Cyber City versus the hack attackers: how London can take charge of the cyber security scene
The company that became ScanSafe started in a cramped top-floor office in Farringdon, an unlikely setting to fight email viruses. It moved into remote monitoring of a company’s internet browsing, including limiting employees’ access to Facebook and Twitter. That proved lucrative: brothers Eldar and Roy Tuvey split £37 million when the business was sold to American internet giant Cisco in 2010. Their next venture, Wandera, began two years ago and employs 70 in offices near Marble Arch, in San Francisco and Slovenia.