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The Inaugural Yorkshire and Humber Cyber Protect Business Conference
Organised by the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit
Where: Leeds Bridge Church Conference Centre, Rider Street, Leeds, LS9 7BQ
When: 28th February, 2017
Eventbrite Link: Here
— YorksHumberCyberUnit (@YH_CyberProtect) February 3, 2017
Cyber Security EU 2017
Organised by Agenci
Where: Aspire, 2 Infirmary Street, LS1 2JP Leeds, United Kingdom
When: Wednesday, 18 October 2017 from 08:30 to 17:00 (Cluster meeting to follow)
Eventbrite link: Here
— Cyber Security EU (@cybersecurityeu) January 29, 2017
Yorkshire Cyber Security Event – A reflection of the real risks
On the 12th May, 2016 we hosted the Yorkshire Cyber Security Event at the 3m Buckley Innovation Centre in Huddersfield.
The event aimed to offer Yorkshire businesses of all sizes a starting point on protecting and preventing data loss in their organisations.
A series of seminars, one-on-one advice workshops and roundtable discussions presented by some of the region’s finest information security minds were on offer throughout the day
Seminars took place talking guests through fundamental information security topics such as cloud security, human error breaches, immediate protections and much more.
The Yorkshire Cyber Security Event 2016 was a free to attend event.
Testimonials from the event
“A really worthwhile event and Cluster, attended by professionals that are passionate about Cyber Security. It was a huge success and a special thanks to everyone at Bob’s Business for working hard to make it such a success.”
“Good location, friendly and open audience”
“All speakers were very knowledgeable and appropriate to content of the forum.”
“Yorkshire needs this cyber security cluster; not only does the Northern Powerhouse strategy require security and resilience, but our local rural digital economies now need to take up their proper place in global markets. That requires increased awareness, trust and confidence in our local business systems and networks”