Recruiters offered steps to take in the event of being hacked

Recruiters should inform regulators as soon as possible and check their insurance policies thoroughly should they fall victim to hackers, according to digital law specialists.
Fri, 18 Nov 2016

Recruiters should inform regulators as soon as possible and check their insurance policies thoroughly should they fall victim to hackers, according to digital law specialists.

This week. Reuters reported Canada’s armed forces confirmed its recruitment website had been hacked, with applicants redirected to China’s government website instead....

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