BoE creates new role in response to cyber crime threats


The Bank of England (BoE) has created a new role to oversee the central bank's defences against online attacks.

The chief information security officer (Ciso) will be responsible for "issues relating to information security, including cyber threats", the central bank said in a statement. The new Ciso, Don Randall, took up his responsibilities on November 1.

Until November 1, Randall was the Bank of England's head of security. His previous responsibilities have been assumed by Dominic Whittle, the

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