CYBER SECURITY
3 September 2014 | One Great George Street, London
 

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The Council on CyberSecurity is an independent, expert, not-for-profit organization with a global scope committed to thesecurity of an open Internet. The Council is committed to the ongoing development and widespread adoption of the Critical Controls, to elevating the competencies of the cybersecurity workforce, and to the development of policies that lead to measurable improvements in our ability to operate safely, securely and reliably in cyberspace. 

www.CouncilonCyberSecurity.org



The Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP) is a not-for-profit organisation, owned by its members and dedicated to raising the standard of professionalism in information security and the industry as a whole. The IISP does this through accrediting skills and competence, by sharing best practice and by providing a network of support and guidance on individual skill development. It speaks with an authoritative voice and its competency based memberships are widely recognised in the information security industry.

Working closely with the Information Security community, the IISP has a growing membership of over 1,700 individual members across private and government sectors, 27 Corporate Member Organisations and ten Academic Partners. At the heart of the Institute is the IISP Skills Framework©2012 which is widely accepted as the de facto standard for measuring competency of Information Security Professionals. CESG have taken this framework to underpin their Certified Professional Scheme (CCP), for which the IISP is the leading certifying body. The IISP Skills Framework has also been adopted by e-Skills UK to develop a National Occupational Standard for Information Security.
 
www.iisp.org



Founded in 1989, the Information Security Forum (ISF) is an independent, not-for-profit association of leading organisations from around the world. It is dedicated to investigating, clarifying and resolving key issues in cyber, information security and risk management and developing best practice methodologies, processes and solutions that meet the business needs of its Members.

ISF Members benefit from harnessing and sharing in-depth knowledge and practical experience drawn from within their organisations and developed through an extensive research and work program.

www.securityforum.org


Connecting the cyber security industry

Welcome to ISSA-UK, the UK Chapter of the ISSA. With active participation from individuals and chapters all over the world, the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) is the largest international, not-for-profit association specifically for information security professionals. Having welcomed over 1,800 members since our beginnings in 2003, the ISSA-UK Chapter is the world's most successful chapter. At only $95 per year for membership, we offer the most value out of any security association globally.

www.issa-uk.org


The Security Institute is the largest membership organisation for security professionals in the UK. We have members worldwide and 2014 is our 15th year anniversary. Membership gives credibility, enhances career prospects, provides a network of excellent contacts, offers mentoring, continual professional development and a wide range of networkingopportunities. Our membership has grown consistently year on year since we were established and this trend is set to continue.

www.security-institute.org


The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) was established in 2010, to work with partners in Business, Law enforcement, Government, Academia and other international organisations to help fight cyber crime. The ICSPA Mission is to enhance the online safety and security of business communities and citizens, by helping to deliver resources and expertise from the public and private sectors to support governments and law enforcement agencies in their task of reducing harm from cyber crime and security incidents. This will include providing assistance to help increase the capacity and capability of national governments seeking to mitigate cyber-related incidents and to improve cyber resilience across Critical National Infrastructures in countries that face the greatest challenges.

www.icspa.org