EVENT CNI Cyber Security Summit 2024

17 April 2024, Central London



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Building Cyber Resilience in UK CNI 

Join us for the inaugural CNI Cyber Security Summit on Wednesday 17th April at the Radisson Blu Bloomsbury Street Hotel
in Central London.

Designed specifically for senior decision makers working within the UK’s Critical National Infrastructure sectors, this free-to-attend event will address the latest trends, regulations and threats affecting CNI organisations, and how to deal with them. It will also provide an opportunity to network with peers and CNI industry leaders.

What to Expect

With keynotes from Microsoft, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Ofgem, the summit presents a unique opportunity to gain an insight into the latest technology being deployed in the fight against cybercrime.

It will also cover the impact that regulations including NIS and the CAF are having in helping prevent cyber-attacks, as well as upcoming changes to regulations and data privacy legislation. 

The event is free-to-attend and will include complimentary refreshments, lunch and an evening drinks reception.


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CNI Summit Agenda 2024

Interactive Workshops (Last Few Spaces)

The summit will include interactive workshops, which will provide you with the opportunity to discuss topics and challenges that are relevant to your organisation, and receive advice from our cyber security experts.  

You can choose to attend two workshops from the list below. These are subject to availability with places allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 

1. Managing Upcoming Changes to the UK Data Protection Landscape  
Chris Linnell, Principal Data Privacy Consultant and Aimee Bush, Senior Lead Data Privacy Consultant 

2. Developing Secure Cloud Strategies and Maintaining Compliance 
Emma Leith, Director of Consulting, and Jack Willis, Principal Cloud Security Consultant 

3. Approaches to Delivering Outcomes Within the CAF Framework 
Scott Hudson, Senior Lead Consultant, and Craig Moores, Principal Lead Consultant 

4. Developing a Threat Informed Defence Led Managed Security Strategy 
Joanne Coy,
 Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst and Gavin Knapp, CTI Principal Lead 

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Travel and Accommodation

Get some information how to get to the summit and some options on where to stay nearby.




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If you have any questions relating to the CNI Cyber Security Summit, please email marketing@bridewell.com