Cyber Wales International Members

International Members

B-Hive (Belgium)

Cyber Wales have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with B-Hive on the 27th February 2018. B-Hive is a European collaborative innovation fintech platform that brings together major banks, insurers and market infrastructure players. Together, we work on common innovation challenges and build bridges to the start-up and scale-up community. We aim to put Brussels on the map as the smart gateway to Europe and leverage on the opportunities offered by the digital transformation for the financial services industry. We believe that building bridges between important fintech hubs and the Eurozone enables both European and non-European companies to grow and expand.  See www.b-hive.eu for more information.

CyNation Ltd

CyNation is an Integrated Risk Management company focused on managing the risks inherent in supply chains and third-party ecosystems. Our Platform, CyDesk, automates the processes involved in managing third-party risk and provides organisations with real-time visibility of the risk exposure from their supply chain and third parties. CyDesk combines cyber security, compliance and other business risks like AML, KYC and ESG into one dashboard. The platform’s flexible design caters for other regulations and other business risks to be added to meet client requirements. Organisations can upload their own assessments, invite their suppliers, and CyDesk scores the responses to rank suppliers accordingly. For more information, please contact Daniela Menzky on +44 (0)20 3190 5000 or email: [email protected]

Global Cyber Alliance (USA)

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. We achieve our mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions, and measuring the effect. GCA, a non profit, was founded in September 2015 by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the City of London Police and the Center for Internet Security. GCA makes the internet safer by: Uniting Global Communities - we must stand as a global community; Implementing Concrete Solutions – we make those solutions freely available; and Measuring the Effect – we know what works and what doesn’t. For more information contact Gill Thomas on +44 (0)7798 677409 or [email protected]

Nad Al Shiba (UAE)

Based in Wales, we help entrepreneurs from across the globe to build cyber security businesses. We believe that good security will be at the heart of any business succeeding in the 21stCentury and beyond. We assist in developing the Cybersecurity Ecosystem through accelerating innovative start-ups as well as bridging the globally leading Cybersecurity companies internationally. We believe that our digital world requires global government that will define/design/build the global infrastructure/architectures/systems/solutions/processes/resources from meeting various levels/types/forms of needs for all the structural elements for SECURE CYBERWORLD & EcoSystem to move forward by formulating/implementing strategic plans though alliances and partnerships on national and international level. For more information please contact Faheem Azhar [email protected]

PGI - Protection Group International

PGI was established as a Group in 2013 from the acquisition of nine companies with track records in cyber intelligence, cyber security, protective security training and international capacity building. We organise our operating divisions around five key themes: Intelligence; Cyber; Training; Technology; and Physical. PGI is headquartered in Paddington, UK, with offices in Australia, Sri Lanka and Kenya, strategic relationships in the US and the Middle East and multiple points of presence across the globe.

Pole d'Excellence Cyber (Bretagne, France)

Initiated in 2014 by the Ministry of the Armed Forces (cyber defense pact) and the Regional Council of Brittany (pact of the future) with a national scope and a goal of international outreach, the Cyber ​​Pole of Excellence is based on the academic fabric and regional industrialists, as well as national partners or other territories. The mission of the Cyber ​​Excellence Center is to stimulate the development of: The cyber training offer (initial, continuous, superior); Cyber ​​academic research; and The industrial and technological base of cybersecurity, with particular attention to innovative SMEs-SMIs, including export. See the Bretagne Development Innovation Regional Economic Agency for more details of the Bretagne Cyber Valley.

TechLink (Estonia)

The aim of TechLink is to help more in the UK technology sector to learn what is on offer in and from Estonia, to the benefit of the technology sector and wider economies in both countries. Using the knowledge of its team and partners, it has been set up to: Link together specific people, teams and projects in the two countries on specific technology issues; showcase early stage R&D projects and explore the opportunities for collaboration and continued funding, to the benefit of both Estonian technology developers and UK investors; and use its user-friendly web presence to share information on activity in key sectors. No sector is excluded, but the focus will be on areas of Estonian technological strength and expertise including Financial Technology, Cyber Security, BioTech, Digital Government, Smart City development, Robotics and Education. For more information please contact [email protected]

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