2-sec joins IWF

Published:  Tue 19 Jul 2016

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has welcomed 2-sec into IWF membership.

Based in London, 2-sec helps clients around the world secure their information security systems and comply with industry regulations. They’ve joined our 126 other Member companies in IWF membership because they share our vision for a safer internet, free of online child sexual abuse imagery.

Tim Holman, 2-sec CEO, said: “We are thrilled to have become members of the IWF, it is important to us that our team here at 2-sec have the knowledge and tools to fight online criminal content.”

Susie Hargreaves, IWF CEO, said: “I think it’s great that a small UK-based internet security company like 2-sec wants to be a part of our growing membership base. Each and every internet company around the world has a part to play in the fight against online child sexual abuse images and videos. Big or small. I’m looking forward to finding out what we can achieve with Tim and his team.”

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Notes to Editors

Contact:

Lisa Stacey, IWF Communications Manager +44 (0) 1223 203030 or +44 (0) 7929 553679.

For more information on the award, please contact The Cabinet Press Office.
1.    Photographs are available on request.
2.    For interviews, contact the IWF Press Office.

At IWF:

We make the internet a safer place. We help victims of child sexual abuse worldwide by identifying and removing online images and videos of their abuse. We search for child sexual abuse images and videos and offer a place for the public to report them anonymously. We then have them removed. We’re a not for profit organisation and are supported by the global internet industry and the European Commission.

The IWF is part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, working with Childnet International and the South West Grid for Learning to promote the safe and responsible use of technology.

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