The Cyber Security Centre organises a series of Cyber Talks, where we invite guest speakers from academia, industry and government to talk about their work in cybersecurity. The talks are open to anyone interested in cybersecurity, including students, staff and members of the public. We also aim to record the talks where possible.
The talks are usually held on Wednesdays at 2pm during term time and last around an hour (including around 15 minutes for Q&A).
A list of all confirmed talks is given below. You can also access the upcoming talks as an ICS feed.
Decrypting my journey into cyber security leadership
Bryan Lillie, Strategic Technical Lead at the UK Cyber Security Council
Wednesday 22 November, 2pm in FAB 0.08 (not IMC 002)
How to run a cyber security facility for a small town
Adrian Hope and Stephen Shaw, University of Warwick
Wednesday 24 January, 2pm in IMC 002
Google-scale vulnerability triage
Yousif Hussin, Security Engineer at Google
Wednesday 14 February, 2pm in IMC 002
NATO and cyberwarfare
Wednesday 28 February, time TBC in place TBC (likely to be in PAIS)
Sadie Creese (Title TBC)
Sadie Creese, Professor of Cyber Security at the University of Oxford
Date and time TBC in IMC 002
Information for speakers
We have a highly engaged cybersecurity community consisting of 150 BSc students, 140 MSc students and many more enthusiasts studying other courses, and we’re always looking for speakers to give talks. If you’re interested in giving a talk, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname [at] warwick.ac.uk, or use the PGP public key BC1C 888D 4B1F 7638 7406 69DC B6B2 4CDC 8E1E B007.