Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story
Charles Sweeney
Jul18

Charles Sweeney

Charles Sweeney is CEO of Bloxx, a content filtering and security company. He has worked with a number of successful high-growth SMEs across a variety of sectors including medical devices, animal health and software development. Why I Joined The Analogies Project  “I think that the analogies project makes security trends and issues accessible to all and in my opinion that can only be a good thing. There is no point in the IT...

Romilly Cocking
Jul08

Romilly Cocking

Romilly Cocking wrote his first program as an eleven year old in 1958. Since then, he has worked for IBM, run a software house for 19 years, and taught over 5,000 students how to develop quality software. He has now retired but is still actively involved in the Maker movement, with particular interest in the Internet of Things. Why I Joined The Analogies Project “I’m concerned that the excitement and momentum in the...

Mo Amin
Jul07

Mo Amin

Mo Amin is a London based information security professional. He started out in the world of desktop support where he honed his communication skills from there he transitioned into information security. Since then he has acquired a broad range of experience across the field ranging from operational security through to consultancy. He has always had an interest in information security awareness and over the last couple of years has...

Richard Hollis
Jul03

Richard Hollis

Richard Hollis has been the Chief Executive Officer/Receptionist at Risk Factory Ltd since its inception and hasn’t had a night’s sleep since.  His dream if he could remember it, is to design and deliver simple, cost-effective information risk management services that don’t stick to the roof of your mouth. Born at a very young age, he was voted “Most Likely to Take a Life” at Our Lady of Perpetual Guilt Elementary School in 1968.  A...

Stuart Coulson
Jun10

Stuart Coulson

Stuart didn’t train in security, he didn’t start a career to become a cyber security expert. In fact geography was his passion. But with a career starting as a helpdesk engineer, moving through recruitment, researcher, sales, trainer, quality manager, director of data centres and finally within a small niche security house attached to a hosting provider, it’s fair to say that there has been a strong IT flavour since...

Jason Cowling
Jun06

Jason Cowling

Jason Cowling has over fifteen years of experience in the security industry. Jason has designed security applications for every commercial sector, along with project managing installations. He was the recipient of the Scholarship for Service scholarship at Carnegie Mellon University, awarded by the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation. Academically, Jason’s security focus is on National and Global cybersecurity...

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