North Wales Cyber Security Cluster will be heading to M-Sparc for jam-packed meeting this month.
We will meet with some of the current apprentices at M-Sparc and hear about their experiences gaining hands on skills while getting into the industry and we also have three fantastic speakers lined up:
Tim Charrot, CTO at IASME Consortium, will be travelling up from the Malvern Hills to join us for an interactive session talking about the latest updates to the Cyber Essentials Scheme. Tim will be able to provide real-world guidance on achieving the certification including an open Q&A session to address any challenges that any of you may have experienced while going through the assessment and application process.
DC Roheryn Evans, from the Cyber Crime Team at North Wales Police, will be discussing the work that they carry out and how the team, and their capabilities, have evolved over the last couple of years. He will also be introducing us all to the great initiatives that are available to organisations free-of-charge in the region. We may even get a sneak preview about the Cyber Security North Wales event being hosted by North Wales Police, along with the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner and Cyber Wales on 14th June which you can read more about here (https://tocyn.cymru/en/event/b2f128b2-1f8b-4504-8309-9d0064cb7670).
Carwyn Edwards, Digital Innovation Manager and our genrous host at M-Sparc, will be bringing some of the M-Sparc Tenants along to discuss their experiences of Cyber Essentials and some of the challenges they face in day-to-day cyber security.
Rhodri Williams, an Apprentice in Cyber Security, will be discussing his experience of joining the industry and learning our 'dark art' in a practical way.
Fingers crossed the weather is kind to us and we'll get some of those breathtaking views at this terrific venue, which is a firm affavourite of ours at the Cluster and it will great to have a proper catch up over a Welsh cake and a nice paned o de
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