Former head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, on the greatest threat to the UK’s security

Former head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, on the greatest threat to the UK’s security

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On this week’s podcast, TEISS talks with Robert Hannigan, former head of GCHQ at the launch of the London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA), an accelerator for cyber security start-ups, which was officially opened last week by former Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Matt Hancock (pictured).

Robert shares his thoughts on how the UK is currently faring when it comes to cyber security, which cyber protocols he’d like to see put in place, as well as why he won’t be racing back to Whitehall anytime soon.

We’ll also be hearing from two of the start-ups included in the first LORCA cohort; B-Secur which specialises in using biometric heartbeat as an authentication solution and Zone Fox – an insider threat detection solution.

Interviewees:

  • Robert Hannigan CMG
  • Alan Foreman, CEO, B-Secur
  • Neil Cooper, CCO, ZoneFox

Presenter: Anna Delaney
Music: The Pain, Nick Homes, YouTube Channel – Jazz Duets

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/cracking-cyber-security-podcast-from-teiss/id1378994502?mt=2

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/business-reporter/cracking-cyber-security-podcast

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2021

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