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28 - 29 November 2018 Grand Hall, Olympia, London

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28 - 29 November 2018
Grand Hall, Olympia, London

Securing a nation in cyberspace is a crucial role of any modern state. Protecting citizens, infrastructure and economic prosperity requires a decisive effort from government, academia and industry.

The Assistant Secretary General of NATO will outline NATO’s Cyber Defence Programme in our Global Counter Terrorism Conference, along with the National Cyber Security Centre, exploring policy and global collaboration to better protect nations.

Cyber Security & Intelligence is a central focus at UK Security Expo 2017

CyberOn the show floor a ‘New’ dedicated Cyber Conference Theatre will sit alongside a techUK Pavilion where government and industry capability providers (Primes and SMEs) will tackle challenges required to improve cyber resilience including:

  • Insider Threats: malicious, mules, human error and need for better training
  • Internet of Things: a better connected world that creates more avenues of attack
  • Artificial Intelligence: risks posed by automation, machines responding to security threats plus autonomous vehicles
  • Network Security
  • Integrity Assurance
  • Responding to an Attack
  • Business Continuity



The Cyber Security conference will provide an overview of the current and future threat landscape, explore the convergence between
physical and cyber and look at what organisations need to be doing
to be cyber resilient.

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  • Keynote: Overview of current cyber threat landscape-

    Steven Wilson, Head, European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol

  • Delivering the cyber security strategy 1 year on--

    Mark Sayers, Deputy Director, Cyber and Government Security,
    Cabinet Office

  • Cyber knows no borders – Global co-operation and the role of the Global Cyber Alliance-

    Philip Reitinger, President, Global Cyber Alliance

  • Identifying and managing the insider threat-

    Troels Oerting, CISO, Barclays



The best technologies, training and consultancy solutions for cyber security in the Cyber Threats and Capabilities workshop. Privacy and encryption, compromised credentials, IA Inside, DMARC and cloud computing are just some of the topics that will be covered.

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12TH OCTOBER 2017 -  8.00AM-11.30AM

HQS Wellington, Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PN

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Gain insights into what you can be doing to protect yourself and ensure your business is cyber resilient. Chaired by Philip Ingram, Editor in Chief at UK Security Expo confirmed speakers include: Barrie Millett, Head of Group Security, Wesleyan and former Group Head of Security e.ON Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Cyber Analysis, Dark Trace Verner Parke, Vice President Cyber Security Services, CGI UK Brian Higgins, Business Development Manager, ISC[2] Dr Rachel Anne Carter, Managing Director, Carter Insurance Innovations Limited Cabinet office speaker.

Click below to view the full agenda and to register to attend:

Cyber Spotlight Briefing

In the wings there will be opportunities to discuss topics of the moment such as what are the legal issues surrounding state on state on state cyber warfare and should the government have automatic access to encrypted communications?

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