Technology Connected and Business News Wales will be shining a light on Wales’ vibrant Cyber industry across throughout May.
Recognised as one of Wales’ key industries by the Welsh Government in their International Strategy, the Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Investment Framework and Skills Partnership, and the Technology Connected Leadership Council the Cyber sector is critical to the success of the Welsh economy
Throughout May, the Technology News Wales section of Business News Wales, partnered with Technology Connected will be sharing insights, news and stories with a specific Cyber focus.
Avril Lewis MBE, managing director of Technology Connected said; “Cyber is one of Wales’ most prominent areas of technology, and we’re delighted to work in partnership with Business News Wales to showcase this vibrant, thriving sector.
“We are living our lives online more now than ever before; from businesses working remotely, children and students distance learning, even to how we connect to each other, entertainment and services. We are living in an online world, and as such there has never been a better time to highlight the importance of cybersecurity, and innovative work in the field happening right here in Wales.”
Mark Powney, Managing Director of Business News Wales said:
With so much of our daily lives conducted online these days, it’s surprising that the issue of cybersecurity is still not recognised by most businesses. Our partnership with Technology Connected will provide our readers with regular insight on the topic”
“Technology Connected is the go-to organisation for news, views and insight from the Welsh technology industry.
During this time Technology Connected is continuing to support the industry through online resources and a newly launched a free tier of membership for three, allowing them to access free membership benefits and support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Connecting, championing and promoting Welsh technology, Technology Connected is working alongside our industry to create a prosperous, collaborative and brighter future for technology in Wales.