Every day brings news of yet another major cyber breach. From TalkTalk to Tesco Bank businesses are being attacked as never before. Cyber vigilance and foresight is clearly more important than ever. In June 2016 Computer Weekly reported that; "UK businesses reported losses of £1,079,447,765 in the past year, according to figures released by Get Safe Online and the UK's national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre Action Fraud." – This is a 22% increase on the previous year, and all the signs are that the situation is set to deteriorate further. Our dependence on websites, mobile technology, ITC platforms and electronic money transfer systems means that each of us are vulnerable to those intent on causing disruption, criminality and reputational damage. Understanding what steps we need to take can increase resilience, peace of mind as well as protect our business and reputation. 

ICBCS London 2018 is one way to help you and your business address the knowledge deficit. Cyber resilience is a state of mind. This event is for those individuals and organisations who recognise that two of the greatest dangers of all are ignorance and complacency. We invite thought leaders and specialists in the field of business, cyber security and other related areas such as foresight planning, public policy, and social and behavioural sciences, as well as companies, industry consultants, analysts and practitioners to attend ICBCS London 2018. By being proactive now you can possibly prevent a whole heap of trouble in the future.

Why you should attend ICBCS London 2018

Gain fresh insights & advice from leading figures who understand the business dynamic

Improve your knowledge and understanding of an ever growing threat

Meet and network with leading business practitioners

Be a part of an event that is set to grow in importance with each passing year

Key conference themes

ICBCS London 2018 is particularly keen to see participation by representatives from the following sectors: Financial Services, the Public Utilities (water, gas, electricity etc.) and Healthcare Provision.

  •  Cyber Security in Public Utilities
  •  Cyber Security in the Public Sector
  •  Financial and Fraud Analysis