RANT is hosting a one of a kind forum at Cyber Re:coded in partnership with Cyber Security Challenge UK. This forum will bring together cyber security professionals and the next generation, whist still maintaining that classic forum feel. So, register now for the chance to join in with lively discussions and the opportunity to meet the next generation of RANTer’s!
“Cyber Skills Gap or oversimplified, sensationalist headline?”
-What would be valid for school curriculum
-Universities – are courses practical enough
-What degree do you need to start in cyber (if at all)
-How should employers make skills required more transparent for entry level positions – how can they be helping young talent? Should they be exposing how secure a job in security could be to entice young people to consider it?
Interested, book now!
The RANT Forums provide the opportunity for Disruptive Debate, Open Discussion & Networking for influential cybersecurity and information security professionals from end-user organisations. The panel talks are followed by a long, relaxed networking opportunity for all members to discuss and debate relevant Information Security related issues with like-minded individuals.
Launched over nine years ago, the RANT forums have become very popular and quickly become oversubscribed. The topics are always stimulating and controversial. The events are held under The Chatham House Rule and are the perfect opportunity for the InfoSec community to talk about the real issues the industry faces and freely share their own experiences and opinions throughout the discussions and the networking.
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