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Nineteen Group acquires SASIG

Today, Nineteen Group has announced the opening of registration for the highly anticipated International Cyber Expo (ICE) 2024. Set against the iconic Olympia London on September 24th and 25th, ICE 2024 promises to be an unparalleled convergence of the brightest minds and ground-breaking innovations in cybersecurity. Featuring over 150 leading cyber suppliers and welcoming 6,500+ international visitors, ICE goes beyond being just an event—it's a dynamic gathering showcasing the cutting edge of cyber defence and...

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DTX + UCX Manchester is Back: Global brands, cutting-edge technology and world-renowned speakers take centre stage

Digital Transformation EXPO Manchester (DTX) has announced the dates for this years exhibition, with the events doors opening on 22- 23 May, for what is set to be one of the most exciting technology exhibitions of the year. DTX will be co-located alongside Unified Communications EXPO (UCX) - the leading show for digital workplace tooling and customer contact strategy, plus Code100, - Europe’s ultimate coding competition which is hosting its first ever UK event in...

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Nominations Open for 2024’s European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards

Today, Eskenzi PR are proud to announce that nominations are open for the 11th annual European Cybersecurity Bloggers Awards. The 2024 event is sponsored by KnowBe4, Keeper Security and Coro and supported by our media partners, Infosecurity Magazine and the IT Security Guru. The awards aim to celebrate the industry’s best blogs, podcasts, and vlogs, as well as the exceptional talent who contribute to these forums. This year, the award will feature a brand-new category...

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Meet This Year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Nominees: Part 2

The nominations for the Most Inspiring Women in Cyber awards are out! It’s always wonderful to read about the incredible women in our industry, who are making fantastic contributions and paving the way for others. This year we had so many exceptional nominees. MIWIC24 is sponsored by Think Cyber Security Ltd, BT and Plexal, in partnership with WiCyS UK & Ireland Affiliate, Assured Intelligence, and the IT Security Guru. It is hosted by Eskenzi PR....

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Meet This Year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Nominees: Part 3

The nominations for the Most Inspiring Women in Cyber awards are out! It’s always wonderful to read about the incredible women in our industry, who are making fantastic contributions and paving the way for others. This year we had so many exceptional nominees. MIWIC24 is sponsored by Think Cyber Security Ltd, BT and Plexal,, in partnership with WiCyS UK & Ireland Affiliate, Assured Intelligence, and the IT Security Guru. It is hosted by Eskenzi PR....

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Meet This Year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Nominees: Part 1

The nominations for the Most Inspiring Women in Cyber awards are out! It’s always wonderful to read about the incredible women in our industry, who are making fantastic contributions and paving the way for others. This year we had so many exceptional nominees. MIWIC24 is sponsored by Think Cyber Security Ltd, BT and Plexal,, in partnership with WiCyS UK & Ireland Affiliate, Assured Intelligence, and the IT Security Guru. It is hosted by Eskenzi PR....

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Previous Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Winners: Where Are They Now?

Over the last four years, The Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards have celebrated some of most inspirational women from across the cybersecurity industry. From CISOs to students, the awards aim to celebrate everyone, no matter what stage of their career they may be at. In previous years, notable winners have included SVP Content Strategy and Evangelist at KnowBe4, Anna Collard (who has gone on to champion wellbeing in cybersecurity) and Anne Woodley, Senior Security...

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Brad Freeman, Director of Technology at SenseOn introduce himself as a security professional with both practical and leadership experience and outlined in his talk the importance of doing the SOC basics right, from a perspective of people and processes.   Brad began by discussing how in many cases, analysts want to deal with serious security investigations: Compromises, incidents, things generally going wrong. This is something that they can get on a regular basis at a large...

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'open' sign on window ledge

The UK is home to around 5.5 million Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). They collectively account for 99.9% of businesses, generating three fifths of employment, and with a combined turnover of £2.3 trillion. As such, they represent a vital element of the economy and a significant national asset, which in turn, highlights a need to ensure that they are protected. The connected and IT-dependent nature of modern businesses means that the cyber perspective will be...

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insider threat

In today's digital age, where organisations heavily rely on technology and data, ensuring strong Cyber Security practices is paramount, and one often overlooked aspect, is the departure of staff members. The departure of an employee can introduce vulnerabilities and risks if not handled properly. Establishing a well-defined process for staff departures is crucial not only for maintaining operational continuity but also for safeguarding sensitive information from potential cyber threats. Chris White, member of International Cyber...

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