Intelligent, Not Artificial
We are generating and collecting more information than ever before. While this brings with it some challenges, we believe this gives security teams a real opportunity to stay one step ahead of cyber criminals. Shut down attacks before any real loss is sustained. There are no shortcuts and we are still a long way away from completely replacing human operators in cyber security. But automation and analytics could fundamentally change the way we secure our organisations.
CyberOwl builds on cutting-edge research that started its life at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom and completed at Coventry University. The founding team combines decades of experience in developing, securing and operating large distributed systems. We are on a mission to leverage data and analytics to shift organisations towards an active cyber posture. Medulla, our first product, is the beginning of a suite of capabilities we will develop to achieve this mission.
Get in touch if you would like us to help put your organisation on the front foot, or if you share our vision and would like to join us at CyberOwl.
Chief Executive Officer
Dan was Associate Director at KPMG, where he focused on the Defence, Security and Industrial sectors. During that time, he worked extensively developing propositions, market entry and commercial strategies for global security, defense, technology and engineering companies such as Northrop Grumman, Atos and BP. Dan is also Chair of a Working Group at the IoT Security Foundation, a non-profit working towards establishing principles and improving capability globally for IoT security.
Chief Technology Officer
Ken led technology strategy as Head of Architecture, Head of Product Strategy or Chief Technology Officer at BBC Worldwide, Citibank UK, Asos and Aviva Digital. He has 25 years’ experience developing and maintaining large-scale, software architectures in complex digital environments. In that time, he led the Enterprise Architecture and Product Innovation of Egg bank to acquisition by Citibank and was in the founding team for Lost Wax, building the technical team to 100 people.
Chief Scientific Officer
Siraj is a Professor of Systems Security at the Centre for Transport and Mobility Research at Coventry University, where he leads the Cybersecurity Group at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities. With over 20 years of experience in security research, Siraj has also served as the cybersecurity lead for the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), which is the UK’s innovation network. His research has been funded by EPSRC, UK MoD, RAEng and British Council.