First stop Keele as D2NA hit the road with free Cyberfusion event to help companies to stay safe online

Cyber security experts D2NA are going on the road with a series of free events to help companies understand the vulnerabilities in their IT systems and the actions required to stay safe online.

The Cyberfusion event will include live demonstrations of how people “phish” for your information and IT experts from D2NA Ltd will also demonstrate the latest AI technology and applications.

Cyberfusion will be held at the Denise Coates Foundation building, at the Keele University business and science park, on Thursday, October 26 (9.30am to 12 noon).

Cheryl Chadwick, Marketing Director, at Longton-based D2NA, said: “We first hosted Cyberfusion at Macclesfield FC in June, and the feedback was fantastic.

“As companies found it so useful, we now intend to take it on the road, starting at Keele University. The Denise Coates Foundation building is an ideal venue as it’s a centre for forward thinking companies, combining business innovation with education.

“Cyberfusion will give visitors a guide to what threats they face and potential actions to help keep their valuable information safe.

“It will include a live phishing attempt from D2NA’s team, and there will be free resources available.

“We’re also taking a look at AI, with live examples on free to use Apps that could help your business.”

Tickets are available via Eventbrite, see


D2NA held its first event at Macclesfield FC’s Stadium as the company has a successful business partnership with the Silkmen.

“Ove 20 people attended and feedback was excellent,” said Cheryl. “We now want to take Cyberfusion to several different venues in Staffordshire and Cheshire.”

Clare Wherton, SME Partnership Manager, at Caudwell Children, was among delegates at the first event. She said: “Cyberfusion was a fantastic event for the business and charity sectors. There were many useful takeaways in terms of cyber security, an aspect that concerns everyone now and a chance to learn about emerging AI applications. It was also a positive way to network with local organisations.”

Founded in 2005, D2NA are a cyber security company with a history of infrastructure support. We empower our customers to focus their defences on the most likely cyber threats and innovate by providing best-in-class solutions. Our award-winning team provides technical support and service delivery to enhance our partners’ competencies.

The 26-strong D2NA team is headed by Managing Director Jonpaul Sargent and Founder Graham Doyle, see


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With pic: (LtoR) John-Paul Donnelly, Ben Leese, Cheryl Chadwick, Shaun Conway, from D2NA, the presenters at the first Cyberfusion event.