Red Goat finalists for Computer Security Awards 2019

Red Goat Cyber Security has been recognised as a finalist in the 2019 Computing Security Awards.
Partner and Co-founder, Lisa Forte, has been selected as a finalist for the “Contribution to Cyber Security” Award too.

Red Goat, one of the leading experts in social engineering and insider threat, has been named a finalist in the Education and Training Provider of the Year; Anti-Phishing Solution of the Year and Security Service Provider of the Year categories.

The Computing Security Awards are recognised as an industry gold standard of information security products, services and professionals.

“We’re honoured to be recognised as a finalist for these awards” said Piers Shearman, Partner at Red Goat Cyber Security.   “Our new approach to social engineering awareness training has actually been certified by British intelligence agency, GCHQ. All our clients have seen a positive cultural change as a result of our fun and immersive training. We have worked hard to develop high quality training that people enjoy, and everyone can understand. It’s wonderful to be acknowledged for it.”

GCHQ Certified Social Engineering Training

“I am personally honoured to be a finalist for the “Contribution To Cyber Security” Award says Partner, Lisa Forte. We have seen a real growth in social engineering attacks in the last two years and myself and the team have worked hard to overcome challenges and contribute a wealth of new ideas and perspectives to the industry”.  Lisa adds, “I am a huge supporter of the “Tech for Good” message. We are very proud of the pro bono work we do too- helping charities become more secure and resilient to the cyber threat so they can focus on the good they bring to communities”.

To vote: http://computingsecurityawards.co.uk/?page=overview

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