#1231556: UK Cyber Defence and Network Security (CDANS) Conference - London 29 – 31 Jan 2019.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) reports around 60 ‘high-level’ cyber-attacks on the UK a month, many of which threatens national security and cost the government an estimated cost of $30Bn per year. As the UK moves towards the final phase of its $2Bn National Cyber Security Strategy, a renewed surge in cyber investment from military and government fuelled by new threats and a new approach to cyber defence operations, has solidified the UK as a centre for cyber security excellence.
With senior commanders and decision makers from across the UK, Europe and the US coming together in London next year, the CDANS conference has been developed to provide a combined solution to the critical question in future cyber security: How will we be attacked?
As BRI Business Risk Intelligence GmbH (Brica) has a very credible offering for this market, I’d be keen to discuss your involvement in more detail, either tomorrow or early next week. Please let me know a time that works for you, or call me directly on +44 (0) 207 368 9300.
Some of those already confirmed and looking to meet with solution providers at this conference include:
Air Commodore Tim Neal-Hopes, C4ISR Jt User, British Army
Colonel Ian Hargreaves, Head of Cyber Defensive Operations, British Army
Ben Russell, National Cyber Crime Unit Head of Threat Response (Intelligence & Strategy) National Cyber Crime Unit, National Crime Agency
Donald Heckman, Principal Director, Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity, US DoD
LtCol D. Francisco Marín Gutiérrez, Head Of Operations EMAD- Command Of Cyber Defence, Spanish MoD
David Perlman, Research Intelligence Analyst, Twitter
Curtis Dukes, Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist, Center for Internet Security
Brigadier General Juergen Brotz, Chief, Military Intelligence, Bundeswehr
Major General John B. Morrison, Commanding General, US Army Cyber Center Of Excellence
Paul Pittelli, Director, Capabilities Development Group, US Cyber Command
Mr John Gwinnup, Cyber Threat Analyst, NATO Intelligence Fusion Centre
Major Mike Klipstein, PhD, Research Scientist and Outreach Deputy, US Army Cyber Institute
|Date added||Oct. 3, 2018, 3:24 p.m.|
|Venue||London, Jan. 29, 2019, midnight - Jan. 31, 2019, midnight|