Andrew works with Government, Industry and Academia on a range of technology and strategy issues. He led HMG’s Cyber Crime Task Force, co-ordinated Whitehall’s defence, security, and transport technology strategy requirements, forming the Cyber Security Knowledge Transfer Network and planning the initial Innovation Platforms in Network Security and Telematics, alongside plans for a number of Defence related versions. Current research interests include security and privacy concerns in authentication and Identity Management, such as for payments and online access control, and he is a frequent speaker on future threats and safeguards against such vulnerabilities. Andrew, with CBRNE Ltd is focusing on strengthening awareness amongst employees on the human behaviour and human factor elements that could protect their organisations from vulnerability within the cyber arena. In addition to his first degree he holds Masters in Defence & Security Analysis (MA, Lancaster) and Information Security (MSc, Royal Holloway) where his theses, respectively, were on the historic assimilation of new technologies into modern warfare, and the evolution, and impact, of cybercrime.
Pamela has over 25 years business experience with multi-national companies covering Telecoms, ICT and the Cyber Security arena. Pamela is responsible for developing alliances to support expansion across all industrial sectors within the Cyber Security arena. Her key focus is business development and cooperation with customers and partners at all levels in areas such as strategy, training and workshops. Her roles have focused on increasing value to businesses, customers and partners and forging new alliances to support ongoing expansion as well as brokering International deals. She has multi-layered International Relationship attributes, persuasive leadership skills and a knowledge of several European languages. She is currently on the Board of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA UK Chapter), is co-Chair for the Cyber Security group within Government, is Associate Director of CBRNE Ltd (www.cbrneltd.com) and Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Abatis (www.abatis-hdf.com)
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
Richard is experienced in the defence and aerospace engineering industries having delivered projects for a range of blue-chip companies including: BAE Systems and General Dynamics, from software engineer to Business Director. These projects involved developing, testing and installing complex, safety critical military and civil flight control and sensor systems and the development of a major Air Traffic Management system.