It’s a big problem and one at risk of causing the ‘most significant harm’ to the UK economy according to the cyber lead at the City of London Police. No wonder, then, that we take it as seriously as we do. It’s our key focus.

Andy Platts, Author

When is enough good enough?

Word of mouth: we all know it’s the best form of marketing, and it turns out that it’s also the best way to be nominated for an award… Tomorrow night, I will don my dinner jacket as I head out for the #TheNationalCyberAwards having been recommended for an award by some of our clients.

We’ve been nominated in the Cyber Policing category for the Business Protection Award, alongside South Wales Police Regional Organised Crime Unit and the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Crime Unit. As the only ‘civvies on the street’, we are thrilled and honoured to be recognised for our work in preventing cyber-crime.

It’s a big problem and one at risk of causing the ‘most significant harm’ to the UK economy according to the cyber lead at the City of London Police. No wonder, then, that we take it as seriously as we do. It’s our key focus.

But tomorrow night will be a chance to celebrate our success, recognition for the daily efforts we take to protect businesses, perhaps one like yours, from such security threats. Regardless of whether we win, I am looking forward to taking some time off, to reflect on how far we’ve come and will continue to looks for ways in which we can make our IT support and service offerings even better. I’ll let you know how we get on. #TNCA2019