Sir Donald stands down

Sir Donald Spiers has announced he is to step down as chairman of the Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) after almost 20 years. The government and industry veteran who was previously head of aerospace procurement for the UK’s armed forces has had a glittering career from when he began as a graduate apprentice. The FAC’s managing director David Barnes paid tribute … Read More

Cyber-security site launch

One of the country’s leading cyber security companies has launched a new website geared for its commercial clients. C3IA Solutions works extensively with the government and its agencies but its private sector work has grown so much that it decided to create a dedicate online presence. It gives details of its technical support services such as Cyber Essentials, Security Management … Read More

Marketing the Wright way

A pioneering marketing expert who returned to Dorset from the bright lights of London has said his new business has boomed – despite Covid. After a decade working for some of the world’s biggest brands, multi-award winning Tom Wright launched the Biddable Media Consultancy (BMC) a year ago.

Cyber firm recruits high flyer

The leading cyber-security company C3IA Solutions has added another high-flyer to its team. Mark George who worked in counter-intelligence for the RAF for many years will operate in the company’s threat and risk management department.

FAC running free webinars

Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) is hosting a series of free webinars on a variety of topics over the summer. The consortium, which represents hundreds of businesses in the aerospace sector, has been tireless during the lockdown to support the industry.

Marketing the Wright way

A pioneering marketing expert has returned to Dorset from the bright lights of London to offer his services to small businesses. After a decade working for some of the world’s biggest global brands, multi-award winning Tom Wright has launched the Biddable Media Consultancy.

Computer viruses are also a risk

Covid-19 is not the only virus to be worried about if people are working from home, according to a leading cyber-security expert. Matt Horan, security director of C3IA Solutions, has issued advice for home working to help reduce the risk of cyber-attacks. Computer viruses will be looking for new, vulnerable targets and are likely to target workers whose home systems are not secure.