Homegrown Cyber Security Company Uleska Secures £500,000 Investment To Drive Future Growth

Uleska Secures £500,000 Investment To Drive Future Growth

Andrew Kelly Corporate

Belfast-based software security company Uleska announced today that it has secured £500,000 in investment and sales, which will enable it to significantly grow product development and double its headcount. The company has raised £325,000 in investment from a combination of institutional and private investors, including Techstart NI, Clarendon Fund Managers and Dennis Murphy, co-founder of software business Anaeko. Sales of …

Connected Printers Most Vunerable To Cyber Security Attack

Connected Printers Most Vunerable To Cyber Security Attack

Andrew Kelly Corporate

Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting office hardware as a gateway into company security systems, according to Burkes, one of Northern Ireland’s largest independent vendors for print, document, data and communication technologies. Burke Systems & Solutions issued the warning at a business event in the Grand Central Hotel where they informed companies that they are vulnerable to attack because of compromised …

Staff Education Key To Significantly Reducing Risk Of Cyber Security Breaches

Staff Education Key To Reducing Cyber Security Breaches

Andrew Kelly Corporate

Staff education and board level oversight are essential if companies are to effectively deal with the growing risk of cyber security breaches and attacks, a business breakfast event organised by Danske Bank was told today. Around 120 local business people met at the Galgorm Resort & Spa in Ballymena for the first in a series of Danske Advantage cyber security …

Carson McDowell Backs NI Cyber Cluster To Be Major Driver Of Local Economy

Carson McDowell Backs NI Cyber Cluster To Be Major Driver Of Local Economy

Andrew Kelly Corporate

Northern Ireland’s largest law firm, Carson McDowell, has backed cyber security to be one of the fastest growing sectors of the local economy in the next decade, as it announced a new strategic partnership with the Northern Ireland Cyber Security Cluster. Known as NI Cyber, the cluster consists of more than 35 companies who are developing world-leading cyber security technology …

Cyber Security Should Be A High Priority For NI Businesses

Kathryn Stevenson Corporate

Cyber security should now be considered as high a priority as other business critical risk management issues, according to a leading expert in online security. Speaking at a series of business events organised by Danske Bank, David Crozier, head of strategic partnership and engagement at Queen’s University Belfast’s Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) told over 200 business people that …

Conference organiser Gary Robinson, European board member, OWASP with event speakers Shannon Lietz, director of DevSecOps, Intuit and Mark Miller, senior storyteller, Sonatype

Cyber Security Skills Demanding Double the NI Average Salary

Alastair Luke Corporate

Young people who gain cyber security skills can expect to earn as much as double the average salary in Northern Ireland, an event run by tech organisation OWASP (the Open Web Application Security Project) heard today. The scale of the opportunity was highlighted at a schools outreach event at W5 that kicked off AppSecEU 2017, one of Europe’s largest cyber …