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Cyber UK 2021 returns in May, with free online conference open to all.

The theme for this year’s conference will be: ‘Building a resilient and prosperous digital UK following COVID-19’.


It’s back! The UK government’s flagship cyber security event has now been announced and will be held on 11-12th May online, giving everyone the chance to participate online.


What is Cyber UK 2021?

The National Cyber Security Centre’s CYBERUK 2021 ONLINE is a two-day online event taking place on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th May. Participants will have access to keynote speakers and panels featuring experts from around the globe.


The event will run across two days with an inspiring mix of live keynotes and panels, as well as a selection of pre-recorded content from the NCSC and our sponsors for you to watch in.


The theme for this year’s conference will be: ‘Building a resilient and prosperous digital UK following COVID-19’.



Due to the current restrictions in place, attendees can get full access to the event from their computer, tablet or phone and get involved in the online forums as the event goes fully digital.


As the format has changed to a virtual delivery, the NCSC are hoping to reach an even bigger audience - supporting it’s mission to make the UK the safest place to live and work.

The two-day event brings a mix of live keynotes and panels, as well as a selection of pre-recorded content from the NCSC and sponsors for participants to watch on their YouTube channel. In addition, participants can join with a live Q&A with some of the speakers on Twitter after key sessions.


”The virtual event will allow participants to access world-class expertise on the cyber landscape and discuss how the UK can continue to defend itself from online threats.
“ is all about bringing together the cyber security community to learn from one another, and we look forward to hosting captivating talks and discussions that will help to keep us all safer in cyberspace.”

Lindy Cameron, Chief Executive Officer of the NCSC


How do I sign up?

To sign up for free, follow the link to the event page here

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Reporting


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