Wednesday 8 July, 11am-12noon (BST)
We are delighted for Nick and Kyle join us, following our recent extremely popular webinar that introduced the vision for Cyber Policing including the Cyber Resilience Centres. This session brings you first-hand insight into how policing is absorbing the best emerging ethical hacking student services and what this will mean for integration with policing.
This fascinating pairing of the first ever National Director of Policing (National Cyber Programme) and the Director of BRIM (Business Resilience International Management) responsible for mentoring and tuition of ethical hacking students from universities across England and Wales, will discuss a range of aspects:
• Can you really ever hack for the good?
• Should we be encouraging ethical hacking?
• What can policing learn from students and their input?
• How can Policing broaden its own knowledge through working with the private sector – and ultimately what will happen to this emerging field of skilled students who work under the respected brand of Curious Frank.
This is the first time they have spoken publicly together, so is a real coup for the SASIG membership to have the opportunity to hear them speak and answer your questions.
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Nick Bell (info), National Director of Policing for CRCs, National Policing Cyber Resilience Centres
Kyle Bowes (info), Director of Ethical Hacking Student Services, National Policing Cyber Resilience Centres
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