Cyber Fringe Festival 2021

Date: 06 Dec 2021 to 10 Dec 2021
Time: Register Now
Location: Hybrid Event

Five Days of cyber security related presentations, panels and workshops: 6th to 10th December 2021.

After a successful premiere in 2020, which featured 42 talks with delegates from 23 countries, the Cyber Fringe Festival is back for a second year. The 2021 festival will once again be delivered primarily online with some face-to-face workshops and focuses on various topics of importance around cyber security.

With experts from across the world delivering a range of Strategic, Operational and Technical sessions, covering Cyber industry, defence and emergency services as well as diversity, government, acceleration and skills, this year’s event is not to be missed.

Over 50 guest speakers who are experts in their field will be sharing their years of knowledge, strategies and tactics. By booking a place on the FREE event you will get focused insight and information on the areas you need help with. Dip in and watch the specific talks you need to transform your business.

Academics from the University of Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute, alongside sector partners, developed the fringe programme of online sessions in support of the cyber security industry, drawing on expertise from across the globe. With the official opening of Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security also taking place in December, the University is striving to put Hereford on the global cyber map.

To view this year’s events and book your place Register Your Place Now!

Events Programme 2021/22

Speaker Opportunity for InfoSec 2022
30/11/2021
Cyber Fringe Festival 2021
06/12/2021
GRANT - ISCF digital security by design - software ecosystem development
08/12/2021

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Partner Organisations

BetaDen
QinetiQ
Worcester Local Enterprise Partnership
Coventry University
West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre
Midlands Engine
Marches LEP
Worcester 5G
Cyber Ireland