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ZeroDayLab Joins Advisory Board for Critical Infrastructure Conference

ZeroDayLab is delighted to be a member of the Advisory Board for the forthcoming ; Cyber Security Protecting Critical Infrastructure Conference on the 16th-17th May.

Hosted in London, the Cybersecurity Protecting Critical Infrastructure Conference will provide the ideal platform to bring together government, companies and organisations from the private and public sectors to discuss and share the latest content on Cybersecurity Solutions and Critical National Infrastructure. (CNI)

The 2-day conference will provide an insight into current and emerging challenges and threats, best practices, policy updates, solutions and case studies.

The conference is designed for CISOs, Heads of IT, CTOs, Chief Security Officers, Cyber Architects, Thought leaders, Academics and Senior Cyber leaders from Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) and Cybersecurity Solution Providers.

ZeroDayLab joins a group of 14 advisors from organisations such as Yorkshire Water, National Grid, Imperial College and the University of Warwick.

To attend the event click here

EU GDPR Action Academy

ZeroDayLab Launches the EU GDPR Action Academy

With a little over a year to align to EU GDPR requirements the pressure is now on to make the internal changes required. With that in mind, ZeroDayLab has launched the EU GDPR Action Academy designed to arm security and risk professionals with the knowledge they need to prepare and implement EU GDPR assessments and policy alignment.

This unique training opportunity takes place on the 27th April 2017 at One Whitehall Place at The Royal Horseguards Hotel in Central London.


In order for delegates to gain maximum value from this training session, places are limited. Through a series of interactive sessions and presentations, delegates will learn:

  • Knowing Your Data - Classes of Data and the Differing Rules
  • Common Areas of Risk including the 'Right­ to be Forgotten'
  • Technology, Enforcement & Controls - PLUS Monitoring Data Outside Your Control
  • The Role of the Data Protection Officer & Achieving Education & Engagement for the Wider Business
  • Data Privacy Impact Assessments: What They Are, Why You Should Have Them & How to Scope
  • Maintaining Compliance: Continuous Monitoring to Raise Standards, Ensure Compliance and Reduce Risk

Delegates also receive an EU GDPR Action Pack to take away. This includes outlines of key EU GDPR alignment projects with descriptions, content, durations and budgetary guidelines.

The ticket price includes afternoon tea and early evening networking with your industry peers over drinks and canapes.


Key Speakers

Nick Prescot

Nick Prescot, Senior Information Security Manager, ZeroDayLab
Nick Prescot has extensive experience working with global corporations to high-growth SMEs advising on Governance, Risk and Compliance and Incident Response. Passionate about enabling companies to improve their cyber resilience and posture, his experience provides an incisive and holistic perspective on effective and clear compliance and information security strategies.

Stuart Peck

Stuart Peck, Head of Cyber Security Strategy, ZeroDayLab
From a background of threat intelligence, social engineering and incident response, Stuart Pecks heads up Cyber Security Strategy for ZeroDayLab. Stuart regularly delivers threat briefings to FTSE-level executives and directors throughout the UK and Europe. Passionate about educating organisations on the latest attacker trends facing business today and how to combat them, Stuart's key areas of expertise include: the dark web, social engineering, malware and ransomware analysis & trends, threat hunting, OSINT, HUMINT and attacker recon techniques.

AIR Mic Event

AirMic Conference 2017: Cyber Breach – Not If, But When

With the news filled with bank hacks, extortion demands and intellectual property thefts, this workshop addresses the likelihood of a breach, ransomware-associated operational risk and insider and outsider threat; reviewing how businesses can help themselves to identify and reduce cyber risk using their existing capabilities and an anatomy of a breach and breach response.

This participative workshop will discuss why discovering a cyber breach needn’t be all bad news and delegates will benefit from an increased understanding regarding what a breach event can look like before one is suffered and how insurance can be used to support risk mitigation.

The workshop is aimed at all risk managers, IT staff, and CISOs, and is suitable for all levels.


