TechMarketView Webinar – Hackers and Defenders: How greater use of public cloud is changing the cyber security landscape

  • September 30, 2021
    9:30 am - 10:30 am


Kate Hanaghan

Kate Hanaghan is Chief Research Officer at TechMarketView with responsibility for driving forward the research agenda and running the team of analysts.

Kate joined TechMarketView in October 2012 and her TechsectorViews research focuses on Cloud and Infrastructure. She is a highly regarded analyst having tracked the European and UK IT services markets for around ten years.

Before joining TechMarketView, Kate was co-founder of K2 Advisory where she ran the independent research programme for CIOs. Previously, Kate worked alongside current members of the TechMarketView team as a Senior Analyst within Ovum’s IT Services Practice.

Over the years Kate has been involved with some of the industry’s defining research into the UK market, analysing key trends and forecasting growth and areas of opportunity. She has worked closely with suppliers to the UK market (large and small) to help them understand how new delivery models are shaping the vendor landscape, and has provided strategic advice on outsourcing to IT buyers across numerous vertical sectors.

Before working as an analyst, Kate was a journalist and online TV reporter specialising in technology.

Kate holds a BA (Hons) degree in History with Psychology.


Martin Courtney

Martin Courtney joined TechMarketView in February 2016 as Principal Analyst.

He has been undertaking detailed research of the ICT market for the past 10 years, specialising latterly in data centre and cloud services, connectivity (enterprise and telco) and the related security issues.

Martin monitors market trends to identify and explain disruptive technologies and their effect on both the market and the players. He works closely with vendors and service providers to assess individual company strategies and capabilities, and provide competitive intelligence.

Having started his career in the Home Office Research and Statistics Department, Martin moved on to a software company specialising in the development, installation, maintenance and support of network systems and applications for GP surgeries and hospitals.

He later became a technology journalist working for a range of business and consumer titles including Computing, PC Advisor, IT Week and PC Direct, eventually narrowing his focus to cover the networking, security and telecommunications markets.

Martin has a BA (Hons) degree in Ancient History and Archaeology from the University of Nottingham.