Director of The South East Cyber Resilience Centre

As an experienced Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) having managed large scale investigations and as an accredited Kidnap & Extortion manager Detective Superintendent Justin Torgout brings over 25 years of policing experience to the Cyber Resilience Centre. Having worked across a diverse number of policing functions Justin joins the team from his current role with Hampshire Constabulary where his responsibilities comprised the management of Serious and Organised crime inclusive of the Force Cyber Crime Unit.



Head of Cyber and Innovation at The South East Cyber Resilience Centre

Chris left college and started a career in computing with a multi national technology company.  Then joining the Police in the mid 90s experienced various departments focussing on technological roles.  Always looking for solutions and keeping abreast of technology, he joined the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit as a Police Cyber Security Advisor and Prevent Sgt, delivering the National Cyber Security Strategy where he has been working with private sector raising the awareness of cyber security, coaching and encouraging positive behaviour change within organisations, assisting those in the midst of cyber incidents and managing the offenders responsible.

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Client Relations at The South East Cyber Resilience Centre

Jeff is a long time IT professional where he created and launched the world’s first online backup service.  Jeff is an expert on business continuity and was IT Entrepreneur of the Year, 2000.  Since retiring, Jeff has provided expertise and experience supporting the police forces of Thames Valley, Surrey and Sussex with specialist roles in Fraud and Cybercrime prevention and awareness.  Additionally, Jeff brings a wealth of experience in corporate governance and related activities.

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