Lisa Ventura is proud to announce that the UK Cyber Security Association which she founded has been named a winner in the Most Forward-Thinking National Cyber Security Infrastructure Association 2019 category in Acquisition International Magazine’s 2019 Cyber Security Awards.

Current research predicts that worldwide spending on Cyber Security will rise dramatically in the upcoming years, and this is driven by companies and individual’s innovation and dedication to harden data protection and strive for success, without high standards of Cyber Security. As such, Audience Acquisition have put the Cyber Security Awards in place to honour the companies that have gone above and beyond in this highly competitive sector.

The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their ingenuity and hard work, distinguishing them from their competitors and proving them worthy of recognition.

Commenting on the win, Lisa Ventura, CEO & Founder of the UK Cyber Security Association said: “We are honoured to receive this award and to be selected in the Most Forward-Thinking National Cyber Security Infrastructure Association category in Audience International Magazine’s 2019 Cyber Security Awards. Cyber security is vital in today’s technology driven market, and we are proud to win this award and be recognised for the hard work we do in raising awareness of the importance of cyber security in business.”

To find out more visit https://www.acq-intl.com/winners/uk-cyber-security-association/, and to find out more about all the winners of this year’s Audience Acquisition Magazine’s Cyber Security Awards visit http://www.acq-intl.com.

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Lisa Ventura is a blogger and writer who has been through many challenges in life, but has somehow not only managed to survive them all, she has thrived in spite of them. She loves technology, heavy metal music, gadgets, cyber security, writing/blogging and her GSD/Husky cross dog. Lisa has a strong interest in all things related to nuclear war and is currently writing a book on the impact that the film "Threads" had on a cold war generation. By day she is a Marketing and Cyber Security Consultant and in her spare time she blogs on www.cybergeekgirl.co.uk, www.venturecxoinsights.com and www.frankieslegacy.co.uk. She is a born campaigner and works tirelessly to raise awareness of issues and causes that are close to her heart.