HSBC hires BoE’s cyber risk chief

Watchdog’s CISO will serve as UK bank’s first head of resilience risk

HSBC

HSBC has hired the chief information security officer (CISO) of its primary regulator, the Bank of England, as its first head of resilience risk – a policy area the UK watchdog has made a priority following a string of high-profile service outages among high street banks over the past 18 months.

Cameron ‘Buck’ Rogers is set to join the bank on June 3, according to two people familiar with the matter. In a sign of the critical importance with which the role is viewed within the bank, Rogers will

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