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The Island’s premier cyber security conference returns in October, for what will be its sixth year, providing guidance on how to prepare, respond and recover from any potential cyber incidents for individuals and organisations alike.

Previous conferences have featured a range of speakers including representatives from the National Cyber Security Centre – part of the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) – and industry experts. This instalment will build upon the messages from previous years so that business leaders, community groups, charitable organisations and private individuals can work together to keep the Isle of Man’s cyberspace safe.

“We are continuing to see high profile cyber-attacks affect both organisations and governments globally,” said Minister for Justice and Home Affairs Hon Jane Poole-Wilson MHK. “It’s important we continue to raise awareness and help equip individuals and organisations with the knowledge to counter these threats.”

CYBERISLE is organised by the Cyber Security Centre (CSC) for the Isle of Man, a part of OCSIA, and the Department of Home Affairs. The event is supported through sponsorship and aims to be run on a cost-neutral basis.

Tickets are available here.

Speakers

Do you have a topic you wish to share your knowledge on? CYBERISLE is looking for speakers and panellists. If you wish speak at CYBERISLE please email cyberisle@gov.im with a brief overview of your topic.

Sponsorship

As a free to attend event CYBERISLE relies on the generosity of its sponsors. We have a number of opportunities for organisations to showcase their brand to a diverse audience of professionals. See our attached sponsorship pack for more details.

 

Current Sponsors