#DMUCyberWeek 2019

This year's #DMUCyberWeek will take place from Monday 25 February to Friday 1 March.

#DMUCyberWeek programme

Date and time



Monday 25 February 

Cyber Careers and Employability Day

(This event is now fully booked)

 DMU Careers Team 

Cyber Technology Institute

with Industry Guests 

 Tuesday 26 February


Security with CheckPoint 

(Register HERE)

Tuesday 26 February


 Red Team CTF competition and

Live Phishing Challenge

(Register HERE)

 Jamie Roderick


 Wednesday 27 February

 Cyber Security with Airbus

(Register HERE)


Thursday 28 February

 Cyber Security in Industry 

(This is event is fully booked)


Friday 1 March

(Morning session)

ZERO DOWN TIME - Cyber Security Strategy Game

(Register HERE)

 Professor Thomas Brandstetter

Limes Security

Friday 1 March

(Afternoon session)

BruCON Capture the Flag Competition

(Register HERE)

 Dr Richard Smith

Other upcoming events

Throughout the year, we host a range of events for local people, small businesses, public sector and other organisations. 

Full details of our upcoming events will be available here and on Twitter: @DMU_CyberTech.

Past events

Capture the Flag Competition with Cyber Security Challenge UK

On Saturday 24 February, we hosted the first Capture the Flag competition of 2018 with Cyber Security Challenge UK. Its safe to say that great fun was had by all!

#DMUCyberWeek2018 - Monday 26 February - Friday 2 March

Another fantastic week of cyber security workshops, presentations and demos this year. We could not do any of this without our fantastic industry partners and friends which this year included Airbus, BT, Deloitte UK and CheckPoint.

What do Cyber Security and Privacy mean to my business? (Part of Leicester Business Festival) - Wednesday 1 November 2017

In this half day session, our experts provided an overview of the significance of cyber security to your company and offered practical guidelines on how you can protect your business information and your clients’ personal data in the changing legal environment.

SSESS2017: Symposium on Software Engineering for Smart Systems - Thursday 21 September 2017

The SSESS symposium was a forum for researchers, practitioners and developers to share their experiences and discuss the latest advances and innovations in software engineering for smart systems


Speakers this year included: Cyber Security Challenge UK; Kevin Jones, Joe Stirland and Adam Wedgbury from Airbus, Ian Mann from ECSC, Keith Cottenden from CY4OR, Thomas Brandstetter from University St. Poelten and Pen-Testing team from Deloitte.

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