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The National Museum of Computing

Bletchley Park

Bletchley

MK3 6EB

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Book launch, with lunch and a tour

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This will be your opportunity to hear from the authors of this sensational and thrilling book at the historical National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park taking place on the 17th February 2022.

Throughout the day you will hear from the authors detailing their vision behind writing the book, as well as having the opportunity to hear from the incredible Nicola Whiting MBE. During the lunch and networking break, you will be able to chat with our lunch sponsor, Identifi Global who are a Milton Keynes based UK leading Cyber Security and IT recruitment specialist. Once the day comes to a close, you will be able to roam the museum at your leisure and learn about the history behind the venue itself!

The format of the day is as follows:

11:00am: Arrival with tea and coffee

11:30am: Welcome from host* Peter and Jacqui

11:45am: Speaker 1 Peter – Talk about the book.

12:15pm: Book signing

12:45pm: Lunch & Networking- Sponsored By Identifi Global & Issured

13:30pm: Speaker 2 Nicola

14:00pm: Tour of the museum

15:00pm: Departure

Entry to the event is free of charge, and the authors of the book will be donating a portion of the royalties to charities supporting the education and protection of vulnerable young people and those with particular learning needs.

About this book:

Natasha Black is autistic and within the British Spy establishment is one of their most gifted employees seeing and finding the answers where others don’t. The first of three novels Black Ops Red Alert sees fate deliver a hand in releasing Natasha’s skills to fight the hidden dangers that lurk in shadowy corners of the world.

One thing is certain – her world will never be the same again.

Nicola Whiting

Nicola Whiting is co-owner of Titania Group, she is also Autistic, an Amazon best-selling author and is listed as one of the Top 30 most influential women working in cyber security. She received the UK’s inaugural “National Cyber Citizen Award” for her “outstanding contribution to the world of cyber security and protection” & was awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to International Trade and Diversity.

Peter Stuart Smith

Peter Stuart Smith an internationally published bestselling author primarily writing thrillers with a strong base in reality and real-world events. He writes in different genres using several noms de plume including James Barrington and James Becker. He’s been published by Macmillan, Penguin, Simon & Schuster and Transworld in the UK and by over a dozen publishers in other countries and has so far authored some 40 books. His website is www.JamesBarrington.com

Richard Benham

Richard Benham is best known globally as a pioneer in the world of Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Warfare. As an academic in 2014 he created the first MBA in Cyber Security that was launched at a cross party event at The House of Commons and received the personal support of the Prime MinIster.

In 2016 he formed the charity The Cyber Trust to help protect vulnerable groups using technology. In 2017 he was nominated for the UK Digital Leader of the Year for his Cyber4Schools initiatives which has been adopted nationally by the National Police Chiefs Council. He is a council member of The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, an Ambassador for The Diana Awards and the co-author of the Cyberstrike series.


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The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) is home to the world's largest collection of working historic computers.

Follow the development of computing: from the Turing-Welchman Bombe and Colossus of the 1940s through the large systems and mainframes of the 1950s, 60s and 70s, to the rise of personal computing and the rise of mobile computing and the internet.

Recognised as one of England’s top 100 ‘irreplaceable places’, we welcome corporate and group visits, schools and individuals from all over the world.

We are normally open Tuesday to Friday 10:30 -17:00, Saturday & Sunday 10:30 – 17:00. Please check tickets for actual opening days and times.

TNMOC operates independently of Bletchley Park Trust, although we are located on the Bletchley Park Estate.

To visit us, go through the main Bletchley Park entrance, through the barrier, walk or drive bearing left beyond the main car parks, to our separate entrance located at the top of the Park.

Visit their website here for more information.https://www.tnmoc.org/

 

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