Pervade Software joined a select group of UK-based Cyber Security businesses on a visit to the British Embassy in Tallinn, Estonia to take part in a seminar on the Cyber Security of Operational Technology.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Ministers from Estonia have launched a TechLink Programme to bring together entrepreneurs from the two countries to tackle challenges in financial technology, cyber security, digital government and biotech.
The aim of TechLink is to help more in the UK technology sector to get into the know too as to what is on offer in and from Estonia, to the benefit of the technology sector and wider economies in both countries.
The seminar explored cyber risks faced by Estonian industry and critical national infrastructure and provided an opportunity for visiting companies to present solutions from the UK.
John Davies presented Pervade's unique capability to monitor industrial control systems and IT infrastructurein a single configurable system. Other presentations included protective solutions and compliance frameworks.
The group were also invited to take part in a dinner with cyber security discussion panel at the Kau Palace in Tallinn hosted by the British Ambassador, the Estonian Ministry of Defence and representatives from the NATO Research Centre in Estonia.