Last week, we had the pleasure of exhibiting at the National Cyber Security Show in Birmingham at the NEC!
The event was focused on bringing together the UK’s industry expertise to tackle cyber threats and protect our digital world. UK Cyber Cluster Collaboration (UKC3), along with members from our regional cyber cluster network attended to help encourage the knowledge sharing across the private, public and academic sectors.
As a super connector, UKC3 and its 13 officially recognised clusters host events that educate and encourage networking across Scotland, England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Our members share the clusters’ determination in encouraging ecosystem development, community innovation, and cyber security growth.
Firstly, The National Cyber Security Show offered attendees the chance to attend live demonstrations and workshops. Our very own Linda Smith, Chair and Director of UKC3, gave an insightful talk on the importance of UKC3 and why the UK cyber security sector needs a super connector. In the rapidly-evolving world of cyber, where new threats surface constantly, staying up-to-date with the latest risks and countermeasures is essential. This necessitates collaboration and knowledge-sharing among industry players. With cyber being a fast-paced, ever-changing sector, working together becomes even more critical to staying ahead of the curve. By giving members of the private, academic, and public sectors a chance to network and collaborate, UKC3 encourages growth in knowledge across the UK.
The Birmingham event was a fantastic example of the importance of networking and being a part of the greater cyber ecosystem, regardless of where you are in your career. As the cyber security industry continues to advance, the conference program provided an opportunity to engage with the leading themes in the industry, learn about advancing innovations, and discover the initiatives being developed to combat cyber threats
Attending the National Cyber Security Show is an absolute must if you want to stay on top of the latest cyber security products, solutions and services and understand where the market is heading. It’s the pulse of the industry, and we encourage everyone to be a part of it.
We hope you enjoyed learning about our experience at the National Cyber Security Show in Birmingham. We’re excited to continue connecting with those who attended our stand and those who are attending the rest of this year’s conferences across the UK – Infosecurity Europe is up next!
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