Degree Apprenticeships; not just for Big Corporations

We all understand the value of apprenticeships, and what a great way they are for companies to take on junior employees and train them up. ‘Big Corporations’ have people whose sole job is to run their apprenticeship schemes; onboard these new recruits and work them through the system. But what do you do if you … Continued

Remote working and how to make it work

Remote working; we all know how to do it now, right? To be clear, the forced, suddenly thrust upon us “working-at-home” experience of the last year is not to be confused with how companies have been successfully working remotely for years. Working remotely means someone has thought about it, planned it, designed and nurtured a … Continued

Goodbye to TechHub

There are people, customers and businesses that make up such an important part of Surevine’s history that we cannot unpick ourselves from them no matter how much time has passed. And so, hearing that TechHub London went into administration a couple of months ago really hit home. Surevine’s TechHub journey Rewind the clock back to … Continued

Surevine’s CEO joins PM Theresa May on trade mission to Japan

“As our closest security partner in Asia, we will discuss how we can work much more closely together on cyber security, counter-terrorism and defence – more important than ever in this uncertain world.” Prime Minister Theresa May, ahead of the trade mission to Japan. Our CEO Stuart Murdoch has today joined the UK Prime Minister … Continued

Cyber Security Awards finalists!

We are very excited to announce that we have have earned the “Most Innovative Product” finalist status at the Cyber Security Awards for Threatvine! The Cyber Security Awards recognises leading individuals, teams, companies and products in the cyber industry. This includes not-for-profit organisations and start-up companies, as well as global leaders. Organisations and people from all over … Continued

Surevine gets shortlisted in quest to find UK’s Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company!

In celebration of the 21st Anniversary of InfoSecurity Europe, the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) in partnership with techUK’s Cyber Connect held a national competition focusing on new innovation to find the UK’s ‘Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company’. Samantha Sanderson, UK’s SME Cyber Security Champion, Cyber Connect Lead, said: The UK has a thriving cyber … Continued

A jargon buster to #RSAC

Are you confused by all the buzzwords at RSA Conference? Do you know your ISAO from your ISAC? We are here to help… In February 2015 President Obama issued an Executive Order that companies, non-profits and government departments must be able to share information relating to cybersecurity risks. This made for an acronym-heavy read, and … Continued

Cyber cyber everywhere…

About an hour ago, our CEO Stuart Murdoch was welcomed into the Cyber Growth Partnership (CGP) Board; an advisory group providing strategic advice to Ministers. The CGP is a joint initiative between industry, academia and government, aimed at boosting the UK’s global market position in cyber security products and services. The main UK ICT trade … Continued

How diverse are we?

This time of year is always the time for a little reflection, and a re-focus on what we (as a company) are doing. It’s a time when we take a good, hard look at ourselves and ask ourselves how we can make ourselves stronger for the year ahead. At this time, we also look at WHO … Continued

Surevine went to Washington!

This week Surevine, as one of the 12 UK companies selected to join the Prime Minister David Cameron on his trade mission, went to Washington to promote further cyber-security collaboration between the UK and US, including improving the flow of information between the US and UK about threats. As the company that built and still maintains … Continued