CND Celebrates 15 years of cyber protection

By Anita Jaynes on 27 August, 2019

Bath-based CND (Computer Network Defence), is celebrating 15 years of helping to protect the UK’s military networks, businesses and organisations both at home and abroad.

Over the last 15 years, CND has built an unrivalled network of cyber security consultants with members of the team in the US, Canada, the Isle of Man, and here in Bath.

The company is first and foremost a cyber security consultancy but also has a cyber recruitment arm, which is the oldest cyber security recruitment agency in the UK.

At its heart, CND is a family business, founded by CEO Andy Cuff and his wife Amanda, Chief Financial Officer.

Andy started out his career in the RAF, completing a total of 23 years’ service. He has since spent 14 years as a Commissioned Officer within the Army Cyber Reserves. Andy’s background was military computing, communications and electronics, which progressed to covering the emerging field of cyber security.

Andy has built an international following as the go-to cyber expert with thousands of followers. CND’s Radar Console, a free cyber threat intelligence tool, has worldwide acclaim being used by a wide range of professional organisations, including, PWC, Johnson & Johnson, UK MOD, National Police Board Sweden, Tehran Municipality Iran, and US Tenth Fleet Cyber Command. It was even used during President Bush’s visit to the National Security Agency (NSA) at Fort Mead in January 2006. The Radar Console has an impressive 38,000 visitors every hour.

Andy’s passion for Information Security has driven business growth with a head office in Bath, another technical team in the Isle of Man, a research unit in the US, and a contracting team that operates across Europe and the Middle East.

CND has set to distinguish itself from the crowd by focusing on ethical business practices, technically knowledgeable recruiters and consultants who love all things cyber. Andy said, “The cyber threat has increasingly grown over the last decade and I’m proud that CND has played a part in keeping us all safe online. We will continue to position our business at the cutting edge of the industry helping businesses and organisations with an on-going and very real threat.”

CND is hosting a Cyber Security Learning Lunch in Bath on Monday 9th September, to help local businesses better understand cyber risk and how a cyber attack could affect your company. To find out more and to book click here.

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Pictured above: Andy Cuff, CEO of Computer Network Defence.