Top 5 Cybersecurity Twitter Profiles in London

Twitter is a great place for getting the latest updates, tidbits and a lot more on topics of interest to you. When it comes to cybersecurity, it is important to keep on top of all the news and information so that you are aware of any new threats that might be affecting companies online. We have put together a list of the top 5 London-based Twitter accounts that discuss the latest in cybersecurity, and that we think you should follow.

@CyberAuthority

Mohamed is a Senior Researcher at Kaspersky, a Board member at SecuringCities, and an advisor at ICANN. He tweets the latest news involving cybersecurity breaches.

@dannyjpalmer

Danny is a senior reporter at @ZDNet who writes about cybersecurity and hacking. Danny shares and actually discusses a range of topics around technology matters.

@ozalashe

Oz is the CEO & Founder CybSafe, an award-winning cybersecurity and data analytics software platform. His Twitter account has a strong focus on cybersecurity.

@JaneFrankland

Jane is a cybersecurity entrepreneur, speaker and writer, whose latest book is called “InSecurity: Why a Failure to Attract and Retain Women in Cybersecurity is Making Us All Less Safe”. She tweets about events, news and topics around her area of expertise.

@quepasachico

Paul’s account is focused on new trends and innovations in technology and related subjects which are business-focused. He tweets the most pressing news, information and content that will be helpful to any business owner.

Talha Fazlani
Talha Fazlani

Talha is the Digital Marketing Manager for Core, overseeing design and digital assets of the company. Before joining Core in 2018, Talha worked in various industries from the legal sector to online health and wellbeing.

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