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ISPA Cyber Security Working Group and Workshop

March 18 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

| ISPA Members only

The first ISPA Cyber Security Working Group meeting of 2020 is taking place on the afternoon of Wednesday March 18th from 2-5pm at ISPA’s offices, 69 Wilson Street, EC2A 2BB.

The meeting will include an update on the various live cyber security policy initiatives, plan ISPA activity and feature speakers from our partners SonicWall.

A full agenda will be sent round in due course but will include the following:

  • Update on some of the key cyber security policy initiatives with the potential to affect members (eg: Telecoms Security Requirements, incentives review, IoT regulation, etc)
  • Discuss and plan the group’s cyber security priorities for the year ahead
  • Hear from a couple of external industry and government speakers
  • SonicWall presentation

This event is for ISPA members only, if you wish to attend, please RSVP to


March 18
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
ISPA Members only
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69 Wilson street
London, EC2A 2BB
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