Join UK Research and Innovation's Digital Security by Design (DSbD) challenge on a journey of exploration and hear from multiple speakers across the four nations that will highlight the developments
Join UK Research and Innovation’s Digital Security by Design (DSbD) challenge on a journey of exploration and hear from multiple speakers across the four nations that will highlight the developments in computing across the decades, to modern day and fast forward to a safer and more secure future.
Scotland: “Exploring new technologies in cyber security”
This event will give participants an opportunity to hear about the world of cyber security from academic, government and industry experts. Speakers will discuss the current status of cyber security and highlight why a radical update of cyber security design starting from the chip upwards is required.
9:30: Registration opens (Breakfast available on arrival)
10:00: Welcome and introduction by DSbD Roadshow compere and media partner Nitin Dahad (Editor-in-Chief of embedded.com, correspondent for EE Times, EE Times Europe)
10:10: Professor Daniel Dresner, Professor of Cyber Security – University of Manchester (The world of cyber security)
10:30 Paul Waller, Head of Research for National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)(Fixing the foundations)
10:50: Simon Moore, Professor of Computer Engineering, University of Cambridge, Computer Science and Technology (What is CHERI?)
11:10: Jude McCorry, CEO of Scottish Business Resilience Centre (What got you here is not going to get you there)
11:30 – 12:30: Brunch
Who should attend
This event is open to all and especially those involved in longer term strategic decisions on the use of digital technology as well as those that are interested in new technical approaches to block cyber vulnerabilities.
• C-level: CEO and business owner / CFO and Head of Procurement / Chief Information and Knowledge Officer / COO and Head of Operations / other C-suite
• R&D lead, CTO, Subject Matter Expert for Cybersecurity, hardware and software development
• Industries that will benefit from more secure computing platforms including: aerospace, defense, healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, telecoms, energy infrastructure, transport, and education.
We also welcome industry programme partners, public sector partners, government, cyber security practitioners, researchers, and media.
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