National Cyber Security Centre
Registration opens for CYBERUK 2020
The UK Government’s flagship cyber security event CYBERUK 2020 has opened its doors for registration.
CYBERUK 2020, hosted by the National Cyber Security Centre, is now accepting applications to attend.
This year the event will be held at the ICC Wales, Newport (19 - 20 May) and will bring together government, academia and industry whilst offering unrivalled networking opportunities. Topics covered at the event will include attribution and countering the adversary; advances in quantum technologies, AI and the cloud; securing our connected lives from the Internet of Things to Smart Cities; defending democracy; and strengthening cyber resilience across government, Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), businesses and citizens.
CYBERUK brings together more than 2,500 delegates with a focus on ensuring a digital Britain leads the way when it comes to cyber resilience.
There is a dedicated registration page now available (external link) but for more information on how CYBERUK 2020 is shaping up please head to our dedicated CYBERUK hub on the NCSC website. We will be updating the latest sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and programme as and when details become available. You’ll also find helpful content such as the CYBERUK 2020 sponsorship brochure, travel and visit information and the latest e-bulletins.
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