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Cyber Security Cluster - 30th March 6pm - Engine Shed Bristol
Thu 30 March 2017, 18:00 – 20:30 BST
The second Bath & Bristol Area Cyber Security Cluster is coming to the Engine Shed, Bristol, and we hope that you can make it.
After a great turn-out for February's cluster we hope that you will come along to the next event on March 30th - unusually a Thursday evening - for talks by the NCSC and lots of other fun.
6:15pm Introductions and Bristol and Bath Cyber Security Cluster updates
6:30pm The National Cyber Security Centre - Head of Innovation Development for UK Government
7:00pm Zephyr Focus and Challenges - Detective Inspector Ed Heath, South West Regional Organised Crime Unit
7:30pm AoB and Networking
Special thanks to the Engine Shed for their support in with this event!
Other news: Our site is now live https://www.bbccybercluster.com let us know what you think and any other suggestions.
Who will benefit from attending?
Attending is free, as is membership. The UK Cyber Security Forum recommends the following criteria. That your company:
1. Has fewer than 250 employees
2. Has an annual turnover of less than £50 Million
3. Is actively involved in cyber security.
Equally your organisation could consider itself as a partner who collaborates with forum members on cyber security related projects, and contracts services/ acquire goods/ supply products or services to and from forum members. Please contact us at the email below if you have any queries.
Core Members are sole traders and SMEs (250 staff or less) actively working in cyber security and tend to have capability in one or more of the following areas:
◦Vulnerability analysis, testing and technical system certification
◦Forensics, data analysis, intelligence and recovery
◦Surveillance and counter surveillance
◦Control Systems, SCADA security
◦Governance, risk management, assurance and certification
◦Managed services (SOC, monitoring, protection, recovery)
◦Cyber security solutions (crypto, software, hardware, middleware)
◦Cyber security and information assurance training and education
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Engine Shed is located right next to Bristol Temple Meads railway station which has links to local, national and international transport.
Cycling: There is ample on-street cycle parking at the front of the building, in the forecourt in front of the Cafe on Station Approach. The national cycle network is connected directly to the rear entrance of Temple Meads Station. There are showers and lockers, if you need.
Train: There are two main stations in Bristol – Temple Meads and Parkway. The Engine Shed is located minutes from the front entrance to Temple Meads so that’s the easy option – and there are regular train connections from Bristol Parkway. From Temple Meads station exit via the main entrance – where the taxi rank is – and take the pavement to your right. Continue walking towards the main road and the entrance to Engine Shed is on your right.
Car: The Engine Shed strongly recommends that you use public transport, your feet or two wheels, but if you need to come by car there are numerous car parks within very easy walking distance. Try the Travel West car park finder with our postcode BS1 6QH.
Park & Ride: There are three Park and ride services that operate in and Bristol and all have stops near Temple Meads station.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org