Please visit the Auditorium on the day of the EXPO to listen to the below exhibitor speaking sessions
The below speaker videos are available to view at their session time and then on demand at any time afterwards
National Crime Agency (NCA)
Mike Hulett, Head of National Crime Cyber Unit (NCCU)
Careers and opportunities at the National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU)
Peak Cyber Institute
The Simple 5-Step Strategy To Land Your Dream Cyber Security Job
(even if you are a complete beginner!)
6-Figure Salaries, Job Satisfaction and Beyond
Chris Ensor, NCSC Deputy Director Cyber Growth
Opening up career opportunities through CyberFirst and Academia
CyberFirst has a 90+% success rate at helping students and industry fill cyber security job roles. This session will explain how the bursary scheme works for both students and industry and how you can get involved. We will also touch on our certified bachelor and masters programme.
University of Essex | Online
Dr Nkaepe Olaniyi, Head of Computing at University of Essex Online
Discover computing at University of Essex Online
University of Essex Online delivers 100% online and part-time Masters degrees, PG Dips and PG Certs in Computer Science and Cyber Security. Check out their pre-recorded presentation for more information on their programmes.
Patrick Aylmer – Founder, Learning People
Careers in cyber security in 2021
An overview of the current cyber security climate, the effect of the pandemic and how to start a career in cyber security with online training from Learning People.
Cyrin Cyber Range
Discover Virtual Online Training at CYRIN
Steve Schneider, one of the engineers here at CYRIN, takes you through three videos that introduce you to the training, history and courses available on CYRIN. First he gives you a brief overview with an introductory video of CYRIN. Next he takes you into an actual demonstration of a realistic Denial of Service Attack (DoS) in one of our virtual platforms, as described by Dr. Rob Joyce and Vic Thomas, two of CYRIN’s senior engineers. Last, but not least, he talks about Kevin Cardwell, one of the pre-eminent cyber speakers and trainers in the world. Steve describes for you Kevin’s first full-length course on CYRIN (along with a brief video that details the course) as well as two upcoming courses Kevin will deliver and teach this year. Finally he closes with some thoughts and key takeaways on CYRIN. See more at https://cyrin.atcorp.com/ and/or test drive CYRIN for free at https://cyrin.atcorp.com/testdrive1/
The below speaker sessions are available on demand in the auditorium at any time during the event
Autism Plus Employment Support
Dawn Jones, Specialist Training Facilitator
Employment Support for Neurodiverse Individuals
Session Brief: This session will cover how to support Neurodiverse individuals into employment and apprenticeships. Providing information and advice on how to recruit and support Neurodiverse individuals as well as how to access external support. We will also provide an insight into appropriate reasonable adjustments, how to request these as well as an overview of support available from Autism Plus for Neurodiverse employees and apprentices.
Cyber Security Challenge UK
Dr Robert Nowill (Chairman, Cyber Security Challenge UK) and Dr Jessica Barker (Co-CEO, Cygenta)
Pursuing a career in cyber security – bring your unique self
Dr Bob Nowill and Dr Jessica Barker explain the wide variety of opportunities in cyber security, the great demand for diverse backgrounds and experience in one of the fastest growing industries, as well as the many routes into rewarding and lucrative roles located all around the country.
MD Chris Dunning-Walton
InfoSec People – A pathway to Cyber
Managing Director of InfoSec People and Director of Cynam, Chris Dunning-Walton, offers some tips and tricks in starting a career in the cyber industry.
ISACA London Chapter
Stav Pischits and Monica Meade
Introduction to ISACA London Chapter
Who we are, What we do, and the benefits for members and students
University of East London
Mike Kretsis & Gaurav Malik
Teaching Cyber Security to Undergraduate Students during Lockdown