Peter Hawley, Cyber Underwriter, HDI Global SE

Nick Andrews, Head of Insurance Risk, E D & F Man

Hans Allnutt, Partner, DAC Beachcroft

Stuart Peck, Cyber Security Strategist, ZeroDayLab

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Supplier Governance

WEBINAR: 22nd March, 2pm How to Monitor, Measure & Manage Supplier Cyber Risk

Presented by: Nick Prescot, Senior Information Security Manager

40% of insider threats emanate from third party contractors, partners, consultants and suppliers and the incoming EU GDPR legislation ups the stakes in terms of data security and corporate fines.

How do you establish a comprehensive view of supplier risk to your organisation?
How frequently is business able to test your suppliers' policies, procedures and cyber risk?
How do you assess the supplier's risk across your business functions and to the organisation as a whole?
Are your current processes time and labour-intensive?

In this webinar you will discover how:

  • You can mitigate the risk of supply chain breaches
  • How to audit more suppliers, more quickly
  • Gain improved visibility of suppliers and their level of risk
  • Manage increased numbers of suppliers according to risk factors
  • Deliver reporting and risk analysis across multiple business units for improved transparency.

This webinar will be in English.

Register now

Information Security Magazine

ZerodayLab® To Discuss Advanced Security Training with Infosecurity Magazine

ZeroDayLab’s cyber security strategist, Stuart Peck, joins a panel of speakers for a webinar to discuss the latest in advanced security training on the 23rd February.

Hosted by infosecurity magazine with panelists from Cyberbit and the ISACA this webinar will give participants the latest thought on:

  • How to train incident response teams to respond to ransomware attacks
  • Understand the key elements of an effective training programme
  • Find out how to accelerate incident response by using advanced training approaches
  • Understand how to improve cyber security staff retention and accelerate their certification process by using advanced training tools.

Register now

Network Computing Awards 2017

ZeroDayLab Nominated for Best Service Provider Award in the Network Computing Awards 2017

ZeroDayLab is delighted to announce that they have been nominated for the Best Service Provider Award for this annual ceremony.

The category is hotly contested with eight contenders.

We would love your vote. Vote by the closing date of the 22nd March.

Click here to vote today!

Don’t Let a Cyber Attack Kill Your Start-up

ZeroDayLab’s Cyber Security Strategist, Stuart Peck, speaks at Bristol FinTech 2016

    The Fintech revolution is happening and businesses in the SouthWest are some of its finest agitators. With that in mind, Bristol FinTech 2016 brings together both start-ups and companies with a global profile to bring them legal, financial and industry experts for their sector.

    Run by partners, Barclays, Clarke Wilmott, Deepbridge Capital, Hargreaves Lansdown and PWC, ZeroDayLab joins the event hosting a focused breakout session focusing on the current threat landscape and how that makes fintech companies lucrative targets. In this session, participants will learn the threats, risks and common tactics used by cyber criminals, what the dark web is and the steps they can take to protect their business.

    Bristol Fintech 2016 takes place in Bristol on the 23rd November. To register for this event go to:

Date: Friday 23rd November 2016


CREST Membership Puts Cherry on Top of Expansive Year for ZeroDayLab

    Rapidly expanding European IT Security consultancy, ZeroDayLab added to its 2016 successes by achieving CREST accreditation for Penetration Testing.

    The last twelve months have seen rapid growth for ZeroDayLab both in the UK and abroad. Increased demand in Advanced Penetration Testing, GRC services, Incident Management and Training, in particular, have seen consultants travelling the globe.

    In The Netherlands, on the back of a growing team and a new dedicated Business Development team for Benelux and Scandinavia, drove the move to larger offices in Amsterdam.

    Then in Ireland, the company opened new offices in Dublin to support continued growth in the region and is well-placed as the demand for a trusted advisor, 360° approach to Information Security gathers pace.

