Why DO so many cyber security vendors operate without the correct certification? It’s a big question and all too rarely discussed.
Many vendors claim to align with ISO27001 or NCSC Cyber Essentials – but that isn’t the same as being certified.
Why does it matter – and what does it mean for customers? Watch our recorded webinar to find out what certification means – and why it’s a solid foundation for digital trust.
Discussing the issue are Paul Maxwell, Director at Stratia Cyber, Victoria Guillot, Owner of Awareness on Message and named one of the Top 30 Women of Influence in Cyber Security 2022, and Ram Sethi, Director of Cyber Spectre.
Learn why accreditation is so crucial for vendors who trade on a reputation for keeping data safe – and what it means for customers.
Paul Maxwell, Director Stratia Cyber
Paul is a founding Director of Stratia Cyber and an experienced Risk Management and Security Architect, highly respected for his excellent technical, communication and leadership skills, and his commitment to supporting Government and Commercial systems projects. Prior to joining the world of consultancy, Paul held roles including Sensors Engineers in the Royal Navy, Operational and Computer Network Defence Manager for MOD DII systems, Lead Security Architect at HM Coastguard, Desktop Accreditor for Top Secret systems and Security Assurance Manager for GCHQ.
Victoria Guillot, Owner, Awareness on Message
Victoria has 25 years cross-sector experience in cyber security and privacy and was named in the top 30 female Cybersecurity leaders 2022. She is a trusted advisor to CISOs and DPOs, known for her ability to drive collaboration and behaviour change by connecting and empowering teams within organisations to create and implement people-centric solutions that really make a difference.
Victoria has focused primarily on cyber security and privacy behaviour, awareness, education and training since 2014 with clients including the John Lewis Partnership, Standard Chartered Bank, Unilever, BlackRock, the Bank of England, and Schroders.
Ram Sethi, Director, Cyberspectre
Ram is a digital transformation specialist with over 25 years of experience across technology services, finance and advisory. Ram helps customers navigate digital transformation holistically by creating programs for change, new business models, technology architectures and executing complex deployments.
Ram believes cyber-intelligence is critical to creating competitive advantage in the digital economy. His focus is translating the business impact of technology disruption – cost and risk impact, substitution effects, strategy and vision. He has worked with government, financial, retail, IT and telco customers globally.