There are a little more than four weeks left until this year Cybersecurity Festival is conducted; a three-day hybrid event that brings together IT professionals to learn, collaborate and tackle the biggest challenges for technology security.

Day 1 is held on Thursday, June 9 at London’s IEC Savoy Place where we will be joined by industry experts to discuss topics such as prevention by cleaning up the cyber environment and moving to a defensive approach to cybersecurity through Internet weapons. Delegates will also be able to discuss how to respond to an attack and how to recover from it.

To ensure that you get the most out of your day out of the office, attendees will also have the opportunity to attend roundtables to dive really deep into key cybersecurity issues. Speakers include Kiaran Martinfirst CEO of the National Cyber ​​Security Center; Hannah Darleyhead of threat research at Darktrace; Ben Jenkins, Director of Cybersecurity at Threatlocker; and Ian HillDirector of Cyber ​​Security at BGL Group.

Next week, on June 15 and 16, we will provide a fun and immersive digital live experience from ComputerCovent Garden Studio. Industry professionals will be able to attend virtually to learn from new cyber cases, industry discussions and deep dives by practitioners. During the two days we will look at some of the key topics from the first day, such as IoT and its effect on cybersecurity, coverage of neurodiversity in the workplace, the human side of cybersecurity and more.

We will join us during the two virtual days Dr. Emma Philpott MBEFounder of the United Kingdom Cyber ​​Security Forum; Mark Healysenior cybersecurity engineer of the South Yorkshire Police; Max PrugerRapidFire GRC Compliance Manager; Clare RossoChief Executive Officer of (ISC) ²; Anna Brailsford, CEO of Code First Girls; and Manuj SarpalChief Technical Officer of GraniteShares.

To book a free seat for a delegate, please visit the website.

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