    Kevin Roberts, Managing Director for ZeroDayLab, commented: “The past twelve months have been proof-in-the-pudding that ZeroDayLab’s ethos of Continuous Security Improvement across our 4 Cornerstone portfolio delivers exactly what forward-thinking organisations across the UK and EMEA demand for honing their information security strategies to move up the security maturity curve. We are proud to be their trusted advisors and I look forward to working with more leading organisations in the UK and beyond."

Date: 29th September 2016

National Security, Law Enforcement, Personal Data Privacy, Apples & Pears – What is on the Horizon? LawTech Europe 2016

    ZeroDayLab’s Senior Information Security Manager, Nick Prescot, joins the panel debate on national security, law enforcement and personal data privacy at LawTech Europe on the 7th -8th November 2016.

    Nick will sit alongside panelists from HEXONET GmbH, C3 Initiative, IdTopIQ and Bird & Bird. The panel will look at the problems that digital communications bring to public security versus individual liberties regarding personal data.

    This two-day conference is held in Brussels on the 7th and 8th November 2016. Register today at

Date: 7th and 8th November 2016

ZeroDayLab® Scoops Two Awards & a Runner Up at the CS Awards 2016!

European Information Security Consultancy, ZeroDayLab celebrating a run of awards at the Computing Security Awards 2016. The awards are the result of a rigorous nomination and voting process over a couple of months across the information security sector.

Having been nominated for a total of five awards this year, which is the most nominations the company has ever received, ZeroDayLab® were delighted to receive wins for the Education & Training Provider of the Year and Security Services Provider of the Year and were runners up in the Fraud Prevention Award.

This is the second year that ZeroDayLab has come to the fore in these awards, last year winning the Fraud Prevention Award and a runner up in Reseller of the Year and Security Service Provider of the Year.

Kevin Roberts, Managing Director, ZeroDayLab® commented:

“I cannot tell you how delighted we are as a team to have won these awards tonight. A huge thanks goes to everyone who voted and we will continue work hard every day to ensure our clients continue to be delighted by the level of service we deliver.

However these awards really are down to the hard work of everyone at ZeroDayLab. In particular, the team who have driven so many developments and innovation in our Education & Training services this year which has not only resulted in great results for our clients. We’re aiming for even bigger and better in 2017!”

Nominations Are Open for the Computing Security Awards 2016!

The past 12 months have been an exciting time at ZeroDayLab with a huge increase in diversity of clients and projects both here in the UK, our expanding base in Benelux and internationally.

We are passionate about the work we deliver to help keep your businesses secure. Last year, we were delighted to win the Security Service Provider of the Year Award and be runners up in the Security Re-seller category. If you are happy with the work that we do for you and you feel it's appropriate, please nominate us in one (or more!) of the categories below today!

  • Fraud Prevention Award
  • Education & Training Provider of the Year
  • Security Service Provider of the Year
  • Security Company of the Year
  • Security Reseller of the Year

We would really appreciate your nomination this year - it's quick and easy, simply follow the link below:

Thank you for your support, it's been a pleasure to work with you this year.

With best wishes
Kevin Roberts and the ZeroDayLab Team.

How to Help Your Staff Stop Phishing Attacks Netting Your Assets

With cyber attacks on the rise, research shows that 78% of attacks are conducted through email attachments putting your staff on the front line.

This webinar looks at the current threats, common tactics, how to assess your employees and how phishing resilience programmes and security awareness training can mobilise your workforce to be your first line of defence.

This webinar features a client case study illustrating how assessment and training delivered real change in their organisation.

To book your place on these free webinars simply click on the links below

ZeroDayLab Nominated for Consultancy Practice of the Year 2016

For the second year running, ZeroDayLab, the European IT Security Consultancy, has been nominated for one of the top awards at the Cyber Security Awards. The security company was honoured as a finalist in the Consulting Practice of the Year category following shortlisting by a panel of 10 expert judges from across the cyber industry.

