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UPDATE!

We are very sorry to inform you that GCA’s Cyber Trends 2020 Plenary Session is postponed. The organising committee has made this difficult decision not only in view of the force majeure circumstances of the global crisis of COVID-19 but also as an act of responsibility towards our participants and the community we aim to serve. We have, however, decided to convert our morning workshops into virtual training sessions. We have set up the Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business Workshop and the DMARC Workshop as webinars that will still be held on 30 April. For more information and to sign up for the webinars, please visit the updated event page here.

 

Now in its fourth year, Cyber Trends draws on the experience of industry practitioners, government representatives, and researchers to examine the current trends and what is on the horizon for the cybersecurity ecosystem, across the UK and the world. The event provides a cognitive and physical space to help policymakers, corporate leaders, and the community navigate technology and policy trends and also provides an opportunity to engage in a conversation with a broad group of stakeholders.

Please plan to join us 30 April 2020 at Mansion House, London. You can read more about the details of this year’s event on our registration page.

Cyber Trends 2020

GCA invites you to attend the fourth annual Cyber Trends event on 30 April 2020, from 12:00-6:00 pm, at Mansion House, London!

The event draws on the experience of industry practitioners, government representatives, and researchers to examine the current trends and what is on the horizon for the cybersecurity ecosystem, across the UK and the world. Join us in this opportunity to engage in a conversation with a broad group of stakeholders in a cognitive and physical space that helps policymakers, corporate leaders, and the community navigate technology and policy trends.

You can find more information about the event and register here.

Our Executive Director of the UK, Middle East and India, Andy Bates, sat down with Mathew Schwartz of DataBreachToday to discuss the future of cyber security. In the interview below, Andy discusses the following:

  • The evolution of online crime and nation-state attacks;
  • Strategies for addressing top business challenges;
  • Free and tools to help organizations improve their cybersecurity posture.

To watch the interview, please click on the picture below.

Andy Bates talks about the future of cybersecurity.