The UK government's flagship cyber security event

13 - 15 May, ICC Birmingham

CYBERUK 2024: Future Tech, Future Threat, Future Ready

CYBERUK is the UK government's flagship cyber security event, hosted by the National Cyber Security Centre. It convenes over 2,000 cyber security leaders and professionals each year for networking, knowledge exchange, and collaboration.

For the first time, CYBERUK is coming to the West Midlands and its thriving cyber community.

Join international leaders and technical experts at the ICC Birmingham from 13 - 15 May to examine the theme 'Future Tech, Future Threat, Future Ready'. Learn about cutting edge developments, and explore how your peers plan to respond quickly to the threats and opportunities of rapidly developing technology.

Places are selling out fast for CYBERUK 2024 - make sure to secure your ticket today.

One of the most worthwhile and best organised government conferences I've attended.

The Rt Hon Tom Tugendhat, UK Home Office Security Minister

Why should I attend?

Network with 2,000+ cyber security leaders and technical professionals

Hear from 100+ expert speakers about the threat landscape, resilience and more

Meet 150+ sponsors and exhibitors, for collaboration, learning and innovation

Attend 10+ hours of exclusive and dedicated networking events around the city 

A look back at CYBERUK 2023

Really enjoyed the event - was absolutely superb, so professional and energising!

Claire Fry, Director Functional Integration, MOD

Previous speakers

Join us in Birmingham...

For the first time, CYBERUK is coming to the West Midlands.

The region has a rich history of innovation dating back to the UK's first industrial revolution. From chocolate production to automotive R&D, strong business networks underpin this area of the UK, including a thriving cyber community.

Birmingham specifically is hailed as the birthplace of heavy metal, and is a key destination for any Black Sabbath and Judas Priest fans. It is also home to the iconic Birmingham Bull, the visual emblem of CYBERUK 2024.

A mechanical version of the bull was the centrepiece of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, and you can now find it in Birmingham New Street train station - standing a whopping 33ft tall!

CYBERUK 2023 was an exceptionally well executed event. Tackling cyber challenges requires partnership across the public and private sectors, and this conference was one of the best examples of this partnership in action I have seen to date.

Mike Maddison, CEO, NCC Group