Published Articles

As a cyber security thought leader Lisa has had several articles published through her work in various magazines and publications.

These include:

The True Cost of Cyber Attacks & How to Protect Your Organisation Against Them for Aluminium International Today magazine.

Aluminium production is just as much at risk of a cyber attack as any other business, and this article focuses on what can be done to mitigate the risk of a cyber attack.

How to Protect Your Business Against Cyber Attacks for Counter Terror Business Magazine

Lisa provided a detailed overview of the types of cyber attacks to watch out for, plus hints and tips for how to combat them successfully.



How to Avoid a Cyber Security “Own Goal” for FC Business Magazine.

Football clubs and associations are just as at risk of a cyber attack as any other business, and this article focuses on what they can do to mitigate the risk of a cyber attack.

Is Your Child Safe Online for Global Europa Magazine .

This article is aimed at parents and includes lots of hints, tips and pointers to ensure their children stay safe online. It also talks about cyber security risks and how to protect children when they are using the internet. This article will be published in Global Europa Magazine in early 2019, but is online on Global Europa Magazine’s website now.

Make it Hard for Cyber Fraudsters for Product Media Magazine, part of the British Promotional Merchandise Association. 

This article focuses on the types of cyber attacks that the product merchandising industry might come across, along with ways they can be mitigated.

As an advocate of neurodiversity following being diagnosed as #ActuallyAutistic, Lisa is now a contributor to Me.Decoded  with a series of articles that focus on how she has navigated through life with the condition.

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CybHER security: Cyber Security Women of the year for Scitech Europa 

SciTech Europa Quarterly speaks to CEO and Founder of the UK Cyber Security Association (UKCSA about the importance of getting women into the cyber security industry, and what we can do to protect ourselves against current cyber threats.


Lisa features in this blog edition of #YesSheCan.

Lisa Ventura – Wired differently

After being diagnosed with autism, Lisa was able to better understand herself and why she stood out in both school and the workplace. This unique mindset stemmed her interest in non-typical female interests such as technology and cybersecurity. 

Lisa is available for article commissions and can contribute guest articles to your publication, magazine or blogs on a wide variety of topics. Please email her via to find out more.

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