The Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre is hosting an informal open morning on 14 May 2014 from 10-1pm. Our staff will be introducing the centre and its work, which aims to understand how to deliver increases in cyber security capacity in its widest sense.
Numbers for this event will be limited and registration is required.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
About the Centre
Our aim is to understand how to deliver effective cyber security both within the UK and internationally. We will make this knowledge available to governments, communities and organisations to underpin the increase of their capacity in ways appropriate to ensuring a cyber space which can continue to grow and innovate in support of well-being, human rights and prosperity for all. The work of the Centre is focused on developing a framework for understanding what works, what doesn’t work and why – across all areas of cyber security capacity. This is important so that governments and enterprises can adopt policies and make investments that have the potential to significantly enhance safety and security in cyberspace, while also respecting other core values and interests, such as privacy and freedom of expression.
You can find out more details on the Centre from our website and brochure at: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/cybersecurity/