DCMS Cyber Innovation Zone and UK's Most Innovative Small Cybersecurity Company of the Year 2018: Competition Final

DCMS Competition at Infosecurity Week, Infosecurity Europe

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) Cyber Innovation Zone and UK's Most Innovative Small Cybersecurity Company of the Year 2018: Competition Final

The DCMS Cyber Innovation Zone featured the top 13 innovative, small companies from the DCMS Cybersecurity Innovation Competition (sponsored by SNC - Lavalin Atkins). The top 4 companies took part in the competition final to find 'UK's Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company of the Year'. These 4 finalists also talked in the Cyber Innovation Showcase.

The finalists were ExactTrak, KETS Quantum Security, RazorSecure and Xanadata.

See all finalists


During the competition final on day 2 of Infosecurity Europe, the finalists pitched their technology/service to an expert judging panel. KETS Quantum Security was selected as the winner and awarded the title of ‘UK’s Most Innovative Small Cybersecurity Company of the Year’.

Day 2 Highlights Press Release


Expert competition judges were:

  • Chair: Martin Chalmers, Managing Director, Aerospace, Defence, Security & Technology, SNC - Lavalin Atkins
  • Dave Palmer, Director of Technology, Darktrace
  • Nicola Whiting, Chief Strategy Officer, Titania
  • Chris Marwood, GM Managed Security Services, BT
  • Nazo Moosa, Senior Strategic Partner, Paladin Capital Group
  • Gary Brailsford-Hart, Director of Information & CISO, City of London Police

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