The first ever Security Serious Week conference took place at the Department for Media Culture and Sport on the 3rd of October to kick off Security Serious Week. The morning consisted of three panel discussions on topics such as coping with the changing legal landscape, how UK’s top CISOs tackle security awareness and why it’s important to think like a hacker; followed by a presentation from “human lie detector” Jenny Radcliffe on protecting employees from social engineering.
The event was followed by a networking lunch sponsored by Mimecast.
The free conference was open to C-Suite professionals in the UK plc, of which we had 150 register to attend, and the Churchill room at the DCMS was packed to capacity!
Matt Hancock, the UK Minister of State for Digital Culture wrote a blog on the event here: http://dcmsblog.uk/2016/10/getting-serious-cybersecurity/
To get involved with conference next year, please contact Beth Smith 02071832843