2nd - 7th October 2017

Great Malvern, UK

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Cyber Security & AI


Themed Symposium

Thursday 5th October 2017 (all day)

Malvern Theatres, Great Malvern, WR14 3HB

We do so much using computer technology that cybersecurity has become a household term. But artificial intelligence (AI) is around the corner, impacting not just our lives in cyberspace, but also our lives in the real world...

GU UKCSF 50pxhThe session will showcase cutting-edge developments from some of the UK's fastest growing and most advanced cyber security SMEs alongside thought provoking insights from multinational experts in the field. Symposium organised in collaboration with the UK Cyber Security Forum CIC.


The exhibition and symposium are free for all to attend, but please register in advance as places are limited.



European Cyber Security Month

ECSM is the EU’s annual advocacy campaign that takes place in October and aims to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and provide up to date security information, through education and sharing of good practices.

@CyberSecMonth, #CyberSecMonth



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Subject to change, and further updates will follow. Please register to exhibit.

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BAE Systems is a leading supplier of cyber, intelligence, and security capabilities to government agencies, and a growing supplier of cyber and network security capabilities to commercial customers. Growing rapidly, the company is looking for security cleared engineers, consultants and delivery professionals to join their team. [Stand TBC]



Bob’s Business is a cyber security awareness company on a mission to help you bridge the knowledge gap between IT and end users. They specialise in delivering security awareness and education in an innovative way that engages the user and results in a culture change within the workforce. [Stand TBC]


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CySure offers a Virtual Online Security Officer (VOSO) that is fully conversant with US Government’s NIST and UK Government’s Cyber Essentials (CE) standards. CySure’s VOSO is continually aware of your security status, providing plain-speaking reports against cyber-security best practice to ensure compliance throughout your organization

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D-RisQ has built an expert team of consultants, analysts and implementers to “change the way the world develops software” by bringing advanced automated software development tools to safety critical, security critical and business critical systems developers. [Stand TBC]

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Fortitude offer intelligence-led, AI-enabled cyber defence and resilience. [Stand TBC]

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IASME is one of the four Cyber Essentials accreditation bodies appointed by the UK Government. Together with their Certification Body companies, they can certify you to the Cyber Essentials scheme required for many government tenders. They also offer the IASME Governance standard which, based on international best practice, is risk-based and includes aspects such as physical security, staff awareness, and data backup. [Stand TBC]


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LineOn supports you in securing your entire system. Their speciality is the security of information and information systems, but they are also capable of finding the best products for your business and implementing them through their team of experts. [Stand TBC]

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LuJam offers a subscription based security service priced attractively for SMEs. It is complementary to firewalls and anti-virus software, detecting otherwise uncovered security threats including those associated with IoT devices. A sensor audits, reports and alerts on network activity, provides visibility of unauthorised devices, the use of cloud services and blocks access to high-risk areas of the Internet. [Stand TBC]

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The Malvern Cyber Security Cluster is a group of small / medium cyber security companies centred around Malvern in Worcestershire, cooperating on a range of initiatives to grow their businesses. [Stand TBC]


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Nimbox provide the most secure file collaboration and storage tools available to the enterprise. Integral to this remains their ability to custom-build their own software and equipment—hosted and administered in the UK—giving full control over their platform. [Stand TBC]


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Omniscope goes behind the scenes of deep web social media and darknet networking, tapping into open, closed and hidden online communities and identifying key players and actors in near real time and in context. Their context-aware operatives, analytics and surveillance capabilities shorten the time to intelligence, not just by reaching behind the scenes, but by buying the time and the tools to act in the context of any online threat. [Stand TBC]

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Tranchulas are a global provider of offensive and defensive cyber solutions, information security assessment, compliance and managed security services. The company’s elite team of security experts employs the latest threat intelligence and advanced countermeasures to help build effective security design that protects and enhances business operations. [Stand TBC]


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The UK Cyber Security Forum represents small medium enterprises who are actively working in cyber security across the UK, helping to set up informal local "Clusters" for the industry. With over 500 SME members, the forum provides a collaboration portal, industry news and business opportunities both in the UK and overseas. [Stand TBC]


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The Wyche Innovation Centre is a business accelerator and technology incubator situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the side of the Malvern Hills in the heart of the UK's Cyber Valley. It is home to over 40 businesses & organisations, including companies involved in the cyber security sector, operating from serviced offices, hot desks or as a virtual office. [Stand TBC]


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Founded in 2014, Yoti is a London-based technology company on a mission to become the world’s trusted identity platform. The way that people prove their identity is outdated for the digital world. Their apps and technology will ensure people know who they’re dealing with and feel confident in being themselves without the risk of fraud. This will in turn improve transparency and trust in the information shared - and should make life simpler and better for everyone. [Stand TBC]



Join us at the Festival's Formal Dinner during the evening.

2017 Cyber Security Day Sponsors

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