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22.09.2016

NB-UK CyberScrum

Kadriorg Palace front facade by Stanislav Stepasko
Kadriorg Palace front facade by Stanislav Stepasko

 

NB-UK CyberScrum

3-4 October 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia

Department for International Trade (DIT, formerly UKTI) and British Embassies in the Nordic-Baltic region have joined forces to bring together the key players in cyber security from across the region.

The two-day event is centred around the Showcase of top UK cyber security providers taking place on October 4 at Kadriorg Palace. Seminars and presentations by top UK cyber experts, the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) and cyber insurance providers will run in parallel to the Showcase.

The series of formal and casual events taking place as part of the NB-UK CyberScrum programme present excellent networking opportunities for cyber security leaders and experts from the UK and the eight Nordic-Baltic markets.

 

The UK´s Cyber Security Offering

The UK offers world-leading services, training and advice at every stage of the cyber security life cycle. There are more than 1,000 cyber security organisations in the UK employing over 100,000 specialists. Come meet our pick at NB-UK CyberScrum!

Participation

We welcome delegates from industry, government, security, law enforcement and academia in the UK, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. Please note that NB-UK CyberScrum is a closed event and pre-registration is required. Please contact your local DIT office, or call +372 667 4738 for further information and registration.