Getting Started with Inclusive Recruitment
The next webinar in the NeuroCyber 101 Series was recorded on Friday 26th November and fetured Chris Dunning-Walton of InfoSec People and Caroline Turner of Creased Puddle, hosted by Nicola Whiting MBE.
Leaning on the expert knowledge of NeuroCyber's amazing sponsors, we unpicked the challenges in developing inclusive recruitment practices to help more businesses to get the right people in the right seats.
Chris Dunning-Walton (Panellist)
Chris is Owner & MD of InfoSec People, the leading experts in Cyber Security contingency recruitment. One of the most experienced Information Security talent acquisition and cyber team enablement professionals in the UK.
Caroline Turner (Panellist)
Caroline is the Founder and Managing Director of Creased Puddle Ltd a UK based Neurodiversity training and consultancy company. Caroline spent 21 years as a Police Officer qualifying to Inspector before retiring in 2017.
Prior to leaving she was supported by her Chief Officer team to create the first Neurodiversity support group in British Policing. Creased Puddle was launched in early 2018 and has since grown to become a recognised centre of expertise for Neurodiversity. Boasting a nationwide Psychologist and Coaching network providing assessments, diagnostics, specialist coaching and workplace assessments. Day to day Caroline and her team can be found delivering evidence based, online and face to face training and consultancy for a large number of clients including NHS Blood and Transplant, National Crime Agency, National Cybercrime Programme, RWE, ROKE, College of Policing and many UK Police Forces. Caroline employs professionals with a range of Neurological differences which all bring their unique talents to Creased Puddle, securing its ‘Disability Confident Employer’ status.
Caroline is also the founder of www.neuropool.co.uk and sits on a number of steering groups for cognitive diversity.
Nicola Whiting MBE (Host)
Nicola Whiting is co-owner of Titania Group, she is also Autistic, an Amazon best-selling author and is listed as one of the Top 30 most influential women working in cyber security.
She received the UK’s inaugural “National Cyber Citizen Award” for her “outstanding contribution to the world of cyber security and protection” and was awarded an MBE for services to International Trade and Diversity.