ThreatSpike and Crises Control join forces at BCI World 2016

ThreatSpike and Crises Control join forces at BCI World 2016

The Crises Control and ThreatSpike teams are joining forces for the first time to showcase leading edge cyber security product ThreatSpike and award winning innovative BC solution Crises Control to the BC community at the BCI World Conference and Exhibition.

Transputec Head of Cyber Security, Sonny Sehgal, and ThreatSpike Labs Founder and Director, Adam Blake, will both be speaking at the conference on the subject of cyber security. They have been invited to present to delegates on the subject of social engineering and how to protect your company from the growing cyber threat through the use of algorithms and big data.

Both products are sold by Transputec Computers Ltd, which has also sponsored a major piece of research by the BCI on the subject of cyber resilience, which will be available from our stand at the conference. The Conference takes place on 8th and 9th November at the Novotel London West Hotel.

Transputec and ThreatSpike have been nominated in two categories in the Computing Magazine Security Excellence Awards 2016, for Network Security and Vulnerability Management.

These two SaaS products are a natural fit for each other. They both address the needs of enterprises for solutions that help them to mitigate the threat of cyber attack on the corporate IT network. ThreatSpike will uncover, protect from and prevent such attacks. Crises Control will alert the security or IT team immediately to cyber threats as soon as they occur, thanks to its integrated trigger alert capability.

I am very excited at the potential for these two leading edge products to work together for the benefit of enterprises of all sizes. Come along to our stand at BCI World and we will show you just how powerful they can be when integrated with your corporate security network.

Rickie Sehgal

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