Hall of Fame

  • Hall of Fame

    The Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame celebrates the achievements of internationally recognised information security visionaries, luminaries, practitioners and advocates.

    James Lyne was inducted into the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame for 2018 after a discussion with Eleanor Dallaway (Infosecurity Magazine Editor) on how the industry can develop the next-generation of information security professionals by collaborating and working together.

    James is recognised for his contribution to security research and to the advancement of information security good practice through his work as an industry advocate and in developing the cyber skills of young people.

  • Hall of Fame Alumni

    Year

    Inductee/s

    2017

    Professor Mary Aiken, Forensic Cyberpsychologist

    2016

    Brian Honan, Founder & CEO BH Consulting

    2015

    Jack Daniel, Security Strategist

    2014

    Dr Eric Cole, Chief Scientist, Secure Anchor Consulting; Fellow, SANS Institute

    2013

    Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer, F-SECURE, Shlomo Kramer, President & CEO, IMPERVA, Alan Turing (posthumously), pioneer in Computer Science

    2012

    John Colley, Raj Samani, Colonel (Ret’d) John Doody

    2011

    Neira Jones, Graham Cluley, Rik Ferguson

    2010

    Merlin, Lord Erroll, Stephen Bonner, Ed Gibson, Charlie McMurdie, Eugene Kaspersky

    2009

    Dan Kaminsky, David Lacey, Dr Paul G Dorey, Dr. Whitfield Diffie, Phil Zimmermann

    2008

    Adam Laurie, Professor Fred Piper, Alan Paller, Bruce Schneier, Professor Howard Schmidt
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