Debbie Garside

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Debbie Garside is founder of GeoLang, a provider of sustainable cyber solutions, and a renowned cyber security and cloud computing expert.

Debbie has been an entrepreneur successfully running IT companies for past 25 years. She is an expert in cyber security and natural language, was appointed the first Prince of Wales Innovation Scholar at the University of Wales and has just finalized her PhD thesis on Human Visual Perception in Cyber Security – her related patent to a new Pseudo-isochromatic second generation CAPTCHA system based on her PhD has been granted. As the Principal UK Expert for Language Encoding, Debbie was until recently editor of two international ISO standards, and a BSI and ISO Chair.

Also a member of the advisory board for HPC Wales, a €40 million high performance computing project, Debbie is a named contributor to a number of internet standards produced by the Internet Engineering Task Force, and has been an advisor to Wikimedia Foundation (overseeing Wikipedia activity) on natural language.

Debbie currently sits on the KTN Defence and Security Advisory Board and is a member of the Cloud Industry Forum. Debbie recently accompanied the UK Prime Minister on a bi-lateral trade mission to India as part of a “Best of British” showcase. Debbie is also the Product Owner for Ascema feeding insights from industry into product development.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Debbie Garside and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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