Event Details

Our neurodivergent population has so much to contribute to the world of cyber security, but few people are aware of the roles and resources available.

Cyber Security Challenge UK, supported by the Cyber Neurodiversity Group, is pleased to be running the next Neuro:Cyber 2 event. This is part of a series of events designed to grow the engagement, inclusion and understanding of neurodivergent people whose skills are so suited to cyber.

The UK Cabinet Office Deputy Director for the National Cyber Security Strategy, Mark Sayers, will lead the agenda which will bring together top industry insights from our sponsors, Northrop Grumman, BT and Titania, among others including the National Crime Agency (NCA), alongside an afternoon of interactive workshops and showcase activities.

Hiring managers, HR professionals from STEM industries as well as parents and teachers are encouraged to attend to get a better understanding of what’s involved in implementing, and joining, an internal neuro programme. Attendees will also be invited to join in our closing panel discussion on determining discussion points for our Leaders Breakfast in London on 5 December 2018.

Learn more about steganography with KRASHLABS and join a platform demo with Immersive Labs. HEXGeneration will also be there to guide young people through cyber careers activities.


Master of Ceremonies, UK Cabinet Office Deputy Director for the National Cyber Security Strategy, Mark Sayers


HR Processes – an essential session for hiring managers and HR professionals in STEM industries to broaden their understanding of what’s involved in implementing an internal neuro programme and what their organisation need to know.

Panel – a panel discussion dedicated to determining the future of our HUB and how best to drive a national framework that has the power to affect real change. All attendees are welcome to participate in this panel session that will also drive discussion points for the ‘Leaders’ Breakfast’ taking place in London on 5 December 2018.

Sponsors: Northrop Grumman, BT and more