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Next Generation Cyber

Wednesday, 20 March 2024 | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM GMT

Cantor, 153 Arundel Street Sheffield City Centre S1 2NT

Event Details

This event is a fantastic opportunity for knowledge exchange and interaction between academia, students and industry, aiming to create an interactive environment for building fruitful partnerships. However, this event is not exclusive – anyone can attend to acquire knowledge and develop their expertise!

Each YCSC chapter is dedicated to making cyber security opportunities more accessible to everyone in Yorkshire. This strategic expansion ensures that no one misses out, bringing tailored events right to your doorstep. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t attend from afar! Everyone is welcome, regardless of location.

Event Overview:

Morning session – Cantor Atrium (ground floor)

Final year cyber security undergraduate students at Sheffield Hallam University will be showcasing their final year projects as poster presentations. You will be able to view and discuss the students’ posters, as well as participate in quickfire talks. There will also be prizes for the best student poster presentations.

Lunch & Learn, Networking

Afternoon session – Room 9135 (first floor)

Join YCSC in welcoming Melanie Oldham OBE, Founder of Bob’s Business & Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster Chair, and Stephen Hack, Head of Vulnerability Operations at HSBC.

Prepare to be captivated by their insightful talks and engaging participation in a dynamic panel discussion!

Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster

The Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster is a professional network of cyber security practitioners and those with an interest in the industry, created as part of the UK Cyber Security Forum to help cyber security experts and organisations across the region to collaborate and build a stronger standard of cyber security as part of a knowledge exchange collective.

The cluster’s role is to support, inspire, and work collaboratively with cyber security professionals to strengthen the regional cyber security ecosystem.

1. Establishing as an authentic leader in the cyber security industry.

2 . Developing a strong committed community membership.

3. Supporting local economy.

4. Defining, developing and supporting achievable pathways.

5. Achieving sustainable fundings.

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