August 10, 2015
Last month the government unveiled its Cyber Demonstration Centre to give small to medium businesses (SMBs) a platform to show off their latest cyber security products.
Housed in a business suite in Westminster, the centre has three 4K video monitors and state-of-the-art Cisco video conferencing systems. The set-up is compatible with older technology and can be linked with laptops and smartphones in real time.
The centre, part funded by the Cabinet Office and UK Trade and Investment and should help expand the export opportunities of the cyber industry, which is worth £17.6bn a year.
In an exclusive visit to the centre, V3 sat down with Conrad Prince, the UK cyber ambassador and former deputy head of GCHQ, to discuss how SMBs will benefit from a dedicated place to show off the latest security technology.