We partner with the wider cyber security industry in order to collaborate and to provide our members with discounts for partner events. Please see below for a list of forthcoming partner events:
Financial Times Live Cyber Resilience Summit
21st-23rd September 2022
Join the FTLive Cyber Resilience Summit in-person in Lausanne and digitally on 21-23rd September and connect with CEOs, board members, government and policymakers to discuss strategies for overcoming new cyber threats which continue to threaten economic prosperity, national security and individual freedoms.
Register here (code CIISEC automatically applied to receive 20% discount on your pass.)
National Cyber Awards
26 September 2022
Rewarding those who are committed to cyber innovation, cyber crime reduction and protecting citizens online.
International Cyber Expo & International Security Expo
27-28 September 2022
Olympia, London, UK
International Security Expo offers the perfect platform to launch new products, showcase innovation and generate new business from a vetted, high-level audience of active security buyers. With the UK terror threat level continually shifting, ever-increasing global threats and the introduction of new government legislation to transform how the UK protects its people at publicly accessible locations, there has never been a more important time for the security industry. Celebrating 20 years, International Security Expo, the market-leading security event, provides the vital link between Government, industry, academia and the entire end-user community, strengthening the relationships that are essential to improving our safety and security. Taking place at Olympia London on 27 - 28 September 2022, no other event delivers such a high-level of buyers, specifiers and decision-makers, making it the perfect platform for launching new products, showcasing the latest innovations and generating new leads.
UK Cyber Week
3-4 November 2022
Islington, London, UK
One week in November for the entire cyber community and frontline business leaders to unite and help make the UK a safer place. Business leaders have an increasingly difficult task. With cyber-attacks more sophisticated than ever, and teams disjointed across offices, homes and even countries, organising a unified defence against these hacks can seem impossible. The Cyber Community is incredible, but cyber professionals and business leaders sometimes might as well be speaking completely different languages – how can you defend your organisation when the first battle you have to face is understanding each other? That’s where UK Cyber Week comes in. It’s one event bringing the UK’s business leaders and frontline cyber security experts together to close the cyber security knowledge gap, demystify jargon and fight back against cyber criminals.