Crossword Cybersecurity Plc (NEX:CCS), the technology commercialisation company focusing exclusively on the cyber security sector, is pleased to announce a partnership with the University of South Wales, Department of Computing and Mathematics.
The University of South Wales is a global leader in cyber security forensics, working closely with national security agencies and the Metropolitan Police. This partnership enables Crossword to provide its clients with Cybersecurity Forensics, in particular:
- Computer forensic including incident investigation and evidence gathering;
- Data recovery; and
- Incident management and breach investigation
Tom Ilube, Crossword CEO, said:
“Crossword is delighted to announce this partnership with the University of South Wales. This allows our Consulting team to provide world class Cyber Forensics services to our clients using the University of South Wales state of the art £2m Computer laboratory. This is a further example of our deep links with cyber security universities.”
Professor Andrew Blyth PhD, Director of the Information Security Research Group, University of South Wales, said:
“Crossword is a natural partner for us. They are uniquely positioned to link up commercial organisations with the cutting edge research we are conducting at the University of South Wales. The team here is extremely excited about working with them.”
Crossword is a technology transfer company specialising in cyber security.
Crossword works with universities who undertake advanced cyber security research in order to take their research through productisation to market.
Further information, please contact:
CEO, Crossword Cybersecurity
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8973 2350
NEX Corporate Advisor
Nick Michaels and Jon Isaacs, Alfred Henry Corporate Finance Limited
Tel: +44 (0)207 251 3762
NEX Corporate Broker
Claire Louise Noyce – CEO, Hybridan LLP
Tel: +44 (0)203 764 2341