Events & Discussions: Forthcoming events
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Monday 7th October 2019
Inmarsat Headquarters London, City Road, London, UK
Cityforum is delighted to be developing its Eleventh Cyber Security Summit in consultation with the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the National Security Agency (NSA).
Tuesday 8th October 2019
Central London, London, UK
The Fourth Annual Cyber Risk & Resilience Round Table will discuss issues such as:
– The continuity of critical services
– Effective delivery of resilience
– Getting security and resilience right in a world of advanced mobility and smart cities
Tuesday 12th November 2019
Central London, London, UK
Further details to be announced soon.
Thursday 5th December 2019
BT Centre, Newgate Street, London, UK
This Round Table follows on from the inaugural event last year and details of the programme will appear shortly.
Date to be confirmed
Central London, United Kingdom
This Round Table has been postponed to the later part of 2019 due to the unavailability of at least one keynote speaker in February and a sense in several supporting organisations that a re-scheduling would be preferable. The broad shape of the agenda will not change.
Combatting Serious Financial and Economic Crime
– responding to the most dangerous threats
– can we gain an edge?
This, the fifth Cityforum Round Table on Financial and Economic Crime, pro [...]