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Speakers announced for CyNam 20.3

Organisers of the latest CyNam event Staying Ahead of Cyber Criminals have revealed its headline speakers.

The line-up for the latest event organised by the Cyber Cheltenham organisation includes industry experts from Microsoft, central government and RipJar.

Exploring the theme of how the cyber crime threat is being fought on technical and operational levels, the virtual event will run from 7-9pm on October 22.

Delegates will have the opportunity to hear the latest on local and national initiatives including a student showcase and content from exciting local cyber scale-ups, as well as engage in discussions with other attendees.

Recently announced keynote talks and panel discussions include Transforming Cyber Threat Intelligence with by Ripjar chief executive Jeremy Annis and Don Smith, director of the Counter Threat Unit at Secureworks.

A talk on Exploiting a Crisis: How Microsoft Disrupted the Cybercriminals will be led by the company's chief security advisor Sarah Armstrong-Smith and assistant general council Matt Lundy.

James Muir, threat intelligence research lead at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, is set to discuss Ransomware's Perfect Storm and a student showcase will be led by GCSE student and CyberFirst Student ambassador Lauren Bennett.

With further talks to be announced, you are invited to sign up for the event at https://cynam.org.

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