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Tees Valley Business Event – #CyberFest19

September 11 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Building on the success of last year’s #CyberFest success, Dynamo North East, in partnership with Accenture, are delighted to be hosting a half day business event at Teesside University as part of the wider #CyberFest programme throughout September 2019.

The title for this year’s event is ‘Cyber in a Changing Business Model – Harnessing Opportunities’

There will be keynote plenary sessions plus a panel discussion. The panel will focus on harnessing opportunities from Cyber in a changing business model.

This event is free to attend and is open to all employees, as well as directors, managers of any size organisation, 3rd sector, public, private, academia, students, entrepreneurs, politicians, media and interested public. We will be expecting 100+ delegates to attend.

PROGRAMME / SPEAKERS

  • Tim Moran – Lujam – ‘Cyber in integrated business communities and supply chains.’
  • Kate Baucherel – Galiadigital – ‘Making cybersecurity accessible through fiction.’
  • Jamie Hardesty – Technation – ‘Cyber in a changing business model – harnessing opportunities.’

More to follow.

EXHIBITION

There will be an exhibition during the event. If you are interested in having a stand here, please contact info@dynamonortheast.co.uk.

SPONSORSHIP

If you are interested in sponsoring a session or other aspects of the event, please contact info@dynamonortheast.co.uk. for a sponsor pack.

For information on the full programme of events in September for #CyberFest – please click here

To register for the event, please visit the EventBrite page by clicking here

Details

Date:
September 11
Time:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

The Curve, Teesside University
The Curve, Teesside University
Middlesbrough, TS1 3BX
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