Intercede CEO Richard Parris travelled to the US with Prime Minister David Cameron last week, as part of a UKTI delegation of representatives from leading cybersecurity firms to promote UK innovation.
The 12-strong delegation was arranged by the UKTI to coincide with the Prime Minister’s meeting on the issue with US President Barack Obama. During the visit, Parris outlined his company’s latest innovations in identity and credential management software and ongoing success in the US market.
Intercede is a market-leader specialising in secure identity, credential management and secure mobility, with over twenty years’ experience in the cybersecurity sector. Its software and services create the foundation of digital trust between connected people, devices and apps. Intercede supplies many of the leading public and private sector from its office in the US and headquarters in Lutterworth, Leicestershire. Its customers include US Federal government agencies, the UK government and some of the world’s largest corporations, telecoms providers and information technology firms.
Richard Parris talks to PM David Cameron about cybersecurity