Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th March 2015
The Macron Stadium, Bolton
The Cyber Security Conference 2015 is a coming together of the North of England’s two most successful Cyber Security Conferences; BEC Information & Data Security Conference and Lancaster University’s North West Cyber Security Conference.
Monday 9th December 2013, 0900-1630
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster
The Cyber Security Conference this year is exploring the business opportunities that relate to the cyber security market with a focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities. The increasing use of "Smart Technologies" to augment our daily lives, from smart metering to intelligent cars, exposes individuals and new organisations to new and diverse threats. Therefore we must ensure that our businesses are ready to defend against these threats, but will also be able to take advantage of...
Friday the 19th October, Lancaster University Conference Centre
The Future of Security and Protection Science Conference is bringing together academics, businesses and other ogranisations in order to discuss how what we are doing now will shape the way we see security and protection in the future.
William Knowles Security Lancaster
Wednesday 3rd July 2013, 0900-1630
As part of its knowledge transfer and professional development activities, CREST - the professional body representing the ethical security testing and incident response industry - is introducing CRESTx, a spin-off from its flagship conference CRESTCon.
Cyber Security is a significant concern for companies of all sizes trying to protect their bottom line. This regional event will focus on helping you develop ways in which your business will be able to flourish and protect itself in online digital commerce.
By attending this event you can meet with Security experts from Industry and Academia and learn how Cyber Security relates to your business.
Cyber security has been identified by the UK government as a key threat that businesses of all sizes will face over the coming years.
In response, InfoLab21 hosted a regional Cyber Security Conference in partnership with the ICT KTN on 19 September 2011 to help businesses think about how to respond to this threat.
The Cyber Security Conference 2011 provided delegates with the opportunity to hear from leading academics from across Lancaster University's Faculty of Science and Technology, keynote speeches from Tony Dyhouse, Daniel Hunt and Stuart Coulson and a range of exhibitions and break out sessions showcasing cyber security prowess and research.