Chinese people use computers at an internet cafe in Beijing, China, 31 May 2017. China will adopt a controversial cybersecurity law from 01 June despite concerns from overseas groups doing business in China. The aim of the law is to protect networks and private user information with rigorous data surveillance and storage for companies and firms working in China. Photo: EPA

China’s hottest job is a cyber bodyguard to protect companies from hackers

Businesses in mainland China are hiring more cyber security professionals with higher pay to combat cyber threats in a growingly digitalised operation, said recruiters.

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Chinese people use computers at an internet cafe in Beijing, China, 31 May 2017. China will adopt a controversial cybersecurity law from 01 June despite concerns from overseas groups doing business in China. The aim of the law is to protect networks and private user information with rigorous data surveillance and storage for companies and firms working in China. Photo: EPA
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