An opportunity to explore the collaboration pathways for working with the UK Cyber Security Council.

This online event, in partnership with the CyberScotland Partnership and DCMS, is designed to provide individuals and organisations with an opportunity to directly affect the future of the profession by feeding into and advising on the standards and ethics by which cyber security professionals will be judged to operate against.

There will be a forum through which to actively feed insight to qualification products and services, defining the structures through which qualifications can be compared assessed and support career pathways.

The event will be split into three segments taking place in three hour blocks across Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – we would love for you to attend them all but feel free to select those that work best for your schedule when registering.

13.00 – 16:00, 8 December: DCMS Consultation

  • Welcome address from Simon Hepburn, Chief Executive Officer of the UK Cyber Security Council
  • Presentation from Cian Galvin and Amina Ummeay – DCMS
  • Feedback and Q&A Session

13.00 – 16.00, 9 December: Careers and Qualifications 

  • Welcome and Council update from Simon Hepburn, CEO of the UK Cyber Security Council
    Career Pathways and Qualifications Presentation – Amy Rogers, UK Cyber Security Council and Zeshan Sattar, Director, CompTia
  • Breakout discussion
  • Feedback and Q&A Session

09.30 – 12.30, 10 December: Standards and Ethics

  • Welcome and Council update from Simon Hepburn, CEO of the UK Cyber Security Council
  • Professional Standards and Ethics Presentation, Paul Dawson-Hart and Bryan Lillie – UK Cyber Security Council
  • Breakout discussion
  • Feedback and Q&A Session

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