MP for The Cotswolds, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, and Police and Crime Commissioner, Chris Nelson, were both in attendance on November 17 for the opening of award-winning cybersecurity solutions specialist, Core to Cloud’s, newly refurbished headquarters, at the 11th-century castle in Cirencester.
The refurbishment of the iconic, 11,000 sqft, 11th-century castle headquarters, has transformed the building into a modern, collaborative workspace that will not only be enjoyed by the Core to Cloud team, but by the local community too. Its new event spaces are now open to local businesses, schools, colleges and universities.
The castle features state-of-the-art office facilities, a Star Wars-style screening room, a podcast studio and a spacious events area for students, businesses and industry professionals to share best practices, advice and discover the latest in cyberdefence skills and technology.
The grand opening followed Core to Cloud’s security and compliance event, S.COM22, which brought together the best of the South west’s IT and cybersecurity experts, business leaders, the MP Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown and PCC Chris Nelson, amongst other members of the local business community.
Commenting on the castle opening, Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown said: “This county is a world leader in creative industries and we want the Southwest to continue to lead the way in the field of cybersecurity.Click below to share this article