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Newbury-based cybersecurity company CyberHive are delighted to have won the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce ‘Best Use of Technology’ award at the annual business awards 2019.

The technology, developed with The University of Oxford under an Innovate-UK KTP funded project, brings a new way of thinking to the field of cybersecurity. For most businesses, it can take many months to detect that they have suffered a data breach. The industry average is running at a terrifying 197 days to identify an attack. Using CyberHive’s patented technology, businesses can cut the time taken to detect a data breach to under a minute.

This new technology is being deployed in a central government system to secure access to email and file-sharing services hosted by Microsoft’s Office 365 as well as securing critical data for a range of security-conscious clients in the private sector.

Following on from the success of the initial technology deployment, CyberHive and The University of Oxford have started work on a new 3-year KTP project to extend and enhance the technology further. Alan Platt, COO of CyberHive commented: “We are delighted to continue the successful relationship with the university and look forward to an exciting future bringing further technologies to market”.

Please see www.cyberhive.com or contact info@cyberhive.com for more information.

To find out more about KTP's, please contact Dr Murray Gardner - murray.garnder@mpls.ox.ac.uk