News & Events - Frazer-Nash supports CYBERUK 2017


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Frazer-Nash is set to attend CYBERUK 2017 - as an exhibitor and sponsor of the event's meeting space.

The three-day event, which will be taking place at Liverpool's arena and convention centre between the 13 and 16 March, will be the Government's biggest and most influential information assurance (IA) and cyber security event to date.

At the event, Frazer-Nash will be showcasing how its experts can deal with cyber threats and their real-world consequences.

Steve Little, Business Manager for the company's security business said:

"We're looking forward to participating in CYBERUK and engaging with the IA and cyber security community. The event will help build a sense of common purpose across the entire IA and cyber security community, from senior decision makers to practitioners.

"At Frazer-Nash, we understand the complex interaction between the external environment and people, technology and processes. We'll be demonstrating how we harness our engineering domain expertise to focus on cyber and information assurance and how our approach can add real value to the community.

"Sharing knowledge and developing networks to help meet the cyber security challenges is a fundamental part of CYBERUK - and we're pleased to sponsor the event's meeting space, enabling delegates to have private meetings during the event."

CYBERUK will be attended by around 2,000 technology and cyber security professionals at all levels across the public sector, CNI, industry and academia. The audience will span from SIROs and the information security leadership community, to professionals working in technology, digital security, procurement and data management.

For more information on CYBERUK 2017 and how to participate, click here.

 
 

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