The Cabinet Office Government Security Group will be returning to techUK on 9 April 24 to update interested parties on their Future Working at Secret initiative for Government and its industry partners.

The event will run from 1400-1600 at the techUK offices at 10 St Bride Street and there will be an online option to join also.

Any company that attended the events in July and September and found it of interest is encouraged to attend - as are newcomers to this space.

This event will be a chance for Michael Shryane of the Government Security Group to update attendees on the current status of their work, including on the most recent senior direction given to it.  It will also allow Ian Mccormack of NCSC to talk about emerging cyber threats and about how NCSC can best work with industry.  Attendees are asked to engage in dialogue with the speakers as we seek to engender greater common understanding of the challenges we all face and the solutions available to us.

Business Development and Technology leads will both find the session useful, though we ask that attendees in person are limited to a maximum of two per company.

Raya Tsolova

Programme Manager, techUK

Fred Sugden

Fred Sugden

Associate Director, Defence and National Security, techUK

Tracy Modha

Team Assistant - Markets, techUK

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