Thursday 31 October 17:30 - 21:00

Bank of England
Threadneedle Street

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NextSec @ Bank of England: Trick-or-Treating - Horrors of Cyber Security

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NextSec @ Bank of England: Hackers Trick-or-Treating: Horrors of Cyber Security

NextSec are delighted to announce that our next event will be hosted by Bank of England at their London location (Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8AH) on Thursday 31st October from 5.45pm.

As the UK’s central bank, with a mission to promote the good of the people by maintaining monetary and financial stability, the Bank of England work at the forefront of cyber security, protecting systems of critical national infrastructure against a broad array of potential threats.

In celebration of Cyber Security Awareness Month and Halloween, this event will provide a great opportunity to engage in exciting discussions with industry experts on the different horror stories of cyber security.

Following the event there will be an opportunity to network with junior professionals and senior sponsors in Information Security and related areas.

17:45 - Registration (Closes at 1810, no late admission)

18:15 - Keynote/Intro - Ben Davies (Head of Cyber Security, Bank of England)

18:25 - Step into the Dark Web - Manit Sahib (Head of Penetration Testing, Bank of England)

18:50 - Break

19:00 - TBC

19:30 - TBC

20:00 - Networking Drinks

21:00 - Networking Close

Please Note:

You will need to bring photographic ID and an Eventbrite ticket in your name to gain entry into the venue.

You will need to have a bag check upon entry to the venue.

No audio recording, video recording, or photography is allowed during this event.

Tickets are allocated on a first come first served basis and must be requested for individuals only. If you request a ticket and are no longer able to attend, please cancel your registration as early as possible so that someone else can attend. A no-show without cancellation may limit your ability to secure a ticket for future events.


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