Building on the highly successful and well-attended Cyber Security Training & Education Workshop at ITEC 2012, this theme will address Cyber Security Education, a dynamic and complex domain in terms of technology, threats and security.
Speakers will focus on how cross-sector expertise on education and training can be implemented into the defence and military sectors. The use of skills development, training and virtual worlds to counter emerging cyber threats will be of particular focus.
Cyber Sense - Understanding the Domain
An interactive session that will engage delegates directly and provide a broad overview of the Cyber domain. Different understandings and uses and misuses of the word ‘cyber’ will also be covered. Panelists include Andy Settle, Cyber Security Consultant, Raytheon and Dr Daniel Prince, Partnerships Manager, Security Lancaster
Approaches to Cyber Security Education
This session will look at the approaches taken towards Cyber Security Education across a variety of different vertical sectors.This session will look at the approaches taken towards Cyber Security Education across a variety of different vertical sectors. Confirmed speakers include Tim Harwood, Security Capability Lead, BP, as well as representatives from NATO.
Cyber Security Round-Table Event: Shaping the Cyber Warrior for 2020
Chair: Dr Daniel Prince, Partnerships Manager, Security Lancaster
A pioneering new addition to the ITEC 2013 Agenda, this round-table event will bring together high-level experts in cyber security and education from academia, industry and the military to debate the future of cyber security education. Discussion will regularly be opened up to the floor to encourage input from a wide range of perspectives and to allow the panellists to be challenged and questioned by the ITEC audience. Hosted by Security Lancaster, a GCHQ certified Academic Centre of Excellent for Cyber Security Research, the event will generate discussion that will form the basis for an official white paper, to be released after ITEC 2013.