Event type: In-person

UK Cyber Week – Expo & Conference

DSbD will be taking part to UK Cyber Week – Expo & Conference 2024, an event designed to close the knowledge gap between cyber experts and UK business leaders. Policymakers, businesses, IT departments, cyber professionals, law enforcement, software developers, educators, and the media all play a critical role in safeguarding against cyber threats. That’s why DSbD is calling on everyone to join our community and help level up UK cybersecurity.

The event is FREE to attend and brings together world-class experts to demystify jargon, share the latest thinking, and equip attendees with the knowledge they need to protect their businesses. Nuala Kilmartin, Innovation Lead, DSbD will be amongst the speakers at the conference.


Nuala Kilmartin's headshot

Nuala Kilmartin


As Innovation Lead for the Digital Security by Design Programme within InnovateUK, UK Research and Innovation, Nuala is accountable for driving the market development of the challenge and working in partnership with Government, Industry and Academia to gather the real industry benefits to create demand and onboard advocates for this transformational technology. Nuala presently manages the DSbD Technology Access Programme and is delivering the UK and International Engagement Strategy. Nuala has spent over 25 years promoting education/industry integration across the private, public and 3rd sector and has demonstrated expertise in Innovation Consultancy, Funding, Programme Management, Enterprise Development and Strategic Partnership Engagement. Nuala is a STEM and EDI ambassador and is an avid supporter of Women In Tech.


Olympia London
Hammersmith Rd
London W14 8UX

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