Judge, Karla Jobling, COO Beecher Madden & Tatius Group said; “To be nominated as a finalist is a great achievement as the competition this year is tough. As always, the judges are looking to reward high achievers within our industry and are looking for those who demonstrate passion and innovation, within cyber security.”

Competition is stiff for the Consultancy Practice category and will see ZeroDayLab contest the prize with 8 other firms including the likes of Accenture, KPMG and Kroll. The winners will be announced and celebrated during the awards dinner and presentation on June 23rd 2016 at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The ceremony will be attended by the finalists, industry leaders, judges and sponsors.

ZeroDayLab’s Managing Director, Kevin Roberts commented; “We are absolutely delighted to be finalists for Best Consulting Practice for the Cyber Security Awards 2016. This is the second year running we have been nominated and this achievement is down to the hard work and dedication of our team. As a consulting company, we are passionate about the need to not only deliver individual projects to an excellent standard, but ideally becoming a key, strategic Security Partner of choice to each of our clients to ensure they are achieving Continuous Security Improvement at all levels due to the rich portfolio of services and solutions we have to offer.”

About ZeroDayLab
One of Europe’s leading and most respected IT Consultancies, ZeroDayLab takes a unique 360° approach to Total Security Management helping make our clients’ infrastructure, applications and data more secure in the face of continually evolving Advanced Persistent Threats.

We apply world-class expertise via our 4 Cornerstone approach of Ethical Hacking; Consultancy; Governance, Risk & Compliance and Education & Training; alongside leading-edge security technologies. From penetration testing to next generation SOC and dark web analysis to incident response we enable our clients to implement an effective Total IT Security Strategy. Our broad range of clients includes some of Europe’s leading organisations across many verticals including Retail, Telecommunications, BFSI, E-commerce, Travel and Defence.

About the Cyber Security Awards
The Cyber Security Awards is a leading awards event for the cyber security industry. The event consisted of reception drinks, a 4 course meal and entertainment. The Cyber Security Awards is the ideal event to gain recognition for your success and to reward individuals or teams within the business. At the awards, you can network with leading industry professionals from consultancies, technology firms, defence businesses, FTSE250’s and public sector bodies.

The 2016 Judges:
Malcolm Brooke – Managing Director Head of Shared Services Operations Risk, Business Continuity and Technology Risk, Credit Suisse
Mark Brown – Executive Director Cyber Security & Resilience, EY
Karl DiMascio – Managing Partner, Executive Risk Magazine
Duncan Hine – Senior Research Fellow, University of Warwick
Karla Jobling – COO, BeecherMadden & Tatius Group
Neira Jones – FBCS, MSc, Chairman Global Advisory Board, Centre for Strategic Cybercrime & Security Science
Adrian Leppard – Commissioner, City of London Police
Talal Rajab – Programme Manager – Cyber, Justice and Emergency Services and National Security, techUK
Malcolm Tuck – Director Strategic Alliances Europe & Board Member, Kaspersky Lab

Cyber Presentation & Drinks, Avoiding Post-Breach Disaster: How to Prepare to Protect Your Reputation & Bottom Line

The estimated costs so far for TalkTalk's recent breach now run into £60m, with an initial drop in the share price of 13% (now 7%). Then, consider Target, breached in 2013 with the last reported costs at $162m and still counting.

Going forward, we are in the advent of the new EU Data Protection rules. The potential negative impacts of a breach seem almost limitless; combine the logistical and costly nightmare of losing your prize asset, data; its impact on the day-to-day business and revenues; the potential PR nightmare affecting your brand and future business, then simply add the new EUDPR fines which could be up to 4% of your profits. So, how do you prepare to reduce the impact of an attack?

This free executive seminar will address:

Your Speakers:

  • Nick Prescot, Senior Information Security Manager, ZerodayLab
  • Angela Yore, Founder, SkyParlour
  • Kimberley Waldron, Founder, SkyParlour

Venue: The Lansdowne Club, Mayfair, London
Time: 26th April 2016
Registration: 4.00 - 4.30pm
Presentations: 4.30pm to 6.00pm
Reception: 6.00pm to 8.00pm - drinks, canapes and networking.

