News Article


Last Updated: 10 Apr 2018
Topics: Cyber security
CYBERUK 2018, the NCSC's flagship event on cyber security, is starting today. The GCHQ/NCSC-led event will run for three days at the Manchester Central Convention Complex.

News article - 10 Apr 2018


Logo for CYBERUK 2018
As the UK Government's lead technical authority on cyber security, the NCSC's ambition is to make the UK the safest place to live and do business online. However, we can't do this alone. Every citizen, business and government department has a part to play.


CYBERUK 2018 will facilitate a national conversation to deepen understanding, challenge thinking, create debate and combine forces on cyber security. We will bring together some of the leading experts in cyber security to exchange ideas and knowledge, and the events will be attended by government ministers, senior policy makers and key sector stakeholders. 

Approximately 2,200 delegates are set to attend interactive sessions, talks and tailored workshops, covering delivery (In Practice on April 10/11) and strategy (Leadership on April 12).  There will be a range of subjects discussed of interest to the public, with the main media announcements being the publication of the NCA/NCSA business threat report and the broadening of incident response categories. The event will also promote diversity across the industry and raise awareness of NCSC programmes to build a talent pipeline. 

For more information on CYBERUK 2018 see the NCSC events pages.