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The Cyberfort Group brings together leaders in the field of data security. Our four pillars of information security combine to deliver complete data assurance.
We protect, detect, advise and shield our clients from cyber security threats with an end-to-end data security proposition that can adapt and evolve as the risk and regulatory landscapes change.
The businesses within Cyberfort Group are best-in-breed, made up of world-class talent and exceptional infrastructure. We prize innovation and invest heavily in research and development.
Data security is at the core of our DNA. Come and see for yourself – we welcome any prospective client or partner to tour our world-class facilities.
We are a cloud and managed services provider delivering the highest standards of security, with compliance guaranteed.
We are a leading cyber security consultancy driven by people, enabling organisations to operate more securely
We are a cyber security and compliance consultancy, helping organisations improve their security posture in order to enable business growth.
Jun 11 2018
Jan 25 2018
Data centre and managed service provider The Bunker is the first business to become part of Cyberfort Group.
Andy Hague is the CEO of the Cyberfort Group. Andy has a wide and varied background in data security and technology. And was awarded the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for his software and telecoms business, XAL, in 2005 before selling the business in 2006 and then going on to join NCC Group where he headed up the cybersecurity division taking it from a fledgling £2m revenue business to the leading player in the UK market and beyond. In more recent times Andy has acted as an adviser on GDPR and cybersecurity to a number of organisations and enjoys presenting on the same subjects with a somewhat more unusual and engaging style than the norm.
Alan Howarth is the Chairman of Cerillion plc, Essentia Trading Ltd and Griffiths & Neilsen Ltd. He is also NED for PTSG plc and Tern plc. Previous directorships have included Dr Foster Intelligence, MPL Systems, CRF Health Inc, Selection Services, WTG, Gresham Computing etc. He was also Chairman of the Royal Surrey County hospital NHS Trust. Prior to a Portfolio career Alan spent nearly two decades with Ernst Young as a Consulting partner.
Adrian Howe is the CFO of Cyberfort Group. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG, most of his career has been in the TMT sector- initially with BT, Telewest (now part of Virgin Media) and Level 3 Communications; and latterly as CFO with a number of private-equity backed companies. These included Geo Networks and Six Degrees where he played a critical role in preparing both companies for a successful PE exit. Outside of work, Adrian’s time is taken up with three grown-up daughters and a role as governor at his local girls’ grammar school.
MD of The Bunker
Phil Bindley is the MD of The Bunker, Phil is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and has experience of working across a broad range of technologies, industries and clients, both within the UK and internationally.
He is a passionate exponent for basing cloud deployments on sound information security and management principles, seeing this as the foundation for achieving the anticipated business and operational improvements, without introducing new risks or vulnerabilities.
His past senior level experience spans roles in the UK and Germany across Telecoms, Managed Security and Managed Services, always with a keen focus on ensuring that his clients’ technical infrastructure and processes are properly aligned with the wider business objectives. His CV includes spells at NTL, Nortel Networks, Vistorm (now part of HP), Anix and Bluechip.