Risk Ledger CEO Haydn Brooks quoted extensively in a piece titled 'Healthcare CIOs battle Covid Cybercrime' looking at the evolution of cyber challenges faced by the sector during the Covid-19 pandemic
British cyber security start-up Risk Ledger has been announced as the winner of the South Summit Industry 4.0 Competition hosted virtually in Madrid on Thursday. The company pitched their supply chain cyber security risk management platform to a judging panel of senior corporate managers and investors from Spain and beyond in the finals with four other international start-ups.
British cyber security startup Risk Ledgerhas been announced as the winner of the South Summit Industry 4.0 Competition hosted virtually in Madrid on Thursday. The company pitched their supply chain cyber security risk management platform to a judging panel of senior corporate managers and investors from Spain and beyond in the finals with four other international startups.
We look at the importance of innovation in building the cybersecurity industry and consider the value of new ideas. We showcase some of the new contenders coming through and explore some of the new tools and exciting technologies that are emerging. We also ask where the investment is and how do we ‘follow the money’?
LORCA’s member Risk Ledger has built a third-party risk management platform that facilitates the sharing of risk data between suppliers and their clients. The startup has just launched a report that takes a deep dive into data protection and supply chain security.
In today’s episode we are joined by Haydn Brooks. Haydn started in a big4 environment working in cyber risk mainly focusing on supply chain and third party security. The pain he saw and the difficulty clients were having drove him to co-found Risk Ledger. Now as CEO he developed the product through Cylon, the cybersecurity London accelerator and has now raised their initial venture capital investment to expand the product globally into the market. This exciting platform enables its customers to check security over their entire supply chains with minimal staff. In 2019, he was recognised as a Forbes 30 under 30 member.
Last week techUK held its inaugural techUK Cyber Innovation Den with keynote contributions from the National Cyber Security Centre and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Risk Ledger, was announced the Most Innovative SME Cyber 2019.
The CEO of NCSC, Ciaran Martin announces the winner as Risk Ledger. Their founder, Haydn Brooks, is ecstatic over more recognition for his supply chain assurance business that has gone from strength to strength since attending HutZero.