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Archive of: 2020

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        A Fireside Chat with Richard Yorke, Co-Founder of Deep3 (A CACI Company)

    A Fireside Chat with Richard Yorke, Co-Founder of Deep3 (A CACI Company)

    Richard Yorke co-founded Deep3, an expert mission-critical software business, in 2014. Rapidly scaling into a thriving business with over 70 people, Deep3 was successfully acquired in November 2019 by CACI, creating an exciting addition to CACI’s leading defence and national security team.

    InfoSec People worked closely with Deep3, delivering talent attraction and retention consultation to support their rapid growth and vision. InfoSec MD, Chris Dunning-Walton, sat down with Richard to discuss his journey and a few of the biggest challenges currently facing start-ups and rapidly scaling businesses in the cyber tech sphere.

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        How mature is your business’ approach to attracting the best talent in the industry?

    How mature is your business’ approach to attracting the best talent in the industry?

    The rapidly changing marketplace during the Covid-19 outbreak has seen unprecedented levels of business uncertainty as we move into a recession; fast. In recruitment, we are seeing a shift from a client-lead marketplace to a candidate-lead marketplace as people are exploring roles in the search for job security and competing for limited opportunities in growth markets. In this changing marketplace, finding a recruitment partner who can provide a quality service is even more critical.

    Now is the time to demand more from your recruitment partner. To solidify and maximise the efficiency of your recruitment supplier relationship, InfoSec People have introduced an invaluable tool - the Recruitment Maturity Assessment.

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        How to stay cyber secure working from home

    How to stay cyber secure working from home

    The majority of the workforce is now working remotely due to the COVID19 lockdown, rapidly adjusting to their new normal. With so many of attempting ‘business as usual’, how do we ensure we stay cyber secure when working from home?

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        'Business as usual' during a pandemic: why remote working and flexibility have never been more vital to business success.

    'Business as usual' during a pandemic: why remote working and flexibility have never been more vital to business success.

    With the uncertain nature of COVID-19 and government advice to practice social distancing, remote working has become a hot topic amongst the global workforce, a conversation which is long overdue. Forward thinking, employee-centric companies have long been challenging the office based nine-to-five routine, recognising that in today’s increasingly connected, 24/7 world, people crave flexibility to work around their own lifestyle more than ever.

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        What we learned at CyNam 20.1: The Human Element of Cyber Technology

    What we learned at CyNam 20.1: The Human Element of Cyber Technology

    The first CyNam of 2020 kicked off the year’s events on Thursday 5th March, with a focus on the human element of cyber security, which profoundly affects the more technical components and guarantees that there can be no silver bullet in cyber security.

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  • Five things we learnt from #BeTheChange, the second NCSC Cyber Schools Hub event

    Last week saw the second NCSC Cyber Schools Hub event supported by CyNam, hosted at hub8 and sponsored by InfoSec People. Following on from the incredible feedback from both schools and our industry contacts following the first event back in December, we were really excited to create something even more valuable this time!

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