Here are some cyber security opportunities you might be interested in:
Consultation on CyBOK (sorry for the short notice!)
We are pleased to announce that the Adversarial Behaviours and Secure Software Lifecycle KAs are now live on the CyBOK website (www.cybok.org) ready for public review. The public consultation period is due to end on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
Cyber VC Panel session at InfoSec
Andy Williams, CEO of Global Transatlantic, will be running a Cyber VC panel session each day at Infosec Europe (4th – 6th June) at which UK cyber start-ups can pitch their companies to a panel of high-profile cyber investors.
For more details or to apply for the opportunity to pitch please follow this link: https://www.infosecurityeurope.com/VCpanelpitch
Cyber 101 Business Skills Bootcamp
Free of Charge – apply before 15th May (sorry about the short notice!)
Location: Digital Catapult, 101 Euston Road, London, NW1 2RA
Date: 29 May 2019
Time: 09:00 – 17:30
Cyber 101: Business skills Bootcamps for cyber security startups and scaleups.
Digital Catapult wants to hear from cyber security companies that are interested in receiving mentorship, raising capital and accessing a wider network of public and private customers.
Successful applicants will receive tailored advice on a diverse range of topics linked to establishing and growing a successful cyber security business.
Background Cyber 101 is a national programme running from January 2017 – March 2021 as part of DCMS funded activity to grow the UK’s cyber security sector and the capability of cyber security startups and scaleups.
An intensive one-day Bootcamp: You’ll receive tutoring and tailored advice from industry experts on how to develop and scale up your cyber business.
Who should attend? Whether you are an established startup looking to refine your business proposition or a mature company seeking feedback and advice on your business, you are welcome to take a part in Cyber 101 Bootcamp.
We are interested in hearing from cyber security companies operating across all UK sectors with existing product or service offerings.
Why attend? Successful applicants will be invited to an intensive one-day workshop which is designed to help support cyber security enterprises hone their business skills in an open innovation environment. Topics will be followed by 1-to-1 mentoring sessions with the presenter, allowing startups and scaleups to build close connections with their peers as well as the mentors.
As an attendee, you will get a chance to:
- Receive tutoring and tailored expert advice on different topics. Topics include; development of an effective value proposition, market validation, sales and marketing techniques, international expansion, finance and capital and business models.
- Build new relationships with customers, partners and peers.
Furthermore, selected companies that successfully complete the workshop will be shortlisted for an annual Demo Day, which will provide a direct opportunity to pitch to potential customers and investors. The Demo Day will be facilitated by Inogesis (formerly VTC), The Accelerator Network and White Horse Capital.
Dates, times and locations Submit your application to Cyber 101 via the form below. The deadline to apply is Wednesday 15th May.
Places will be allocated to those with the most appropriate needs, expertise, services and products in line with the Open Call.
We aim to respond to all applications within 7 days of the call closing. However we will review applications on receipt and may allocate places before the closing date.
Successful applicants will be invited to a brief telephone interview to judge suitability. Please be advised that experts from the Cyber 101 team will assess applications using 3 criteria: fit to Cyber 101 requirements, domain expertise, and maturity. Assessment is based on application content only.
The event will be facilitated by Inogesis (formerly VTC), The Accelerator Network and White Horse Capital.
SSCS 2019: International Conference on System Safety and Cyber Security
21 – 22 October 2019 | IET London: Savoy Place
Contributions deadline: 15 June 2019
Showcase your latest work at the only UK conference covering both system safety and cyber security. We welcome contributions of both presentations and workshop sessions by 15 June.
This year’s themes are related to the safety and security challenges of applying emergent and new technologies in critical systems. Core topics are:
- AI/ML: how do you meet the safety and security challenges for critical systems?
- Cloud, multi-core and novel technologies in critical systems
- The challenges for Regulation, Certification and Accreditation of critical systems
- Vulnerabilities, threats and solutions to cyber security in safety-critical systems
- The human factors of cyber security and safety
Contributors who present their work at SSCS 2019 have the opportunity to be published in the IET Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Applications Journal (NB subject to peer review). All article processing charges ($2000 as standard) will be waived for the SSCS 2019 speakers.
IAAC Cyber Resilience Report and Workshop
The report of the first IAAC ‘Cyber Resilience’ workshop held at Shrivenham on 26th March has been published and available on the IAAC website.
The next workshop in the cyber resilience series will be held at the University of Manchester in central Manchester on 3rd June, 1100-1600. The precise location will be confirmed after registration, which can be done through email@example.com.
The workshop will follow on from a previous workshop held at the Defence Academy Shrivenham. There is no need to have attended the first workshop, to attend this event.
We will focus specifically on how businesses and communities can create and maintain an effective compliance eco-system for cyber resilience. We will examine a range of hard and soft approaches to encouraging and sustaining cyber resilience, from social marketing approaches to regulation and law. The workshop will also seek to clarify issues around achieving accountability in the face of growing cyber risk.
A wide spectrum of people from across the community of business, government, academic and third sectors are welcome. A series of panels will be run in which active participation through discussion and Q&A will be facilitated. We aim to write up a final report with actionable recommendations.
Discount to exhibit at the Festival of AI and Emerging Technology
CogX is offering UK Cyber Security Forum members a discount to exhibit at their festival in the Startup Village. CogX London Kings Cross 10th-12th June
Normally a place on the start up bench is £1,000 for the 3 day festival, but UK Cyber Security Forum members get a discount of 40%. For £600 you will get
- A Start Up Bench space
- Access to the Festival Networking App
- 2x tickets for your clients
To book please email Ray Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> and mention the code cogx19MFOI75%
Call for Papers – International Security Expo 2019
We invite you to submit a proposal for speaking on:
- Screening and Scanning
- Perimeter and Intrusion Detection
- CCTV and Surveillance
- Tracking and Monitoring
- Drone and Counter Drone Systems
(limited to one commercial company per conference)
- Global Counter Terrorism Summit
- Global Serious & Organised Crime Summit
- Cyber Security Conference
- Aviation and Transport Security Conference
- Crisis Management and Business Continuity Conference
- Protecting Crowded Places Conference
- Forensics Conference
- Serious & Organised Crime Conference
The proposals will be assessed on their suitability and content.
Submitting a proposal is no guarantee of having a slot allocated
Proposals should include:
- Proposed title
- Description outlining the proposed format and 3 – 4 bullet points (12 words max per point) of the key areas the session will address
- Name of proposed speaker, job title and organisation
- Speaker biography (max 50 words)
To submit a proposal, please go online to www.internationalsecurityexpo.com/whatson/conferences-workshops-briefings/commercial-speaker-enquiry-form-page
OR email us directly: email@example.com
Please note the closing date is 24th May 2019
Online Harms White Paper
A new ‘Online Harms’ White Paper has been recently published. The paper sets out the government’s plans to improve online safety measures that also supports innovation and a thriving digital economy. This paper covers legislative and non-legislative measures and aims to make companies more responsible for their users’ safety online, especially children and other vulnerable groups. You can view the Online Harms White Paper here.