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Free National Cyber Security Show at the NEC next week

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If you want to keep up to date on the latest cyber security advice and technology to tackle cyber-crime in your business you might be interested in the 2021 National Cyber Security Show, which is taking place at the NEC from Tuesday 7th to Thursday 9th September.

Staffordshire Police will be supporting colleagues from the West Midlands Regional Cyber Crime Unit in addition to other police force cyber colleagues from West Mercia, Warwickshire and West Midlands Police. The West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre will also be an exhibitor at the show.

It’s free to attend and your ticket will also allow you access to 5 other events - The Security Event, The Fire Safety Event, The Health & Safety Event, The Facilities Event and The Emergency Services Show.

The event features 3 days of free practical seminars offering over 21 hours of certified CPD content, delivered by a line-up of renowned industry experts helping you develop your skills and improve the cyber security of businesses across the region. Experts from the following business will be presenting, the National Cyber Security Centre, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, UKC3 and IASME.

If you’d like to know more you can visit https://www.nationalcybersecurityshow.com/whats-on or search for the National Cyber Security Show in your web browser.

You can register for your free ticket by using the following link https://www.nationalcybersecurityshow.com/west-midlands-rccu-visitor-pass
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Adrian Price (Police, PCSO, South Staffordshire)

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