A truly diverse event
We are committed to ensuring that diversity is at the heart of CyberUK 2018.
This means ensuring that we have diversity of thought in the programme, speakers and amongst attendees, and that we provide a positive learning and sharing experience for all participants.
There will be equal opportunity and respect given to all attendees, speakers, organisers and facilities staff – irrespective of gender, race, ethnicity, neurodiversity, disability, age, nationality, national origin, sexuality, religion or marital status.
We will take a zero tolerance policy towards harassment and to any behaviour that leads others to feel uncomfortable at our event.
This policy covers all aspects of CyberUK, from the keynote speeches, to informal chats and participation in online discussion.
If you have any concern about inappropriate behaviour you witness at the event, please report this anonymously by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will look into this and respond appropriately.
“In cyber security, diversity isn’t just a numbers game. Our adversaries are diverse and inventive and we need to ensure we don’t end up with a monoculture response”.
Dr Ian Levy, NCSC Technical Director
You can download the NCSC Code of Conduct here or from the 'download' tabs above.