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Lockcode Cyber Security

Friday, 30 June 2017 from 14:00 to 16:00 (BST)

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South East Cyber Security Awareness and Networking Event   more info 30 Jun 2017 Free  

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South East Cyber Security Awareness

and Networking Event

 

FREE

 

Date: Friday 30th June

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Venue: Grand Central, Brighton, Surrey Street, BN1 3PA

Speakers:

Lockcode Cyber Security
Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)
Cyber Security Challenge


Sam Sanderson

Lockcode Cyber Security 
South East Cyber
Cyber Security Switch

Founder and Director

Sam has studied, volunteered and worked in the science, engineering and technology sectors for over 34 years and has over 18 years’ experience of advising defence, intelligence, central government, criminal justice, regulatory and law enforcement clients.

She is a NCSC/CESG Certified Professional Lead Security and Information Risk Advisor 

 

Steph Aldridge

Cyber Security Challenge

Cyber Centurion and Diversity Lead 

 

Since joining Cyber Security Challenge UK in January 2012, Steph has run many programmes and events. She arranged the Masterclass prize portfolio and set the agenda for the Talent Management group, where she showcased grass root networks and highlighted the troubles of those looking to enter the world of cyber security. These activities all combined to meet the core objective of strengthening pathways into industry and supporting a wider diversity of talent into the sector.

Steph has built a support community which bridges networks both in and outside of the cyber security industry including groups such as OWASP and Code First: Girls and BCS Women’s groups. She also arranges events specifically to tackle industry issues such as diversity, including the highly successful Cyber STEM Girls Days at the National Museum of Computing. In January 2016 Steph was invited by BCS Women’s Network Chair, Gillian Arnold to be the ‘cyber lead’ for the Women in Tech Super Group.

 

 

Robin Kennedy 

Knowledge Transfer Network 

Cyber Security/Personal Data & Trust

 

Bio To Follow 

 

 

 

We hope you can join us!

 

 


Do you have questions about SECyber: Meet the Knowledge Transfer Network and Cyber Security Challenge? Contact Lockcode Cyber Security

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The Nightingale Room
Grand Central
Surrey Street
BN1 3PA Brighton
United Kingdom

Friday, 30 June 2017 from 14:00 to 16:00 (BST)


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Lockcode Cyber Security

Lockcode Cyber Security sponsors and runs South East Cyber. Originally launched in November 2014 as the ‘Brighton Cyber Security Cluster’ we immediately expanded to Sussex and as registrations for events started appearing from across the South East Region, expansion to ‘South East Cyber’ was a natural progression.

Initially specialising in the defence and intelligence sector, Lockcode has supplied information and cyber security services to central Government, law enforcement and the criminal justice system since 2004. In 2015 and 2016 we also supplied the HMG-funded Cyber Security Small Business Champion. 

Lockcode's founder has over 34 years’ experience and education in science, technology and engineering with over 18 years’ experience delivering specialised and value-added Government and industry information and cyber security services.

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