LogRhythm Partners with The National Museum of Computing to Preserve Technological Heritage and Promote Inclusion in the Cybersecurity Industry

LogRhythm Partners with The National Museum of Computing to Preserve Technological Heritage and Promote Inclusion in the Cybersecurity Industry

LogRhythm, the company helping security teams stop breaches by turning disconnected data and signals into trustworthy insights,has partnered with The National Museum of Computing (TNMoC), an independent charity housing the world’s largest collection of functional historic computers and World War II machines, to strengthen inclusion and accessibility in computing. By sponsoring TNMoC, LogRhythm is contributing towards the preservation of technological heritage, supporting initiatives that promote education and technology, and helping to bridge the critical skills gap within the cybersecurity industry. 

Through its collaboration with TNMoC, LogRhythm aims to inspire future generations to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. As part of this ongoing partnership, LogRhythm recently held its Customer Advisory Council and Partner Advisory Council at the museum. The events provided an opportunity for its stakeholders to share insights and advice on modern threats, guide its product roadmap, and enhance security operations. LogRhythm will share its experience and expertise with TNMoC to create greater cybersecurity awareness and promote engagement within the industry.  

As soon as I stepped through the doors, I knew TNMoC was a good fit for LogRhythm. As the birthplace of British cybersecurity, it truly brings the history of computing to life and understands the importance of making the field accessible to everyone. This is something that is central to our values at LogRhythm as we look to inspire new talent within the cybersecurity industry,” said Kev Eley, VP UKI & Europe at LogRhythm. “Cybersecurity has become a critical part of the modern digital landscape and will continue to be as threats evolve. I look forward to working together with TNMoC to bridge the gap between industry and education partners through our sponsorship.” 

TNMoC is home to the world’s largest collection of working historic computers, including Enigma, Lorenz the working Turing-Welchman Bombe, and the rebuilt Colossus. It has recently been awarded full Accreditation as a Nationally Styled Museum through the UK Museum Accreditation Scheme. In addition, the museum runs a highly successful Learning Program for schools and colleges and promotes introductions to computer coding amongst young people, especially females, to inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers. 

“I’m thrilled to see the collaboration between LogRhythm and TNMoC come to fruition. This partnership embodies the fusion of innovation and preservation, ensuring that our technological heritage continues to inspire and inform the cybersecurity solutions of tomorrow,” said Jacqui Garrad, Museum Director at The National Museum of Computing. 

 “We look forward to supporting the LogRhythm team in hosting events with TNMoC and collaborating in our mission to conserve, educate, engage, and inspire.”  

LogRhythm is committed to delivering continuous cybersecurity innovation. In addition to supporting TNMoC through its recent sponsorship, it also enables its customers and partners to protect against ever evolving cyberthreats through ongoing updates to its product suite, delivered every 90 days. 

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