CyberUK is being held at the ICC in Belfast from 18th – 19th April 2023. Alongside the main event a number of CyberUK fringe events are being held to help small organisations boost their cyber resilience and to help their business to stay secure online.
These events are open to small organiastions across Northern Ireland who are looking to improve their cyber security, understand the threat landscape and stay secure online. The Northern Ireland Cyber Security Centre (NISCS) and working in partnership with IASME, Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), to showcase free advice, resources, and tools to help small organisations to improve their resilient cyber security practices. These sessions will aim to;
- Showcase some of the new NCSC services and initiative that NCSC can offer to small organisations.
- Demonstrate tools that will help organisations prepare for a number of cyber incidents.
- Discuss the threat landscape for small organisations in 2023.
- Provide advice, resources and opportunities for businesses interested in cyber security.
This free event will take place on Wednesday 19th April & Thursday 20th April 2023. The agenda will be released shortly. These sessions will be held close by to the main CyberUK event. These sessions will follow as such;
Session 1: Wednesday 19th April – 09:00-12:00
Session 2: Thursday 20th April – 09:00-12:00
Session 3: Thursday 20th April – 12:20-15:30
Sign up here to register your interest and choose which day/days you wish to attend.
Theses event will be limited to 30 spaces per session. Once you have registered your interest, NCSC will be in contact to let you know if you have been successful securing a space.
Registration will close on Tuesday 7th March at 5pm.