Places are limited. Click here to book your free place today.


Webinar – Cyber Defence & EU General Data Protection Reform – Are You Ready?

ZeroDayLab’s Senior Information Security Manager, Nick Prescot, joins the leaders in digital forensics, LGC for a webinar discussing the incoming EU GDPR and the preparing your organisation for the inevitable cyber breach. The speakers will discuss:

  • The imminent European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR)
  • Its origins and coverage related to the growing scale of threats from cyber crime
  • The importance of being thoroughly prepared for cyber breach and incident response

Date: Friday 12th February 2016
Time: 2.00 – 2.45pm

Click here to register for this event

Glasswall Solutions and ZeroDayLab join forces to launch unique cyber-security offering

London UK, 25th January 2016: Glasswall Solutions, the acclaimed UK cyber security company, has cemented its partnership with expert cyber security consultancy group, ZeroDayLab.

ZeroDayLab will be utilising Glasswall’s unique “known good” approach to cyber security, which breaks in-bound files down to byte level to match them against manufacturers’ standard, in order to provide their clients with absolute security. Glasswall Solutions fits into ZeroDayLab’s 360° approach to IT security, providing best of breed technologies and award winning consultancy to offer total security management.

Kevin Roberts, managing director at ZeroDayLab said: “In recent times we have seen threats to cyber security increase at an alarming rate, and many businesses have found themselves unprepared and vulnerable to attacks. Having initially been commissioned to conduct an independent penetration test of the Glasswall software and email platform, which it passed with flying colours, we immediately saw the potential benefits Glasswall would provide our customers. Our partnership with Glasswall will cover every angle to provide a uniquely holistic approach to managing risks, which makes this an exciting and beneficial relationship.”

“Glasswall Solutions has developed a highly innovative answer to solve the single biggest cyber threat facing organisations around the world, presented by the corruption of email-bound documents. This threat is currently responsible for 94% of successful attacks, but with Glasswall’s technology and ZeroDayLab’s 360° IT security plan, these attacks are stopped at source. This unique partnership will bring something really special to our clients to provide complete protection,” added Roberts.

Due to the uniqueness of Glasswall’s technology, its addition represents an entirely new string to ZeroDayLab’s portfolio. ZeroDayLab plans on utilising Glasswall Solutions in order to close this gap in security for UK businesses.

ZeroDayLab’s client portfolio includes some of Europe’s leading firms in markets such as BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance), retail, telco, e-commerce, travel & logistics and defence.

“This partnership will address some of the biggest challenges businesses are expected to face in the coming year and beyond,” said Chris Dye, VP of Alliances at Glasswall Solutions. “With new EU regulation imminently coming into effect, companies must prove their compliance and protection, or risk facing fines of up to 5% of global revenue.”

“We have been looking for a partner who can support the implementation of our technology as part of organisations’ holistic IT security strategy. This partnership with ZeroDayLab offers an exciting prospect to combine our game changing technology – recently applauded by Chancellor George Osborne in his speech on renewed cyber security investment – with consultancy led expertise and relationships offered by ZeroDayLab. The partnership spells an exciting time for both companies,” concludes Dye.

Executive Seminar: Limitless? Avoiding Post-Breach Disaster How to Prepare to Protect Your Reputation & Bottom Line

The estimated costs so far for TalkTalk's recent breach now run into £35m (with 157,500 records lost at £222 per breach), with an initial drop in the share price of 13% (now 7%). Then, consider Target, breached in 2013 with the last reported costs at $162m and still counting.

Going forward, January 2016 sees the birth of the new EU Data Protection rules. The potential negative impacts of a breach seem almost limitless; combine the logistical and costly nightmare of losing your prize asset, data; its impact on the day-to-day business and revenues; the potential PR nightmare affecting your brand and future business, then simply add the new EUDPR fines which could be up to 5% of your profits. So, how do you prepare to reduce the impact of an attack?

