You Fly We Secure - SEP2 at Infosecurity Europe 2023

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The team at SEP2 have just returned from a wonderful three days of exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe 2023! Infosecurity Europe, one of the world’s leading cyber security events, provides a platform for industry professionals, experts, and enthusiasts to come together and explore the latest trends, innovations, and solutions in the realm of security.

The opportunity to share knowledge and learn from other exhibitors is an invaluable experience and always inspiring to our whole team – you could certainly see evidence of the passion from everyone within the cyber security industry.

SEP2’s one-year transformation

This is our second year at Infosec and our transformation over the last 12 months can be seen in more ways than one. Take our stand for instance:

2022 Infosecurity Europe

SEP2 Infosec stand 2022

2023 Infosecurity Europe

SEP2 stand Infosec 2023

After months of concept and design planning for the stand, we were all absolutely delighted with the finished product. This felt like the embodiment of all we had achieved over the last few years and made it possible for us to really showcase who we are and what we offer.

Sharing real results

Last year we were just unveiling our Google Chronicle powered MDR solution, SEP2.security, a brand-new service that we were confident would be successful. This year, we had the results to back up that confidence. We were able to share how we have kept multiple organisations secure with the combination of the Google Chronicle Security suite and our 24×7 Eyes-On SOC based in Leeds, such as CJC, with whom we recently shared the news of our partnership and deployment of SEP2.security – read the full story here.


We hosted a number of presentations on our stand which included: our Head of Technical Services, James Woodward, presenting SEP2.security; Vectra joined to talk about their Attack Signal Intelligence; Armis conducted a presentation on Vulnerability Management; Egress were there to discuss Phishing and 2023 trends; and the week was rounded out by People Manager, Dave Gore, talking to students about careers at SEP2.

Presentation at Infosecurity Europe 2023

Passport challenge

We had a special challenge available to everyone at the exhibition which required attendees to collect a SEP2 passport from our stand and then find our four key vendors for a stamp. Once all four stamps have been collected and the passport returned to the stand, they would be entered into a prize draw for a holiday worth £750! Our very own pilots were also on hand to help out with visitors!

SEP2 passport


We have to say a huge thank you to all our partners who contributed to the success of this week, those being Qualys, Armis, Egress, and Pentera, with a special thank you going to Vectra, with whom we worked collaboratively all week.

Here are some pictures from the week that sum up our experience.

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Kieron sitting at a desk in the SEP2 office posing for his headshot


Central Response Team Manager

Kieron has been with SEP2 since 2019 and works in our support team.

For Kieron, there is no typical day at SEP2, for one day he can be working through open tickets, another day you could be working on a priority case for the duration of the day, and another day you could be working on an ongoing project, but what Kieron enjoys is that the mix of challenges keeps the role fresh and interesting.

Kieron likes that within the support team everybody works well together, and shares knowledge between every level and are constantly being encouraged to learn.

In his spare time, Kieron’s current favourite hobby is working on his allotment, which gives him a nice change of scenery and a break from technology.