This website uses cookies. View our cookie policy
Close
United Kingdom
Select regional store:

Event: Cyber Essentials 2 – The UK Government Scheme to improve Cyber Security

Date: Thursday 17 July
Venue: Dexter House, No.2 Royal Mint Court, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4QN

Overview

Due to excess demand, IT Governance is to host a second event on the UK Government’s Cyber Essentials scheme on 17 July 2014. Our first event on 24 June 2014 sold out in just three weeks.

A high-profile list of government and industry figures will discuss the scheme, what you will need to do to qualify for Cyber Essentials or Cyber Essentials Plus certification, and the need for businesses to develop cyber resilience.

The Cyber Essentials scheme has been developed by the UK Government to help organisations deal with the business-critical issue of cyber security.

Attend this event and learn first-hand from the UK Government’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) what you will need to do to qualify for Cyber Essentials or Cyber Essentials Plus certification.

By attending this event you will gain valuable insights including:

  1. The latest information from the government on the Cyber Essentials scheme, compliance criteria, and the challenges of implementing Cyber Essentials.
  2. Guidance on the two certification levels: Cyber Essentials (Stage 1) and Cyber Essentials Plus (Stage 2).
  3. How the Cyber Essentials scheme is the ‘very minimum’ requirement, and that all organisations need to build cyber resilience.
  4. How international standards including ISO27001 and ISO22301 can facilitate cyber resilience.
  5. How to address the people, process and technology aspects of cyber security.

Download the agenda for the day here

Speakers at this exclusive event will include:

  • Richard Bach – Assistant Director, Cyber Security, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Alan Calder – Chairman of IT Governance and world-leading authority on cyber security
  • David Clarke – board member at Today Advisory Services, London, and founder of the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau
  • Kevin Olver – ISO27001 auditor, SGS
  • Sarb Sembhi – Chair of the ISACA Government and Regulatory Advocacy Committee, and member of the ISACA Relations Board
  • Geraint Williams – Senior Consultant and Trainer, IT Governance
  • Tony Drewitt – Head of Consultancy, IT Governance

Watch Alan Calder explain: ‘What is Cyber Essentials?’

Presentation slides

Below are some sample slides from the presentations of Alan Calder, Richard Bach and David Clarke (click on the icon to enlarge):

  

Sponsors and Partners

BCS SGS
iisp ISACA CS Expo

Event feedback

  • 86% rated the pre-event communication and quality of presentations as Excellent or Good.
  • 71% rated the access to advice as Excellent or Good.
  • 93% rated the events management as Excellent or Good.
  • After attending the event, 36% of respondents plan to implement Cyber Essentials or Cyber Essentials Plus.

Images