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Cryptzone Joins UK’s Security Serious Initiative

October 26, 2015

Cryptzone lends its expertise as part of the cybersecurity awareness program the week of October 26th

London, UK October 26, 2015 – Cryptzone, a provider of dynamic, context-aware network, application and content security solutions, today confirmed it is supporting the UK’s Security Serious Initiative. Over 50 of the world’s most renowned experts in cyber-crime and security have committed to offer their time and expertise to others who want to become more security savvy and cyber-aware. Cryptzone will be standing in solidarity with all the organizations supporting Security Serious at the launch photo shoot in Trinity Square Gardens at 12 noon on Monday, October 26th. In addition, it has, and continues to offer security tips and facts from the company’s 2015 Network Security Survey, as well as a webinar tackling the topic of ‘Why all Cybercrime is an Inside Job’. Cryptzone will also be joining the other supporters of the campaign in Central London for an informal press conference where a number of specialists will be on hand to discuss all things security.

During Cryptzone’s webinar, scheduled to take place on Thursday, November 5th, guest speaker John Kindervag, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research and Jason Garbis, Cryptzone’s Vice President of Product, will discuss how the latest cyber attack methods leverage insider credentials and how the Zero Trust model offers a better approach for reducing the attack surface.

“Zero Trust is transforming network security,” says Jason Garbis, who continued, “This webinar will identify the limitations of existing security solutions and show how implementing the "Zero Trust" architecture will help build security into your network's DNA”.

With Security Serious just a week away, Yvonne Eskenzi - the driving force behind Security Serious added, “2015 has seen an unprecedented number of hacking horror stories. Yet, while cyber-crime is on the rise, security awareness is still low on people’s list of priorities. We’re hoping our campaign will address this imbalance, and would like to thank Cryptzone for its valuable assistance in this endeavour.”

Sign up here to reserve a place at this webinar. You can read more about Cryptzone’s dynamic, context-aware network and content security solutions, here.

To find out about Security Serious, and the full timetable of conferences, workshops, training sessions and webinars, visit the website.

About Cryptzone

Cryptzone secures the enterprise with dynamic, context aware security solutions that protect critical services, applications and content from internal and external threats. For over a decade, enterprises have turned to Cryptzone to galvanize their Cloud and network security with responsive protection and access intelligence. More than 450 public sector and enterprise customers, including some of the leading names in technology, manufacturing and consumer products trust Cryptzone to keep their data and applications secure. For more information go to or follow us @Cryptzone.

About Security Serious

26th to 30th October 2015 is Security Serious Week - five days dedicated to businesses who take security seriously and want to share their IT security experiences with other businesses to make UK Plc a safer place to trade online.

Over 50 of the world’s most renowned experts in cyber-crime and security have committed to offer their time and expertise FOR FREE to others who want to become more security savvy and cyber-aware. A calendar of planned events can be viewed here:

The campaign has attracted the support of a range of large businesses, universities, associations and government bodies including: Unilever, Lloyds Bank Group, BT, HP Security Voltage, Canon UK, HSBC, Publicis Groupe, GlaxoSmithkline, Lloyds Bank, as well as the Department of Culture, Media and Sports plus many of the world’s leading IT security vendors.

Security Serious is all about the IT security industry, and the professionals that work within it, getting together to take Security Seriously

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