They are the perfect blend of vivacious, creative and enthusiastic people who seem to morph into an extension of your own team effortlessly.


Zoe Edmeades

Managing Director

I am blessed to lead a dynamic team of experts with innovative services that really make a difference to the organisations we work with. I absolutely love my job and the people I work with. What we do is not a single event, it’s a way of life. When I am not living and breathing TSC I can be found curled up with my dogs by the fire, being tortured by my personal trainer or gossiping with my teenage girls.

Security tip: Don’t let your devices connect automatically to public Wi-Fi services and ensure they are safe before you do connect.


Tony Edmeades

Operations Director

Having responsibility for ensuring that the business has the best working environment and processes is a challenge I relish. I am never happier than when assessing new systems and work flows to ensure team efficiency and a cohesive approach to the services we provide. This is only made easier with the highly talented team we have. Outside of work I’m a bit of a fitness freak and with a 10k run, a three-day boot camp and the Three Peaks Challenge already booked up, it’s going to be a great year.

Security tip: When travelling for business or pleasure, reduce your risk by only ever taking the information and devices you need for your trip.

Elaine Barker

Head of Projects and Delivery

I head up our Projects and Delivery team and have worked at The Security Company for a number of years. My team are extremely dedicated and I love our creative approach to all things information security. We work hard to ensure every campaign is engaging and inspiring and we are always looking at different ways to capture our audience’s attention. We have a fab foodie culture here at TSC and never miss an excuse for a day of deliciousness.

Security tip: If something looks suspicious, report it to your security team as soon as possible. You may not think you are a target, but the fact is, we all are.

Bebe Lees

Head of Communications

My passion for enabling learning and development is a great fit with my role as a Head of Communications with The Security Company. I work with a fabulous team of people creating engaging content on information security. With a long career in learning and development and now as a published author, I love it when people say ‘ahhh, now I get it’. My other passion is dogs, with four of my own. I also get a dog fix when I come to work and Doris is here.

Security tip: Do not open any links or documents from unknown sources.


Jenny Mandley

Head of Business Development

Exploring the possibilities, pushing the boundaries and building relationships to find information security solutions for our clients is a challenge I relish. Consultancy experience in education, financial services and recruitment has developed my ability to be holistic, inclusive, creative and flexible whatever the complex needs of our clients are. Coffee and cake helps too!

Security tip: When you are out and about, hide and lock your valuables away – don’t give anyone the opportunity or inclination to take what is yours.

Ellie Brown

Business Development Executive

Having spent most of my career so far in the financial sector, I have continually been made aware of security threats. I am equally aware of how unsure staff can be about whose responsibility security is. As Business Development Executive at TSC, I engage and build relationships with businesses to help them raise security awareness and find information security solutions. We are in this together.

Security tip: Double check that email before you click the link. Spelling errors? Impersonal? Do you really know who sent it?

Lauren Groom

Content Specialist

I have experience in various sectors, from market research and commercial operations through to creative copywriting. As a Content Specialist, I'm able to use this experience and my passion for writing to create accurate and engaging communications for our clients. I love nothing more than learning something new, whether that is the latest phishing techniques or methods for cat whispering, although I haven’t yet succeeded in training my cats to do the housework.

Security tip: Don’t assume that the padlock in your browser window means a website is safe. Look out for signs of a fake website, including spelling and grammar mistakes and misspelt URLs.


Mike Bailey

Head of Marketing

I have been lucky to have worked in marketing roles across several countries and cultures. Consequently, it is rare that client demands surprise me! As Head of Marketing my role is to understand what our clients' value in their information security programmes and demonstrate that we can deliver this to them. A big sport and dog lover, I am also an hispanophile having lived and worked in Spain for 14 years. Always available but calls during Real Madrid games may go to voicemail...

Security tip: The number of people in your security team is equal to the number of people in your company multiplied by their social media accounts.


Conor McKenna

Digital Marketing Executive

I have a variety of experience within marketing covering multiple sectors, from digital marketing for businesses within the print industry to working as a marketing consultant in the IT service management industry. My role as digital marketing executive at TSC means I get to work across multiple campaigns, creating and distributing informative and engaging content. Working within such a dynamic business and industry has enables me draw on and utilise all my past experience within digital marketing.

Security tip: Become familiar with the privacy policies of the social media channels you use and customise your privacy settings to control who sees what.


Sarah Parkins

Senior Client and Project Manager

There is never a dull moment working in the Projects & Delivery team! I love the challenge of coming up with exciting, innovative and fun ways to deliver our clients’ messages. Away from work, I am a squash-playing, mountain-walking, dog-loving ex-Bluecoat — quite an eclectic mix but that’s pretty much the norm around here which makes for a very interesting and diverse crew.

Security tip: Be vigilant and prudent in all your communication channels, both personal and professional.


Sue Ager

Client and Project Manager

It’s an exciting time to be part of TSC with some amazing products being developed to support organisations and their employees to stay safe online. As project manager, it’s great to be using my previous experience to deliver the highest standards of customer service. Away from work, I love walking with my Labrador, playing tennis and getting together with friends and good food!

Security tip: Think before you click! Beware of opening attachments from unknown sources.

David Ridpath

Software Developer

As software developer at TSC I am constantly looking to improve the technology we use in order to deliver the best products and services to our customers. Previously, I have worked as a developer in the Education sector and in various industries including Finance. I enjoy streamlining the technology stack and looking for new ways to make the development cycle more efficient.

Security tip: Always visit your bank and shopping sites via your own links and not through emails.

Wendy Tobitt

eLearning Developer

Having a graphic design background, I enjoy the complexity of developing interactive training courses whilst making sure they look engaging to the user. I’ve previously worked in pharmaceutical and technical software sectors, so being a relative newbie to TSC, I’m enjoying learning how important being cyber secure is. I’ve recently moved to Suffolk, so I’m having fun exploring the county and it’s coastline, I love to Lindy Hop and Balboa and enjoy spending time with my family and friends.

Security tip: Check your emails carefully and do not open attachments unless they’re from a known, trusted source.

Lee Inskip

LMS Administrator and eLearning Developer

With over 20 years’ experience in the digital learning industry, my passion is creating great learning experiences that are engaging and have a real positive impact on people’s skills and behaviours. Previously I have worked in rail and hospitality sectors as a digital learning specialist and have developed information security training for a number of different companies. This has given me a great insight into our customers challenges and requirements. Away from work I love getting on the local rivers in my kayak – but only when the weather is fine!

Security tip: Even if an email initially looks like it if from a reliable source, if it asks you to supply some personal information, just take a moment to check in more detail.

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