Cyber security, jobs and skills - Have you got what is needed?

University of Bedfordshire Student Chapter University of Bedfordshire Evidence Talks This event has been organised by the University of Bedfordshire CST School together with the BCS Student Chapter / Beds Computing SU Society

DateTuesday 19 Nov 2019
Time

18:30-20:00

RegistrationPlease register for this event
Location

Room A004, Park Square Campus, University of Bedfordshire, University Square, Luton LU1 3JU

Please see https://www.beds.ac.uk/contactus/directions/ for campus location, directions and parking areas around the University. Parking is available in the Shopping Mall directly across the road (Church Street) from the University.

On arrival, please report to the Park Square Campus Reception (this is off Park Street)

Car parking space may be available in front of the Park Square reception area. If you require parking space, please contact Sue Brandreth at sbrandreth150@googlemail.com with your name, and car registration number.

For further details, contact paul.sant@beds.ac.uk

SpeakerElizabeth Sheldon, Co-Founder Executive Director, Evidence Talks Ltd. (part of the CCL Group)
Abstract

This talk will focus on the Cybersecurity Industry in the UK and why you should consider it a career worth pursuing. The speaker will take a look at the current stare of the industry in the UK and consider where it is going, and the breadth of jobs available. She will also consider who should select this as their career choice and what skills are needed to succeed.’

Evidence Talks is one of the UK’s leading authorities on forensic computing, servicing clients in the military, law enforcement, intelligence, corporate and legal communities across the world.

At the forefront of technical innovation in digital forensics and intelligence gathering, Evidence Talks has developed several unique proprietary products at its Milton Keynes Research and Development facility, including the two award-winning technologies, SPEKTOR Forensic Intelligence and Remote Forensics.

Profile

Elizabeth Sheldon Elizabeth joined ETL in 2002 with responsibility for financial and business strategy, and has now overall responsibility for business leadership and strategy.

  • Vice President of Security for A|D|S Aerospace, Defence and Security industry of the UK
  • Chair of the Security Advisory Board for Cranfield University
  • Sits on the Security & Resilience Growth Partnership Government committee
  • Sits on European Committee MAGNETO – Multimedia Analysis and correlation EnGine for orgaNised crimE prevenTion and investigatiOn
  • Trustee for Women In International Security (WIIS)
  • Mentor to the Nat West Accelerator in MK
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