Veracity Trust Network among 17 UK companies picked to present at Austrian cyber security forum

Pioneering tech company Veracity Trust Network has been named as one of 17 UK businesses selected by the Government to present at next month’s CEE Cyber Security Forum in Austria.

Nigel Bridges, CEO of the Leeds-based cyber security business – which specialises in detecting and blocking bots attacking websites and online advertising – will attend the event at the Residence of the British Ambassador in Vienna on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd November.

The event – which will welcome delegates from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia – will see Nigel deliver a presentation titled: ‘Bad Bots Destroy Businesses – How to Stop Them’. 

Veracity will be joined at the Department for Business and Trade-held event by other leading cyber and information security firms from the UK, such as Atkins Global and BAE Systems.

Speaking ahead of the event, Nigel said: ‘I am delighted that Veracity has been chosen as one of 17 companies to represent the UK at the CEE Cyber Security Forum in Vienna.

‘This is an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our pioneering bot detection solutions to European delegates and help spread the important message of the threat that malicious bots present to organisations across the continent.’

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