Beginning Wednesday, 28 February 2018 09:00
End Wednesday, 28 February 2018 20:00
Location Wales House Rond-Point Schuman 11, 1040, Brussels, Belgium
Event fees British Chamber members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)

The Welsh Government, with support from the Department of International Trade, is organising a Welsh Cyber Trade Mission to Brussels.  Throughout the day, there will be several networking opportunities that will allow you to be introduced to diverse Welsh Cyber companies and their solutions that may be of interest. All businesses need cyber security awareness, processes, training and certification to ensure compliance with EU legislation coming into force very soon. 

 

Wales is the largest cyber security hub in the United Kingdom home to over 3,000 home-grown and multinational tech companies, including some of the big names such as BT and Airbus Defence & Space and General Dynamics.

 

The Welsh representation will be welcoming a trade delegation of over 15 companies, including academic representatives from leading Welsh Universities in Cyber. From the EU side, Sir Julian King, European Commissioner for the Security Union will express his views on the security necessities in Europe and from NATO.

 

Participating companies in Brussels will be; Acuity DataGuard , Airbus Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Analytics at Cardiff UniversityAirbus DefenceAstrix Integrated Systems , Awen Collective Ltd Capital Network Solution Limited Cardiff University, School of Computer Science & informatics-Social Data Science Lab Crypto Quantique Morgan & Morgan Netconsulting , Pervade Software , Safonda Limited , Swansea University - CHERISH Digital Economy Research Centre  , University of South Wales Wolfberry , Xcina and others...

 

Throughout the day, they will be receiving briefings from the Belgian Cyber Security Cluster (LSEC), the Belgian Federal Cyber Emergency Team (Cert.be), the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECS) and CYBERHIVE, the cyber security program of B-Hive, the Belgian European tech platform.

 

From the EU side, Sir Julian King, European Commissioner for the Security Union will express his views on the security necessities in Europe and from NATO, a representative of the NATO Communications and Information Agency will expand on their upcoming cyber projects within his Agency.

Please note that registration for this event is mandatory. For further information and registration, please email mathieu.vanoverberghe@fco.gov.uk before February 25th


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