CyNam 20.2 – The Changing Scene of Cyber
It was an action-packed day for the CyNam team and our community as we headed to the DRPG studios in Worcester to deliver our very first, socially distanced virtual event – CyNam 20.2 – The Changing Scene of Cyber. Going virtual meant that an opportunity arose to engage with the wider community outside of Cheltenham, which was a goal from the outset.
During these uncertain times, the topic “The Changing Scene of Cyber” spurred on a remarkable set of conversations from industry thought leaders around a range of topics pertaining to the current climate and the impact it has had on cybersecurity, not only for businesses but for opportunities in our field in terms of education, public sector and innovation. With over 800 attendees joining the event, it was clear that this topic was front of mind for the cyber community.
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Madeline Howard, Socio-Technical Engagement Manager
Senior representative, NCSC
Gold sponsor: Capita
Ripjar is a data intelligence company that transforms global institutions ability to manage strategic, evolving risks that threaten the growth and prosperity of society. Ripjar delivers software products that overcome the growing challenges of tackling criminal behaviour in the information age; combining artificial intelligence, data fusion and data visualisation to scale resources and improve the effectiveness of organisations that are tackling complex risk and security problems including money laundering, terrorism and cyber attacks.
Silver sponsor: Lorca
The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) supports the most promising cybersecurity innovators in scaling solutions to meet industry’s biggest challenges, while building the UK’s international cybersecurity profile. They do this by delivering bespoke programmes and convening cybersecurity innovators, investors, academics, industry experts, sister programmes and the international community. LORCA is a joint collaboration between Plexal, CSIT and Deloitte. It’s funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport as part of the National Cyber Security Strategy.
Bronze sponsor: Sopra Steria
Sopra Steria are a European leader in digital transformation providing one of the most comprehensive portfolios of end to end service offerings on the market: Consulting, Systems Integration, Software Development, Infrastructure Management and Business Process Services.