Business is still vulnerable to third party software

The vast majority of businesses are still not reviewing the risks posed by third party technology that they use and rely on, it’s been revealed. Leading Dorset cyber-security company C3IA Solutions said government statistics show how vulnerable businesses remain.

Cyber-security firm awarded prestigious gold award

Leading Dorset cyber-security company C3IA Solutions has received the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award. It recognises the firm’s commitment to supporting and advocating for the armed forces and wider defence communities.

Cyber firm takes youthful approach

A Dorset-headquartered cyber security company is investing in the younger generation to drive its success even further. C3IA Solutions Ltd, based in Poole, is growing rapidly and has 150 members of its team working across the public and private sectors.

Firm opens new cyber centre on the Isle of Man

Leading cyber-security company Computer Network Defence (CND) has opened its new Cyber Security Operations Centre on the lsle of Man. This UK-headquartered business has maintained a presence on the island for seven years, and its latest facility is in the capital, Douglas.

Cyber-star joins top company

An up-coming cyber-star has urged more girls to take her career path after she gained a full-time job with leading cyber-security company C3IA Solutions. Hannah Baverstock, who completed a placement with the Dorset company last year, has now finished her Master’s degree in Computer Science and Information Security.

Businesses are still not cyber secure

Leading cyber-security company C3IA Solutions is highlighting an official report that says more than half of UK businesses still lack basic protection.

Ready, aim, hire!

The leading cyber security company C3IA Solutions has recruited another former army specialist to its ranks. Matt Bosworth served for 23 years with the Royals Corps of Signals, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.