Founder and CEO of Business Live Global (Business Live UK Ltd), Victoria Beale, today announced a partnership with the UK Cyber Security Association.

Says Victoria, “This is extremely exciting news for both parties.  Business Live Global owns an extensive network of SME / Enterprise-level businesses and I’ve always felt that cyber security is an essential part of their growth strategy.  We will be working hard to raise awareness of the importance of cyber security to our members and extended network.  We’ll be creating and managing UK Cyber Security Associations brand new YouTube channel which is part of their strategy for raising awareness across a much broader audience and which will share regular information and updates.  We’ll also be creating video marketing packages which will be offered exclusively to their members.

“We are really looking forward to helping UK Cyber Security Association members raise their profile exponentially too.  This is a fantastic partnership and we are all very excited about it!”

Lisa Venture from UK Cyber Security Association added, “The Association is here for anyone who is interested in cyber security issues.  You could be an individual who is interested in getting a job in the industry to a large corporation who needs assistance to protect themselves from cyber threats.  We want to ensure best practice, assimilate information and share information from the cyber security industry in the UK and internationally.  Our new YouTube channel will help us to do just that and we’re really looking forward to working with Victoria and her colleagues at Business Live Global.” 


Editors Notes:

Business Live Global

For over ten years Business Live Global (Business Live UK Ltd) have conceptualised, created and promoted lead generating events and bespoke lead generation campaigns for a range of SME and corporate clients from across the UK.

For more information please contact Victoria Beale via email:

UK Cyber Security Association

Everyone knows that cyber security is an issue – government, businesses and individuals rely on the Internet and IT systems, and have come to realise they are at more at risk from cyber-attacks.

These attacks are becoming increasingly more sophisticated and stealthy, targeting people, networks and devices.  There are many questions and not enough answers.  With this in mind the UK Cyber Security Association exists to break down the barriers between all areas of cyber security.

  • What is it?
  • Who it effects?
  • Where do you go for advice?
  • How do you protect yourself, or your business?

For further information on the Cyber Security Association please contact Lisa Ventura via email on or visit their website at: