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Risk manager scoops Infosec prize

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Risk manager scoops Infosec prize
Risk manager scoops Infosec prize

Exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe for the second year, consultancy CS Risk Management gave away a pair of tickets to the British Grand Prix.

Winning the award was Jennie Davies, risk manager at AXA Wealth, (pictured) who collected the tickets from CS Risk Management's racing green stand.

Jennie said: “I was absolutely thrilled to win the tickets. I have wanted to go to the British Grand Prix for a long time so it is brilliant to get the opportunity.”

A spokesperson for CS Risk Management said: “In April we exhibited at the Infosecurity Europe event for our second year. This year we decided to use a motor sport theme for our stand as we have a lot of fans at CS Risk Management, and with motor sport being highly competitive it has a lot of information security risks.”

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