Deloitte’s Cyber Intelligence Centre (CIC) in Reading can help businesses in the Thames Valley manage the challenges of ever-increasing and evolving cyber threats. Connected to an EMEA cyber network, the Reading CIC provides fully customisable managed security solutions – including advanced security event monitoring, threat analytics, and incident response.
“The number of cyber-attacks is rising each year, with online fraud and cybercrime costing the UK over £11bn in 2018 alone. Our position within the Thames Valley and our global enterprise network allows local businesses that need help and advice to easily access an array of specialists, in order to prevent them becoming part of this worrying statistic.”
Carl Caddy, Chief Operating Officer at Deloitte LLP
Deloitte has recently launched its new CIC website, which can be accessed here. Providing a one-stop-shop of resources, the website contains short information summary sheets on Deloitte’s capabilities, including Cyber Threat Intelligence, Cyber Incident Response, Data Loss Prevention, Privileged Access Management (PAM), Threat Monitoring and Vulnerability Management.
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Based in the very north of the Thames Valley, it not only designs and deliver communication systems but also provides technical solutions that protect national security in the UK and overseas. Throughout the site there are laboratories and teams comprising of many professionals from an array of backgrounds focusing on innovation, ideas and collaborations.
Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory
Self-funded research laboratory, Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory at the University of Reading, has a history of sustained success in delivering large scale collaborative research programmes. It spans several sub-fields within secure ambient intelligent systems and applications of the Internet-of-Things, robotics, security, smart cities, video-analytics and healthcare support.
An academic Centre of Excellence, the Cyber Security Centre brings together experts from many disciplines in Oxford and the wider world, addressing many of the challenges faced in 21st Century industry.
Providing top quality graduates, its Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security is a four-year interdisciplinary doctoral programme which looks at the topic from a range of angles including computer science, social science, business and international relations. Its core research themes include cyber-physical security, real-time security, assurance and big-data security.