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SASIG organises over 35 meetings each year, all free to attend.
Our calendar is always packed, and we pride ourselves on the wide range of subjects we address.

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SASIG table top exercise - FireEye Cyber Attack Simulation

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SASIG's table top exercises have proven to be extremely popular and we are delighted to bring the experience back again to our members, this time in association and facilitated by FireEye at their newly opened offices at the heart of the City of London.


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Event date:
01 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
18th Floor,
Angel Court,
Bank,
London

Fighting Cybercrime

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We start the week of SASIG's trilogy of cybercrime events with a workshop that looks at the UK’s growing and evolving capability to counter cybercrime at the national, regional and local levels. The fundamental nature of criminality in the digital age is changing in an unprecedented way. Criminal activity is constantly morphing and becoming ever-more sophisticated. At the same time, the risk of detection and prosecution remains low because of the complex legal international environment and because cyber law enforcement around the world is still immature, under-resourced and reactive.UK law enforcement efforts to combat cybercrime are the "most joined-up bit of policing" in the country, but police forces cannot do it alone. Kindly hosted by Unilever at their prestigious London Headquarters, this will be an opportunity for the players from all parts of the fight against cybercrime to gather and review progress.


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Event date:
08 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
Unilever House,
100 Victoria Embankment, Blackfriars,
London,
EC4Y 0DY

"Improving the digital landscape for our children"

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The second in the trilogy of SASIG events this October on cybercrime focuses on keeping the younger generation safe within the online environment.Social networking is hugely popular and our young people have become highly sophisticated in the way they use social media apps and websites from a range of personal devices. But this all comes with huge risks to them – what they might see, who they might meet and what the effects may be on their health, safety and behaviour.


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Event date:
09 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
KPMG
15 Canada Square,
Canary Wharf,
London,
E14 5GL

Digital Forensics in the Corporate Security Agenda - Securing Reliable Digital Evidence

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SASIG is privileged to have been able to bring together some of the UK's leading forensic science experts and practitioners to run this workshop. It has been designed for the inexpert cybersecurity practitioner as an introduction and overview, it will not turn you into an overnight expert and we will concentrate on everyday requirements. We will look at the basic essential procedures. We will review good practice and the legal powers available to businesses to carry out technical investigations. We will show, briefly, some of the specialist tools. You will learn what help is available from the commercial sector and how to make the right choices. You will discover how to optimise your relationship with law enforcement in the event of a criminal investigation. You will learn how to develop your own, tailored, forensic readiness programme.


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Event date:
10 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
14th Floor,
20 Fenchurch Street,
London,
EC3M 3BY

2nd Best Practice in Raising Cybersecurity Awareness across Large Organisations

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Despite the vast sums of money spent, IT systems and networks at all levels and within most organisations remain inherently vulnerable to even the most basic of security weaknesses and vulnerabilities. This is because for so long now we have focused almost entirely on the technical firewall. But rarely have we attended in any meaningful way to the human firewall. At this SASIG workshop, we will showcase successful ways in which large organisations have engaged with their workforce and extended enterprise, raised awareness amongst their employees, customers and suppliers, and successfully influenced behaviour for the better.


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Event date:
15 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
Bank of America Merrill Lynch,
2 King Edward St,
London,
EC1A 1HQ

An evening with Andy Clark: Connections

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For this evening, Andy explains how he really became an engineer through a convoluted set of connections and good fortune. We will probably visit topics including the old world of the “Eagle” comic, find out why Admiral of the Fleet Sir Cloudesley Shovell was the inspiration for GPS, dive under the murky waters of pirate radio, discover why his friend Tony Sale commissioned the building of a plastic van during World War Two and consider whether or not any information system will ever be secure when there is human interaction involved.


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Event date:
17 October 2019
Commencing at:
6:00 pm
Location:
18th Floor,
Angel Court,
Bank,
London

Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of Things

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At the second SASIG workshop in this fascinating series, we will be looking further into the development and growth of artificial intelligence (AI) as demonstrated by machines. Devices increasingly perceive their environment and take actions that maximise their chance of successfully achieving their goals, including learning and problem-solving. SASIG members will gain a better understanding of the current and potential capabilities of AI and - when combined with IoT, machine learning and anomaly detection - how these emerging technologies will come to affect their business models and processes.


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Event date:
22 October 2019
Commencing at:
9:00 am
Location:
One Kingdom Street,
Paddington Central, London
W2 6BY

The SASIG programme of
events explores a wide range of themes
and topics such as…

The role and career of the
CISO and the professionalisation
of the cybersecurity industry

Communicating effectively to the
boardroom about the cybersecurity challenges
that our organisations face

Fostering a commitment to equality, diversity and
inclusion within the cybersecurity profession while attracting
new talent to resolve the skills shortage it faces

GDPR and the significant
changes introduced by this new data
protection legislation

Best practice in raising
cybersecurity awareness
across organisations

Securing the
Internet of Things

The security
implications of Artificial
Intelligence


SASIG workstreams are both sector and topic based. SASIG travels regularly around the UK to bring its meetings to the UK’s regions – we recognise that many of our members have neither the budget, time or (frankly) the inclination to always travel to the London Metropolis.

We work hard to bring together the public and private sectors so that each may learn from and help the other.

There are numerous networking events including our annual formal gala dinner, our less formal Christmas luncheon and other social gatherings. Our balanced programme of events is designed to reach the widest possible audience, to support and direct organisations toward solutions, to inform our members about security trends, and to identify emerging security risks and threats.


Interested in contributing to or hosting a future meeting?

We always encourage our members’ participation in SASIG. If you wish to contribute to and/or host a SASIG event then we'd love to hear from you.


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