The Cyber Alliance was created to take a collective approach to securing the UK’s healthcare system during the pandemic. As a member of the Alliance, LORCA partnered with us to produce a video feature on how the Cyber Alliance is Securing Our Healthcare Infrastructure.
Hear from C5 Cyber Alliance project lead Georgina Callander and some of the members who are defending a critical part of the UK’s public services in a time of crisis including:
- 4iQ, and identity intelligence company
- SCYTHE, A cybersecurity platform that enables organisations to validate their defenses
- Glasswall Solutions, which offers protection from file-based threats
- ITC Secure, which provides cyber threat advisory and managed security services
- INKY, which prevents phishing attacks and increases phishing security awareness
Haven operating company ITC Secure is proud to be a member of Alliance. ITC is actioning a collective approach to securing the UK’s healthcare system during the pandemic. In the video below, you will here from ITC’s Director of Professional Services, Mandeep Gosal on what we are doing to help.
Read on for more information on The Cyber Alliance and on the LORCA Live programme >>
About LORCA Live: LORCA Live is a one week-long event to unite the ecosystem to explore the big issues of our day, from battling disinformation and becoming better digital citizens to ensuring the growth of early-stage cyber startups isn’t stunted and how COVID-19 is changing the security agenda for CISOs.
About LORCA Cyber: The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) supports the most promising cybersecurity innovators in scaling solutions to meet industry’s biggest challenges, while building the UK’s international cybersecurity profile. LORCA is a joint collaboration between Plexal, CSIT and Deloitte. It’s funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport as part of the National Cyber Security Strategy. LORCA delivers bespoke programmes and convenes cybersecurity innovators, investors, academics, industry experts, sister programmes and the international community. By 2021, they believe they will have stimulated the growth of at least 72 high-potential companies, grown up to 2,000 jobs, and secured £40 Million in investment. Find out more: https://www.lorca.co.uk