This free executive seminar will address:

  • How to identify your key risks and the fundamental steps for an effective incident response plan.
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - the importance of integrating communications for cyber disaster aversion.

Venue: The Lord Mayor's Parlour, The Town Hall, Manchester
Time: 10th February 2016
Registration: 4.00 - 4.30pm
Presentations: 4.30pm to 6.00pm
Reception: 6.00pm to 8.00pm - drinks, canapes and networking.

Places are limited. Click here to book your free place today.


ZeroDayLab Eyes Market-Changing, Enhanced Security and Strong Growth with GlassWall Partnership

As ZeroDayLab partner, GlassWall Solutions, launches its unique patented technology to the market and announces the recruitment of former GCHQ chief Sir Iain Lobban to its advisory council; ZeroDayLab clients drive increasing demand for the enhanced security it offers.

Passionate advocates of a 360°ree; approach to IT Security, ZeroDayLab were early adopters of Glasswall, quickly seeing the tremendous value the solution would bring to its client-base due to its simple premise of allowing only the ‘known good’ into an organisation’s networks.

ZeroDayLab Managing Director, Kevin Roberts, comments: “We are delighted to support GlassWall in their full market launch this week and the addition of Sir Iain Lobban to their advisory panel. The combination of this unique, ground-breaking technology and such an eminent and talented Information Security advisory team behind them, underlines our belief in this unique, UK, security technology. We are proud to be working with so many of our clients on the implementation of this solution because quite simply it gives organisations back the control they currently lack in the now infinite battle to keep up with the cyber criminals’ latest threats.”

GlassWall’s game-changing solution defeats all in-bound, file-based cyber threats by adopting a unique approach. Instead of searching for malware and viruses, Glasswall breaks down every file to byte level, searching only for “known good” and matching the files against manufacturers’ standards. A fully-compliant, completely clean file is re-generated in real-time, giving businesses total confidence in security. Glasswall puts organisations back in control of files and documents through the ability to apply policy at a granular level ensuring best practice, audit and compliance requirements are adhered to and delivering absolutely safe files to the user without impacting business continuity.

Its solution is wholly effective in any organisation receiving files, typically via email, over which the vast majority of documents bearing malevolent macros are delivered. In Glasswall’s world, viruses and malware do not exist.

Mr Roberts continues: “In an environment where nearly 50% of employees open emails and click on phishing links and attachments within the first hour alone; GlassWall helps answer many of the frustrations our clients have. How do they keep up with persistent threats and how do they manage their weakest front (employees and email) where AV and Firewalls fail to deliver?”

The Cyber Minority Report: Female Perspectives

ZeroDayLab consultant, Cecilia McGuire has been invited to speak at the ISACA London Chapter’s event in central London on the 19th November. Cecilia will be addressing the hot topic of gender with a philosophical analysis of her journey in the cyber security world. Tickets are still available to both members and non- members (£20) and further details of the event are outlined below

The Event: The Cyber Minority Report: Female Perspectives

We are witnessing an accelerated stream of failures in Information security controls, processes, technology and a lack of awareness dominates our current state of affairs. Everyone agrees we need a change, yet our profession fails to deliver one. Could it be that the under-represented minority, women, have the answer to our quest for a more secure world?

Confirmed speakers and panel members:

  • Karen Lawrence Öqvist
  • Sarah Clarke
  • Cecilia McGuire
  • Karla Joblin
  • Eh’den Biber


  • 17:30: Registration
  • 18:00: Introduction, chapter notifications
  • 18:15: Cyber Security Gender Affairs – Eh’den Biber
  • 18:35: The Box – Karen Lawrence Öqvist
  • 18:55: Gender Identity – Cecilia McGuire
  • 19:15: Short break
  • 19:25: Interactive panel discussion
  • 19:55: Closing words
  • 20:15: Social session, refreshments

Event venue details

Date: Thursday 19th November 2015
Time: Registration starts at 17:30, event starts at 18:00
Location: ING Bank, 60 London Wall, London, EC2M 5TQ


Twice the Success as ZeroDayLab Wins Top Industry Award 2 Years Running!

