Secure South West 7, Plymouth 5th October 2016

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Securious are delighted to sponsor the Seventh Secure South West event to be held at Plymouth University on the 5th October 2016.

The event is  jointly organised by Plymouth University and Plymouth City Council, and is supported by the south west branches of BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT; the Institute of Information Security Professionals; and South West WARP.

These events give organisations in the south west an opportunity to access expertise and to benefit from industry knowledge without having to travel outside of the region. The presentations and discussions are always relevant and informative and help raise awareness around best practice in the region. The panel discussion at the event is “Can’t get the staff: Considering the need for Cyber Security Skills.”

Speakers

There are six presentations by experts from industry and academia, followed by a panel session as follows.

Reducing the Underlying Risk – Trustworthy Software
Ian Bryant, Chief Operating & Technical Officer (Trustworthy Software Foundation)
Data protection: security in a changing landscape
Victoria Cetinkaya, Senior Policy Officer (?Information Commissioner’s Office)
An Architectural Approach to Enterprise Security
Craig Douglas, Enterprise Architect and Paul Ferrier, Enterprise Security Architect (Plymouth University)
Stand and deliver! Your money or your files!
David Emm, Principal Security Researcher (Kaspersky)
Cyber security in the public sector
John Finch, Information Governance Manager (Plymouth City Council)
Cybersecurity Breaches Survey
David Fyson, Economic Adviser, Cyber Security and Resilience (?Department for Culture, Media and Sport)
PANEL: Can’t get the staff: Considering the need for Cyber Security Skills

A full biography of speakers is available

Previous events

Previous Secure South West events are very well attended and can be viewed at Secure South West website which includes videos of previous speakers on a diverse range of subjects relating to cyber security.

All events have been of very high quality and are a ‘must’ for any one interested in updating their knowledge.

To find out more visit Secure South West

Registration is free to delegates but there is an option to make a voluntary option of £30 towards event costs which includes refreshments and lunch.

 

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