Cyber Security Analyst
James has recently helped me find a new position in the Information Security field. James was an absolute pleasure to deal with from start to finish. He kept me in the loop at all times and was always quick to respond to any queries I had. I was very nervous throughout the process but James was quick to quash any worries. He thoroughly prepared me for my interview and made various suggestions around the topics which may be covered. I quickly learned James has a very intimate knowledge of the industry and at times I even wondered if he was more suitable for the role I was applying for than me. After all was said and done I even received a bottle of champagne in the mail from James. I would recommend James’ services to anyone in the Cyber Security community looking for a new opportunity.
Part of the reason we love what we do here at InfoSec People is that, as well as making great connections in our industry, we are also in a position to give something back to the wider community.
InfoSec People are headline sponsors of Cyber Cheltenham - www.cynam.org
CyNam (Cyber Cheltenham), is a new non-profit making organisation based in the heart of the UK’s cyber security community in Cheltenham. The goal of CyNam is to bring together the best technology minds from local SME’s and Startups to fully harness the rich cyber security ecosystem that flourishes around Cheltenham, the home of the National Technical Authority for Information Security, GCHQ.
InfoSec MD, Chris Dunning-Walton founded the CyNam initiative in 2016 with over 150 people attending our first free event in December. CyNam is now a Community Interest Company with a Board of Directors incorporating technical leaders from the local community, with backing from local and national Government.
Quarterly CyNam events continue to grow in popularity, with the next taking place in October 2019.
InfoSec People continues to support this exciting initiative as a Headline Sponsor and Board member.
Byte Night - Friday 7 October 2016
Our 2016 dedicated chosen charity was Action for Children which supports the young and vulnerable as they grow up. On Friday 7 October 2016 we participated in Byte Night, the UK’s largest sleep out event which in the last 15 years has raised over £8.4million to tackle the root causes of youth homelessness. Hundreds of volunteers took part across ten UK locations and aimed to raise £1.4million.
InfoSec were delighted to reach our target of £2,500 for Action for Children with thanks going to all our kind sponsors.
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