The Computing Security Awards 2015 delivered a double joy for ZeroDayLab as they scooped one of the top awards for the second year running. Voted Security Service Provider of the Year 2015, the company was also named runner up in the Security Reseller of the Year category.

Nominated and voted for by the readers of Computing Security Magazine and industry professionals, the awards represent the hard work and the real benefit of the end product or service delivered.

This is the second year that ZeroDayLab has come to the fore in these awards, last year winning the Fraud Prevention Award and a runner up in Reseller of the Year and Security Service Provider of the Year.

These awards come not only on the back of last year’s successes but also two other awards where ZeroDayLab was named as a finalist earlier this year: The Network Security Awards and the Cyber Security Awards.

Managing Director, Kevin Roberts commented:

“We are delighted about this year’s win at the Computing Security Awards. Not least because this award really reflects the passion and energy the team puts in to ensure we deliver the best possible service for our clients that delivers actionable intelligence and effective strategies for our client`s cyber security.”

WEBINAR, 360° Threat Intelligence: Understanding & Managing the Impact of Zero Day Attacks

21st October – 2pm – 3.00pm

It is no secret that cyber attacks are increasing and their strategies persistently evolving putting significant pressure on limited internal resources, expertise and security budgets.

Technology, whilst vital, is now only a part of a successful Information Security strategy. The current threat environment now demands a 360° approach.

Detect – Investigate – Respond

Join ZeroDayLab and FireEye at 2pm on the 21st October 2015 for this free, exclusive executive webinar to discover how 360° Threat Intelligence takes organisations a step beyond solution-orientated defence tactics.

Learn more about:

  • The current threat environment: What is changing and what are the challenges for the CISO?
  • How Protective Monitoring and a SOC provide effective analysis and deliver a fast, agile threat response.
  • Incident Management: how an embedded approach to breach response planning significantly controls and mitigates the impact of a breach.

Your speakers:

  • Kevin Roberts, Managing Director, ZeroDayLab
  • Darren Gale, EMEA Lead, Mandiant Consulting Services, FireEye Inc
  • Stuart Peck, Pre-Sales Manager, ZeroDayLab
  • Nick Prescot, Senior Information Security Manager, ZeroDayLab

Register Here Today

Vote for ZeroDayLab in the Computing Security Awards 2015

ZeroDayLab is delighted to announce that they have been nominated in an incredible 4 categories for the Computing Security Awards 2015. This is the second year running the company has been nominated. In 2014 the company was the winner of the Fraud Prevention Award category and a runner up in the Security Company of the Year and Security Reseller of the Year categories.

On hearing the news of this year’s nominations in the categories of Security Company of the Year, Security Reseller of the Year, Security Service Provider of the Year and the Fraud Prevention Award; Managing Director, Kevin Roberts, commented: “We are over-the-moon to be finalists for the second year running. What is special about these awards is that they are voted for by the security professionals themselves and therefore really reflect how companies are viewed on their capacity to deliver what they promise which is what we strive to do; On Time, Every Time and In Budget.

The CS Awards take place on the 8th October at the Russell Hotel in London.

Please vote for ZeroDayLab for this year’s awards in the following categories:

Security Company of the Year
Security Reseller of the Year
Security Service Provider of the Year
The Fraud Prevention Award

360° Threat Intelligence - Understanding & Managing the Impact of Zero Day Attacks

City of London Club, London, 23rd June 2015

CISOs from across London and the South East joined us for our first 360° Insight Event, in partnership with FireEye, on the 23rd June at the beautiful City of London Club.

Produced in response to the queries being raised by our clients across the sectors, this 360° Threat Intelligence event took a look at how the threat environment is changing and the challenges it presents for the CISO in the face of zero day attacks.

