT security spending is forecast to rise by almost a quarter to hit $124.12bn (£96.48bn) in 2019, largely driven by the low supply of highly skilled talent, and regulatory changes. That's...

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