Jisc security conference 2022
7-8 November, ICC Wales
9 November, online
Defend as one to improve your security posture
Security should be at the top of every staff member’s agenda, and this year’s security conference provided you with an in-depth programme to tackle this need head-on.
Your organisation’s online security is the responsibility of every member of your team. A holistic approach is required and everyone has their part to play.
Through working together and employing the latest security practices we can effectively safeguard colleagues, infrastructure and your reputation.
The question is, are you prepared for when it happens?
The harsh reality is, it’s not a question of if, but when… If you’ve avoided the attention of cyber criminals so far, you should expect an attack at some point.
We came together as a community to hear the latest information and advice on staying secure from members, Jisc and industry experts at this year’s security conference.
Keynote speakers 2022
Head of cyber innovation and scouting, Airbus Operations Ltd.
Matilda will give the opening keynote on day one.
Professor of data science and cyber security, Cardiff University
Pete will give the opening keynote on day one.
Account director, KHIPU Networks
Dave will give the keynote for KHIPU on day one.
Head of technical pre-sales and dev ops, KHIPU Networks
Larisa will give the keynote for KHIPU on day one.
Director of information services division (interim) and CISO, UCL
Sarah will give the opening keynote on day two.
Associate pro vice-chancellor and chief information officer, University of West London
Adrian will give the opening keynote on day two.
Head of IT services, Runshaw College
Alex will be on the keynote panel on day two.
Director of government, Fortinet UK
Chris will give the keynote for Fortinet on day two.
Deputy director cyber assessments, NCSC
Tasha will give the opening keynote on day three.
Chief security advisor, Tanium
Zac will give the keynote for Tanium on day three.