Friday, 13 December 2013

UK Cyber Minister Mentions Titania in Annual Cyber Strategy Review

We were delighted to receive a mention in yesterday’s speech in Westminster by Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude, in his annual review of the UK’s progress towards the objectives of the national Cyber Security Strategy.  

During his speech, the Minister announced the government’s new target for the UK to achieve £2 billion of cyber exports annually by 2016.

In doing so, he specifically mentioned Titania, a UK SME already supplying its cyber software to 50 countries, as an example of the type of company in “the industries of the future that can help the UK achieve strong lasting growth and compete and win in the global race.”

Andy Williams, Titania’s Head of Global Business, who also sits on the board of the UK’s public/private Cyber Growth Partnership, said: “We appreciate the government’s active support for UK cyber SMEs, from which we have already substantially benefited. As Titania continues to expand into new overseas markets, we look forward to increasing our contribution towards the UK’s achievement of what is an ambitious but eminently achievable target of £2 billion for cyber exports.”

The mention comes around 8 minutes in. 

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