H-Net Translation, a UK-Hungarian company who originally set out to improve the language competences of the armed forces in Hungary, assisting NATO officers with their language needs, and then grew into an international organisation, now work with around 31 languages, working across the international language market.

On the 2nd October 2018 Susanna Toth, owner and director of H-net presented a major business event, where more than 50 international likeminded business company owners and leaders at least from 15 different business sectors.

“At Bridgehead-NOTworking™ International Business, people from various Industry sectors meet in London.  This occasion was no different: 54 business people from around the world met to establish and develop contacts while exchanging views and establishing bridgeheads with Central Eastern European markets”.

Our CEO, Richard Bingley, Geoff Hudson-Searle (Advisory Council Member) and Graeme McGowan (Advisory Council Member) had the honour of attending this innovative event, presenting insightful lectures on data phishing, data access and protection.


Richard Bingley, CEO of the Global Cyber Academy said “It was a privilege to address this forum, a mix of UK and global businesses.”

This was an incredibly inspiring and worthwhile event, and the Global Cyber Academy recognises the work of H-Net, as well as the talents and expertise of those who attended. We have also invited Susanna Toth onto our advisory council, and we look forward to a productive partnership going forward.