Steven Kenny

About Steven Kenny

Steven Kenny has spent 14 years in the security sector undertaking various roles that have seen him take responsibility for key elements of mission critical, high profile projects across a number of different vertical markets. For the last, four year’s Steven has focused his attentions on how technologies can best complement day to day operations and specifically address operational issues by supporting the A&E consultant community across Northern Europe. Steven is all a committee member for ASIS International focusing on Education for the security sector and the UK technology advisor for TINYg (Terrorist Information New York group).

Posts by Steven Kenny:

    Cybersecurity, the NIS Directive and our essential service providers

    The global COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for us all. What has become apparent throughout is how reliant society is on the operators of essential services (OESs) and digital service providers (DSPs). In these unprecedented times we have certainly seen some of the OESs being pushed to their limits. This should make us reflect […]

      Defending against cyberattacks in a disrupted world

      To say that we’re living through a turbulent time would be an obvious understatement. Global disruption can force populations to rethink how they operate, especially when it comes to daily routines. Switches to remote working models and restricted movement can lead to increased online activity. Citizens will seek to connect with loved ones, continue work […]

        The cybersecurity risk of physical security technology

        Although some may view physical security and cybersecurity as two very different practices, at their core they both achieve the same thing: protecting people, assets, brands and reputations. One of the cornerstones of doing this successfully is ensuring effective risk assessments are undertaken. Not only are physical security and cybersecurity similar in their aims, but […]

          The importance of Secure by Default

          As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve at a rapid pace, partly thanks to the increasing use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, businesses are beginning to face a proliferation of threats. This enhanced risk factor has no doubt been a driver for the implementation of new legislations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation […]