As one of the UK's leading Universities in cybersecurity teaching and research, our network of cyber professionals spans far and wide. With the launch of this virtual event series, we're aiming to bring our connections, alongside their expertise, closer to you.
Join in as we link academics and industry experts to discuss the most prominent cybersecurity challenges currently being faced by businesses, governments and the everyday individual. Over the next few months, we'll be covering a variety of topics including business resilience, IoT, child safety and security, and diversity and talent within the profession.
Each live webinar provides the opportunity to engage in real-time with our guest speakers and to play a part in the conversation. With no pre-recorded content or presentation slides, prepare to be fully immersed in discussion bursting with informed perspectives and eye-opening insights.
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Lord Iain McNicol of West Kilbride (Non-Executive Director of Salad Money)
Mandy Haeburn-Little (CEO of Business Resilience International Management)
Steven Wilson (CEO of Cyber Defence Alliance)
Professor Karen Renaud (Lecturer in Cybersecurity at Abertay University)
Dr Ian Ferguson (Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity at Abertay University)
Ian Todd (IoT Practice Lead at BlackBerry)
Andy Bridden (IoT Expert at PA Consulting)
Cade Wells (Business Development Manager at CENSIS)
Chelsea Jarvie (Director of Neon Circle)
Tom Pendergast (Chief Learning Officer at MediaPRO: Cybersecurity & Privacy Education)
John Carr OBE (Internet Safety and Security Consultant)
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