We are looking for great speakers for our upcoming Cyber Re:coded event this October and are welcoming ideas for talks, panels and workshops from those across the industry. Was your journey into industry unique or exciting? Do you have a fascinating day job that the world should know about? Know what skills it takes to succeed in cyber? We need you!
Cyber Security Challenge UK has launched Cyber Re:coded – a European cyber security careers show, taking place on 15-16th October this year. Backed by HM Government, the event will see thousands of people visit Tobacco Dock in East London to meet prospective employers, seek careers advice and learn more about the amazing world of cyber security.
To help celebrate the launch of Cyber Re:coded, we are launching a national competition. We, in the cyber security industry, often find it hard to explain what cyber security is. We would like you to help us explain what we do to the world.
National Crime Agency
The NCCU leads the UK’s response to cyber crime, supports partners with specialist capabilities and coordinates the national response to the most serious of cyber crime threats.
Working closely with the Regional Organised Crime Units (ROCUs), the MPCCU (Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit), partners within Industry, Government and International Law Enforcement, the NCCU has the capability to respond rapidly to changing threats.
For more information: http://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/about-us/what-we-do/national-cyber-crime-unit
NCC Group is the place to start, grow and develop your career within the cyber security space – we are passionate about changing the shape of the Internet and making it safer. Our teams of specialists work hard to make the web faster…smarter…and ultimately safer. If this is up your street then NCC Group is the place for you.
For more information: https://www.nccgroup.trust/uk/about-us/careers/
Abertay University is based in the heart of Dundee, on the east coast of Scotland. We were the first university in the world to offer a degree in Ethical Hacking and remain unique thanks to the ‘offensive’ approach we take in our teaching – students learn to think like a hacker in order to tackle them.
Find out more: https://www.abertay.ac.uk/