Attending the Cyber Security Conference

Date and Location

9.30am – 4.30pm, 4th July 2023 | etc. venues, Prospero House, London Bridge, London

The address of the venue is: etc. venues, Prospero House, 241 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1GA

Getting there

The nearest Underground station is Borough on the City branch of the Northern Line. The venue is opposite the station exit, next to Starbucks.

Buses stopping close to the venue include the 35, 133, 343 and C10.

The venue is a 10 minute walk, approximately, from London Bridge Station.

Is there catering at the event?

The event is fully catered, and free to all attendees. We are serving breakfast and lunch, as well as coffee and tea throughout the day. There will also be a networking drinks reception immediately following the final session of the day at approximately 4.30pm.

When do I get my delegate badge?

Badges will be issued to delegates on arrival at the venue. We are using reusable, digital badges with OneTap technology allowing quick and easy sharing of your details with contacts, should you wish to share. You can opt out from sharing your information.

About the conference

The PublicTechnology Cyber Security Conference 2023 will bring together public sector cyber, digital, and data leaders to explore their biggest challenges and strategic priorities for securing technology, people, and information.

Cyber thought leaders, experts and public sector decision makers will cover topics including the Government Cyber Security Strategy and the public-sector-wide programmes and policies it sets out for the rest of this decade. Featuring panel discussions, presentations, breakout sessions and networking roundtables, speakers will also address issues such as the evolving threat landscape and how public bodies can meet it robustly and increasingly proactively.

Attendees will gain valuable insight on how to address perennial issues such as skills shortages and the need to permeate best practice throughout their organisation, as well as the chance to explore how artificial intelligence and automation are being used by both attackers and cyber professionals.

In addition to networking with many of their peers working in cyber teams across the public sector, delegates will hear from law-enforcement, defence, and the intelligence services about their response to the very biggest threats that imperil the UK’s national security – and how these are likely to manifest in organisations throughout the country.

Please note: Free delegate registration is only open to people employed in the public sector, which for the purposes of this event also includes those working in education, healthcare and the third sector. Due to the nature of this event the organiser reserves the right to refuse entry to the event at its absolute discretion.

Register to attend now.