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Cyber 2019


                                     20-21 June, 2019 



Registration is open for the annual Chatham House Cyber conference, taking place on 20-21 June this year. The event will draw on Chatham House’s international networks to bring together senior policymakers, security experts and leading industry figures, to address the key challenges in cybersecurity and policy approaches to governance, protection and accountability.

Speakers so far include:

·         Damian Collins MP, Chair, Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee

·         Helen Evans, Head, Cyber Crime Policy, Home Office

·         Ambassador Marina Kaljurand, Chair, Global Commission on Stability of Cyberspace

·         James Dipple-Johnstone, Deputy Commissioner of Operations, Information Commissioner's Office

Read the agenda and see speakers: https://cht.hm/2Trmkau

Book your place online: https://cht.hm/2UufvRS

Contact: For more information or help with your registration, please contact Boudicca Georgii Hellberg on +44 (0)20 7314 2785 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



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