Here are some opportunities you might be interested in
The Cyber Security day at the Festival of Innovation this year will be on 11th October in Malvern and focused on Cyber Security and Quantum Computing. If you work in that area and would like to be involved then please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It is free to exhibit and free to attend the festival but you do need to reserve a space.
A new competitive scheme that takes a place-based approach to research and innovation funding, to support significant regional economic growth. This might be really good for Clusters.
There are new dates for the Cyber 101 Bootcamp dates for the end of June – these are free of charge!
Make some pledges about supporting disability (physical and mental) as a company and get a badge to be proud of
Disability Confident Guidance: how to sign up to the employer scheme https://www.gov.uk/guidance/disability-confident-how-to-sign-up-to-the-employer-scheme
Link to Disability Confident Packs – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/disability-confident-guidance-for-levels-1-2-and-3
UCL’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy department is conducting a study into evidence-based policymaking for cybersecurity across UK civil service and agencies. The project is led by RISCS Director Dr Madeline Carr, Associate Professor at UCL STEaPP.
As part of that a nationwide survey has been launched and the link is available through NCSC’s current weekly threat report (https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/report/weekly-threat-report-8th-june-2018) under “The ECSEPA Cybersecurity Evidence Study”.
Please feel free to take the survey yourself or circulate it amongst your colleagues. (Apologies to those who might already have received it via other routes)
To learn more about the project, please visit http://ecsepa.coventry.ac.uk/
The deadline for expressions of interest is Friday 29th June.
Singapore International Cyber Week
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre 18-20 September 2018
The Departmental of International Trade is inviting expressions of interest from UK cyber security companies to exhibit on the UK Pavilion at Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW) 2018.
SICW is the most established cyber security event in the South East Asia region. Last year, around 100 companies exhibited and over 7000 cyber security experts from the region and beyond attended.
This year’s theme is “Forging a Trusted and Open Cyberspace”. In addition to the exhibition, there is a three-day conference, GovWare, with speakers addressing the importance of cross-border partnerships and solutions, and cyber security as a foundation for the digital economy.
The conference and exhibition cover the full range of cyber security solutions including products and services.
The UK Pavilion package will include:
• A plinth exhibition stand on the UK Pavilion • Introductions from DIT staff to delegates and
• An advance briefing from High Commission staff on doing business in Singapore
• A networking event hosted by DIT during the Exhibition
• Inclusion in UK marketing material, including a Pavilion brochure
• Promotion to local and international media, including social media
DIT will charge companies a fee of £3000 + VAT to exhibit on the pavilion and benefit from the other activities organised.
This does not include travel, accommodation and visa costs.
Expressions of interest should include:
- A brief introduction to your company.
- An indication of your key target sectors and markets.
- An overview of recent activities in Singapore and the South East Asia region and any future plans.
- An overview of the capability you plan to exhibit / export to the region.
For further information and to submit your expression of interest please contact:
Reuben Sinclair (Singapore-based) E email@example.com T +65 9155 3263
Claire Baillie (London-based) E firstname.lastname@example.org T +44 207 215 5028