Earlier this week it was announced that the Transatlantic Cyber Security Business Network (TCBN) have partnered with the International Cyber Expo 2022. The event, which runs from 27th-28th September at Olympia London, Kensington, will host 5000 delegates and over 100 leading cyber vendors. As part of the event, TCBN will host its own exhibit that will provide a central hub for the team and members to participate, network and collaborate throughout the event.
TCBN, established in 2021 by Andy Williams (former UK cyber trade envoy to the US), Political Intelligence, and Plexal (the UK’s largest cyber innovation centre) is a network committed to enhancing the longstanding cyber business relationship between the UK and US. According to the network, events such as the International Cyber Expo aim to bring together a coalition of cybersecurity organisations and cyber vendors from both sides of the Atlantic through a series of events, trade missions and online thought leadership engagements.
The network has grown significantly over the past 15 months, with 45 organisations now forming part of the network, including our 4 Supporting Partners (techUK, Crest, Cylon & Cyber Exchange) along with 6 Council Members (Armis, Armour Comms, BlockApt, CryptoQuantique, Garrison & Veracode).
TCBN stated: “At International Cyber Expo 2022 we look to build out our visibility so that organisations wanting to expand through the transatlantic cyber market can utilise our network and connections to help them do so.”
At the event, co-founder Andy Williams is due to present a keynote on the ‘Techhub Stage’ at 2.55pm on the 27th September. The event, entitled ‘Targeting the $65bn US Cybersecurity Market,’ will explore the US as the world’s largest market for cybersecurity products and services; address the issues for cyber vendors associated with success in the US market; and explore the support available to UK organisations with transatlantic ambitions.
The TCBN team will be at booth no. E20, where they will be speaking to members about their mission in support of building a strong transatlantic cyber relationship.
They added: “We are inviting all our members to join us at our exhibit and would warmly receive all who come to listen to Andy’s key insights into the transatlantic cyber relationships.”
You can register to attend the International Cyber Expo (whether you are a TCBN member or not) now: https://ice-2022.reg.buzz/e1