Rewarding those who are committed to cyber innovation, cyber crime reduction and protecting citizens online.
"I was pleased to learn that the awards are going to take place this year after having to be postponed last year. They are a really great way to reward and celebrate those who are committed to keeping us safe online. The winners, past and present, are an inspiration to individuals and organisations who wish to work to protect others in the same manner."
The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, Prime Minister
“The Chartered Institute of Information Security is delighted this year to co sponsor The National Cyber Awards which seeks to recognise and reward those individuals and teams that do outstanding work, quite often unsung within Information Security.”
Amanda Finch - CEO The Chartered Institute of Information Security
"NPCC are delighted to sponsor these awards, recognising the amazing work, innovation and collaboration across the sector. We live more and more of our lives online and these awards showcase the vast range of activities ongoing to keep us safe in the virtual world."
Commissioner Angela McClaren - City of London Police & NPCC Cyber Lead
“The National Cyber Awards recognise the outstanding contributions of many teams and individuals who protect us across numerous sectors. With cyber related warfare becoming an increasingly important part of the United Kingdom’s Government and Defence Cyber Strategies, I am delighted that a special award for Ministry of Defence military and civilian staff will be presented at this year’s national awards; The MOD Cyber Award 2022.”
Christine Maxwell - Director Cyber Defence and Risk
“The National Cyber Awards allow us to recognise the exceptional work undertaken every day to tackle cybercrime and increase the UK’s resilience against this threat. “Post-pandemic, the world is even more dependent on a secure and reliable cyberspace. At the same time, the cybercrime threat is increasing, with more sophisticated and high profile attacks against the UK’s critical national infrastructure, businesses and people. “The NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU) leads the UK’s incident response to high-end cyber criminality, working closely with regional police forces, Government agencies and international law enforcement partners. This collaborative response is key to bringing cyber criminals to justice and protecting our national security.”
GRAEME BIGGAR - DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY
"The National Cyber Awards are a wonderful way to celebrate and reward those in the cybersecurity industry who work tirelessly to keep us safe online. Palo Alto Networks is proud to be sponsoring the awards and recognise organisations and individuals who secure our digital way of life; the winners are an inspiration to everyone across the sector.”
SIMON TURNER - REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT, WEUR AT PALO ALTO NETWORKS
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Rewarding individuals and organisations who keep us safer online
“The Nineteen Group and International Cyber Expo are pleased to support The National Cyber Awards 2022. Cyber crime has fast become one of the most important, and indeed dynamic areas of the security industry, and these awards are a fantastic way to recognise the most exceptional innovations, inspiring organisations and leading stars within the cyber security industry.”