Kevin Roberts, ZeroDayLab's® Managing Director welcomed attendees and opened the event, introducing FireEye's Global Technical Lead, Simon Mullis who set the scene on the changing face of cyber threats and the challenges they pose for the CISO.

Stuart Peck, ZeroDayLab's Pre-Sales Manager followed with a presentation on protective monitoring and how a SOC strategy approach provides an organisation with a far more robust defence strategy in the face of increasingly sophisticated APTs and Advanced Malware.

The key theme of the event was the concept of 360° Threat Protection and moving an organisation forward to be able to develop a proactive rather than reactive defence strategy. ZeroDayLab's Nick Prescot drew from his extensive GRC and incident management experience to outline a breach response cycle that can be developed with the implementation of effective protective monitoring with the benefit of faster remediation and reduced financial and operational impact on an organisation.

Webinar - Supply Chain Risk: Defending Business Continuity & Improving Cyber Security

Led by ZeroDayLab’s Managing Director, Kevin Roberts (left) and Pre-Sales Manager, Stuart Peck (right); the webinar was hot on the heels of the latest supplier breach suffered by TalkTalk, and looked at supply chains, breaches and how you can get better visibility and management over your risk.

A level of trust is often assumed when working with contractors, partners and suppliers but with over 40% of insider threats emanating from these third parties, how can a business track and manage this risk organisation-wide?

Examining the threat environment, a new 360° approach to Supplier Evaluation Risk Management and a demonstration and case study of how one leading investment organisation’s collaborative approach to Supplier Risk not only helps identify the suppliers that could risk a breach to their network but is in addition, providing greater corporate transparency, reporting and risk analysis across multiple functions with the added benefit of eliminating labour-intensive spread-sheets; all in less time, more cost-effectively and that provides significant return on investment

ZeroDayLab Announces Partnership with Falanx Group for the Delivery of SOC Services

ZeroDayLab is delighted to announce its partnership with Falanx Group for the delivery of SOC Services. The launch of ZeroDayLab’s Next Generation SOC further extends the company’s comprehensive set of cyber security solutions aimed at providing its clients with a 360 approach to IT Security Management.

John Blamire, CEO of Falanx Group, commented:

"We are pleased with the progress we have made towards becoming a major player in the Cyber Defence field over the last six months. Interest in our new service has continued to mount and we are optimistic about our future as a significant global provider of advanced Cyber Defence solutions.

We are very proud to be associated with organisations such as Principia Underwriting and ZeroDayLab, who share our ambition to change the Cyber Security landscape for the benefit of the UK and our global clients."

Kevin Roberts, Managing Director of ZeroDayLab commented:

"We're delighted to be partnering with Falanx Assuria for our Next Generation SOC service providing 360 degree Threat Intelligence. An effective SOC is a vital component of an effective security strategy and this collaboration enables us to deliver a world-class SOC service for our clients which combined with our market-leading security consulting services, will deliver an unrivalled, comprehensive approach to security strategy that is needed in today's constantly changing threat environment."

Industry Clicks with ZeroDayLab as Consultancy Named Finalists in Three Categories for Network Computing Awards

ZeroDayLab® is delighted to announce that they have been announced as finalists in three categories for the Network Computing Awards 2015: Company of the Year, Reseller of the Year and Service Provider of the Year.

Nominated and voted for by the readership of Network Computing Magazine, the annual awards are the second industry awards ZeroDayLab® has been voted for in as little as four months following a successful hat-trick of a win and two runner-up awards at the Computing Security Awards in October 2014.

Managing Director, Kevin Roberts commented: “We are ecstatic to be finalists for the Network Computing Awards. The nominations are testament to our team’s hard work and total commitment to Customer Satisfaction and the belief that our 360⁰ approach to Total Security Management is truly the best way to ensure our clients have the best defences against today’s increasingly fast-moving threats.”