Cyber Security Leadership 2022: Being a Global Leader in a Complex World
The Lancaster University Cyber Security Leadership Symposium 2022 will see the institution team up with Templar Executives, a market-leading cyber security consultancy and education provider, to explore what it means to be a global leader in a world of ever-evolving and complex cyber threats.
The event comes as part of a collaboration between Lancaster University and Templar Executives and will feature a range of government, corporate and academic leaders. Our expert speakers will share their experiences, their challenges and the opportunities created by the cyber agenda - and discuss how you and your organisation could benefit from these real-world learnings.
This free two-day event will take place on Tuesday 5th July and Wednesday 6th July at the Faraday Complex, Lancaster University’s Bailrigg Campus. The Symposium will provide fascinating insights for senior leaders hosted at one of the UK's leading higher education institutions for cyber security and data analysis. There will also be the opportunity to discuss your organisation's security posture and access information on workforce upskilling, including details of Lancaster’s new part-time Cyber Security Executive MBA programme, in partnership with Templar Executives.
This timely event comes as Lancashire prepares for the £5bn economic boost the county will receive after it was announced as the location of the new National Cyber Force headquarters.
- David Peattie, Chief Executive Officer of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
- Sir Jon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Financial Reporting Council.
- Juliette Wilcox, Cyber Security Ambassador for UK Defence and Security Exports at the Department for International Trade.
- John Cook, UK Ministry of Defence
- Wendy Barnes, Non-Executive Director with the Met Office, OFWAT, BMT Group, Scottish Power Energy Networks, and OCS Group
- Rob Shaw, Managing Director at Mercury Technology Limited.
- And many more.