SASIG’s Cybersecurity Skills Festival is a biannual series where we discuss skills in cyber and connect those looking for work directly with those looking to hire. The conference agenda is already packed with helpful content and the jobs fair will be on a scale never seen in our industry with backing from public and private sector alike. We look forward to welcoming both existing and future cybersecurity professionals through our virtual doors.
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‘The youth are our future’ may be an overused phrase, but how can they know what is available to them? By using psychometric data to match young people with mentors, you can guide young people through a structured development journey. Learn how to find and nurture talent and opportunity ‘on the job’.
The global economy is suffering dramatic skills shortages, especially in digital and soft skills. Discover how certain games and genres are sources of soft skills and other talents that are essential to the future of work, including leadership, collaboration, and logical thinking.
Did you know 1/3 of cybersecurity professionals have had personal experience of harassment online? Discover a new movement in infosec that is making drastic changes to stamp out abuse and harassment in our industry. Learn why and how it was created, and find out how we can all help make a difference.
The future of our industry is in our hands, and we need your help to change the lives of young people across the country. Speakers for Schools enable virtual work experience programmes that reach hundreds of children with the same effort as one traditional placement. Join us to discover how they do it, and how it could benefit your business and your community.
Interested in a career in cyber but don't know where to start? Looking for a job in cybersecurity can be confusing, even for seasoned professionals, especially when there are a dozen different roles all titled ‘Security Analyst’. In this session, the SASIG Gateway leadership team de-mystify the various roles in cyber and the skillset required for each.
Join this interactive session to learn about the UK Government’s new Kickstart Scheme, designed to help businesses and young people on Universal Credit. Companies who hire eligible people through the scheme can receive funding to cover 6 months of wages and costs. The Government has made £2bn available for this project, so join us to find out how to get involved.
Hear all about how SASIG is working with the EY Foundation and Security Institute’s programme to support young people into careers in security.