CyberUK is the UK government’s most important cyber security event.
This year it showcased the latest cyber security research from around the UK and abroad, to an audience of around 2000 people.
CYBERUK was organized by the GCHQ via the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). There was a strong line up of world-class cyber security speakers. The […]
The RITICS Spring Showcase took place successfully on 15th April 2019 at the National Cyber Security Centre, Nova South, London. Around a hundred delegates were there drawn from industry, academia and government, and the meeting showcased the best research from the research projects that have just got under way funded as part of the second […]
The Cybersecurity in Industry conference took place at De Montfort University in Leicester on 28th February 2019. It was run as part of De Montfort’s CyberWeek, and was an event organised jointly by RITICS and De Montfort. There were keynote talks by Tony B of the National Cybersecurity Centre on ‘How to prevent a Category […]
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt visits Professor Chris Johnson’s cybersecurity group at Glasgow University
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The Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt visited Glasgow University’s cybersecurity group, run by RITICS-funded Professor Chris Johnson.
He met Chris, and viewed a demo by Marco Cook, one of Chris’s PhD students. Marco ran an attack demo as Jeremy watched, overloading the […]
The Information Exchange Conference took place between 13th and 15th February 2019 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham University.
It included a Cabinet Office session and a Case Study on a CNI Chemical Company, as well as a series of Snappy Chats on various topics. There were also talks from NCSC and CPNI. There were […]
The Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS) Research Workshop and Networking Event took place on Thursday 31 January 2019 at the University of Surrey.
The purpose of the workshop was to bring together experts from industry, academia and government to identify challenges and opportunities for cyber security research in core domains of space systems and technologies.
Hundreds of millions of pounds are spent on healthcare technology in the UK every year. Digital health is becoming increasingly important, with the imminent launch of the NHS App, and the advent of Bring Your Own Device in healthcare. To add to this, we have a huge variety of technology in use in the NHS, […]
National Cyber Security Centre runs successful event for the Industrial Control Systems Community of Interest
Over 150 people drawn from industry, government and academia came to the first Industrial Control Systems Community of Interest event, held at Nova South, London. A keynote talk from cyber-security company FireEye highlighted the ingenious techniques that criminals and state actors use in launching cyber-attacks. They described a detailed forensic analysis of one such attack, […]