Tried, Tested and Proven


White Hat Rally are this year adopting the theme of pirates and smugglers with a stunning long weekend of fun, challenges and driving in Pieces of V8!White Hat Rally 2013

The event is being held 21-23 June 2013 and is open to anyone and everyone aged 18 or over. Teams will require a non-commercial vehicle with four wheels and a sense of humour for the pirates and smugglers fancy dress, and antics to match.

Starting near Exeter and taking in miles of scenic countryside on small windy roads, the route will be challenging and include many of the amazing sights and attractions that Devon has to offer.

On-site registration will take place near Exeter on the evening of Thursday 20 June 2013 and the event will finish on the afternoon of Sunday 23 June 2013. Portcullis will also be taking part in this years event. Especially since we have won the best designed car since the events inception in 2009. Continue reading

Once again, this October, Portcullis will be attending the e-Discovery and e-Investigations 2013 event in London.
Portcullis comes to e-Discovery (e-Disclosure) from a forensic background and with real technical expertise.e-Discovery and e-Investigations

Our security professionals within the fields of e-Discovery and Digital Forensics will be on our stand to offer advice and consult with delegates from across the full range of industry sectors.

Key themes for 2013

  • Creating an enterprise-wide records management policy to ensure preparedness for
    e-Discovery requests.
  • Meeting e-Investigations and litigation data requests in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
  • Mitigating e-Discovery risks associated with a changing technology landscape.
  • Ensuring compliance with statutory, legal, and jurisdictional requirements.

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As an organisation, Portcullis believes in making a positive contribution to the community and actively supports both local and national organisations in a number of ways. A recent example of Portcullis paying its part is by helping to promote the involvement of women and girls in information security related careers.

Portcullis has happily agreed to be this year’s principal sponsor of The Manchester Girl Geeks (MGG); a not-for-profit group which organises networking events and workshops for ladies with an interest in everything related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Continue reading

We are pleased to announce that Portcullis has renewed its membership successfully for another year with the CESG It Health Check Service.

As a company, Portcullis has been a member of the CESG IT Health Check Service as a CHECK Service Provider, since its inception in 1999 and continues to be a very active and supportive member. Continue reading

New Website Launch for PortcullisIn keeping with trends in website development and the on-line environment, Portcullis is delighted to announce a brand new website launch.

The site includes a number of new features including quick links to areas of interest, a simple design, and a simple layout to help you find your way around more easily. Continue reading

Portcullis Security is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, so it’s an exciting time for us all. Portcullis SecurityThe company in recent years has gone from strength to strength, introducing new services to the industry along the way.

In order to continue it’s growth, it will soon be moving into an all purposely built HMG standards based secure facility. It is not far from it’s current headquarters in Pinner, London, UK.

Portcullis Security has been a long established, privately owned company. The brand was established in 1986 and
was fully incorporated in 1992 as Portcullis Computer Security Ltd. The same three visionary Directors still run the company today. Continue reading

Portcullis, a leader in IT Security, announced today that it’s PCI certificate for 2013 was successfully renewed with the PCI Security Standards Council.

As an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), Portcullis helps businesses ensure the safety and security of payment card data, identify network and web application vulnerabilities, and demonstrate compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Continue reading