Becrypt speaks at Security and Policing Home Office Event, Five, Farnborough, 8 – 10 March 2016, Stand Z5 Cybersecurity Zone
London, UK, 8 March 2016 – British cyber security specialist, Becrypt, is to present the five key steps to successful digital forensics in a cyber security context at Security and Policing. The UK’s only secure event for police, law enforcement and professionals working in security, civil protection and national resilience, Security & Policing is being held at Five, Farnborough, 8 – 10 March. Becrypt’s talk, is being presented by CEO Dr. Bernard Parsons and Chris Cassell, Technical Pre-Sales Consultant, at 2.10 on Wednesday 9 March in the Cyber Zone briefing area.
The presentation will explain how digital forensics has grown out of physical forensics, the similarities and differences, and will go on to outline the five key steps. The session will provide guidance and anecdotes on how to approach this increasingly important branch of detection and law enforcement.
Cassell has over 20 years experience in encryption, networking and security, primarily with central government, MOD and blue light services. He has worked with various government bodies to help develop standards and guide the future of interaction between government and industry. Parsons, a co-founder of Becrypt, has over 25 years’ experience spanning robotics, embedded systems and telecommunications, with a focus on high-assurance security technology. Appointed CEO in 2008, Parsons chairs and supports a number of standards and industry trade associations and has contributed to evolving government assurance processes and policies.
Dr Parsons comments; “Becrypt is uniquely positioned to provide advice and guidance to police and law enforcement organisations. Our products are in use across the majority of police forces in the UK and we have a depth of experience of providing robust, yet useable and innovative security solutions to the sector. The Security & Policing event enables us to discuss and show products that would be too sensitive to show in a more open environment.”
Since its inception over 30 years ago, Security & Policing has provided a platform for professionals from the UK and around the world to engage with the very highest level of security expertise. The event showcases world leading products and services, bringing together those with operational needs and companies with relevant solutions, all within a secure environment.
NOTES TO EDITORS
Becrypt is a leading supplier of innovative mobile security solutions and services that are Government-certified, suitable for numerous industry sectors. Becrypt provides a range of cyber security solutions to protect data at rest and data in use across a broad range of platforms, including desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones, running Windows, iOS and Android. Becrypt’s secure thin client technology supports virtual data infrastructure (VDI) access, enabling secure and rapid IT transformation within the enterprise, as well as cost effective secure remote access.
Through its focus on product assurance, multiple platforms and centralised management, Becrypt’s solutions enable the most security conscious organisations to deliver cost effective compliance, whilst maintaining flexibility, choice and usability for their users.
As a leading supplier of encryption technology to the UK Government, Ministry of Defence and UK Police, Becrypt also offers cyber security consultancy and bespoke systems.
Becrypt has offices in London, UK, and McLean, VA, USA. For more information visit: www.becrypt.com
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