MP Ed Vaizey to present at BCS Hackfe5t event in Oxford
Wantage MP Ed Vaizey is to present at Hackfe5t, a new, bi-annual cyber safety event at Mansfield College, University of Oxford Thursday 15 December.
The event entitled ‘The role of insurance in managing cyber risk - the limits of liability’ is being hosted by the BCS Internet Specialist Group, part of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and KLipcorp IP, who are experts in digital IP protection and cybersecurity.
Howard Gerlis, Chair of the BCS Internet Specialist Group says: “This event will be a great opportunity for all those concerned with being cyber safe to discuss new developments, share ideas and network. We welcome anyone interested to come along and share views about this important topic.”
Ed Vaizey MP and BoxingGuru, a former IP pirate and hacker, will be presenting at the event alongside representatives from the Police and the University of Abertay.
Event details: Hackfe5t - ‘The role of insurance in managing cyber risk - the limits of liability’
Date: 15 December 2016
Venue: Mansfield College, Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TF
Time: Event start 14.00 - Finish at 17.00
Cost: The event is free of charge to attend
For more information and to apply for a place: Hackfe5t
BCS Internet Specialist Group is a forum for Internet and IT professionals. It provides presentations, meetings, events and resources on Internet technology and all aspects of its application. For more information about BCS Internet Specialist Group visit: BCS Internet Specialist Group
About KLipcorp IP
The KLipcorp IP team is a combination of intellectual property and IT professionals combined with graduates in ethical hacking and specialist lawyers.
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