With three years passing since the last Infosecurity Europe, there is a lot to look forward to at this month’s event. The cyber security landscape has evolved significantly since the event was last held in 2019, and exhibitors and attendees will undoubtedly be contributing countless new insights, learnings and predictions. With this in mind, Bridewell are excited to be attending Infosecurity Europe 2022 where we will be sharing our latest research, insights, business updates, and a few other surprises.
Look for us at Stand U80 to learn more about these at the event (we will be there June 21st – June 23rd). We’re located near the Microsoft stand, so stop by if you’d like to see how our ranged of managed services can complement your Microsoft technology stack.
What’s Changed in Critical National Infrastructure (CNI)?
- Transport and aviation
Among Our Top Findings:
Only 3 in 10 CNI organisations have a plan for decision making on whether to pay the ransom
More than 7 in 10 CNI organisations have seen cyber attacks increase since the start of the war in Ukraine
97% of CNI organisations have concerns about the proposed updates to the NIS Regulations
79% think their operations will be significantly disrupted by
ransomware in the next 12 months
What’s New with the Wider Cyber Community?
Since 2019, we’ve also begun working together with the wider cyber security community and have collaborated with the UK’s leading regulators, industry bodies, Microsoft, and the NCSC. Beyond sharing our latest research, Martin Riley, our Director of Managed Security Services, and Glenn Warwick, Principal Lead Consultant, will also be presenting at the Microsoft stand (Stand S40 on June 22nd at 10:00-10:30). In their presentation, they will discuss how Bridewell and Microsoft can work together to overcome the challenges faced by operators of CNI, including the integration of IT and OT security operations and support for their business transformation agendas.
- Making Effective Use of Threat Intelligence – Speak with our consultants for their guidance on how you can make better use of cyber threat intelligence within your organisation, using insights from our upcoming webinar ‘Helping Operators of CNI Transform Cyber Resilience Through Cyber Threat Intelligence’.
- Managed Detection and Response (MDR) – If you’re looking to collaborate with a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) or MDR provider, why not visit our stand to learn about which is a better fit for your business. Our consultants will be sharing their expertise along with insights from our two latest whitepapers
- Understand the Threat of Human Operated Ransomware (HoR) – Speak with Gavin Knapp, Cyber Defence Technical Lead at Bridewell, to learn about his experience with HoR and best practice for defending against it.
- Learn about Bridewell’s Zero Carbon Journey – In the last year at Bridewell has taken major steps to promote sustainability and reduce our carbon footprint. In Jan 2022, we are proud to have become the UK’s first cyber security company to achieve carbon negative status. Speak to our team about how we got here, and what we’re doing next.
What’s New with Bridewell?
Since we last attended Infosecurity Europe, Bridewell has grown significantly. We’ve undergone massive growth that has seen us working together with more organisations in a wider range of critical sectors and offering an improved suite of cyber security services. Last month, we updated the Bridewell brand to reflect these developments, and better communicate how we’ve refined our range of services and refreshed our values. To discuss how this brand refresh can help your organisation or try one of our demos, our directors, consultants and sales team will all be at our stand during the event.
We’re excited to share our latest insights and updates with you at Infosecurity Europe 2022 and look forward to seeing you there!