How to create a strong security culture in your organisation
- Developing effective security awareness campaigns - 10% discount for delegates
- Date and location
- 9 November 2020
3-5 November 2020, online
Join us online for our fifth annual security conference. This year we will explore how an all staff approach can steer your journey to a cyber aware future.
Cyber security affects us all and everybody has a role to play - from network and security specialists to teaching and learning practitioners. Working together we can effectively safeguard colleagues, students and customers, infrastructure and your reputation.
A lack of awareness around cyber security is one of the key reasons why an organisation will suffer a data breach - it just takes one wrong click.
This event will equip you with the practical advice and guidance needed to implement a whole team culture shift toward a cyber secure workplace.
Connect with the most forward-thinking industry specialists showcasing their very latest equipment, services, innovations and technologies.
Throughout the conference you’ll have plenty of virtual exhibition networking opportunities. The exhibition is open from 9:00 each day, so log on early to engage with leading sector experts who can support your security posture.
If you'd like to sponsor or exhibit at the 2020 security conference 2020 email email@example.com to find out more about the opportunities available.
We're holding this free specialist workshop, especially for security conference delegates on Monday 2 November.
Designed by HM Government, the course will give you an introduction to the Prevent strategy and an individual’s role in safeguarding vulnerable people.
Working together we can effectively safeguard colleagues, students and customers, infrastructure and your reputation.
Alongside the security conference, our first annual cyber awareness week includes a programme of targeted courses and supporting feature articles to help you learn how to identify risks and keep yourself and your organisation safe online.