See Graham Cluley, Jenny Radcliffe and others talking security in the UK this May


A couple of years ago I had a terrific time travelling up and down the UK, talking about computer security on the Foursys SecureTour.

Well, it was so much fun that I’m going to do it again! And it’s not just me, on the nationwide tour you’ll also get to hear from experts at Sophos, Rapid7, Clearswift, ForeScout, Foursys, Secunia and Forcepoint, as well as psychological pen-tester and people hacker extraordinaire Jenny Radcliffe.

Foursys SecureTour

The blurb for my keynote reads as follows:

Graham Cluley describes the lies he was told and the lessons he learnt while working in the anti-virus industry for over two decades.”

Sounds juicy, eh? Well, the only way you can find out more is by signing up for one of the five events on the tour.

Here are the dates and locations for the Foursys SecureTour 16. If you want more information or to register your interest in these free events, click on the links.

I look forward to seeing some of you there!

Oh, and don’t worry if you live on the other side of the planet and can’t make it to the UK for May. In March I will be in Australia, keynoting at the CSO Perspectives Roadshow. More details of those events in Melbourne and Sydney can be found here.

And if you’re not going to be able to make it to either the UK or Australian events, you can always check out where else I will be speaking in the coming months on my public speaking page.


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