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About this event

Rapidly evolving, complex systems run many aspects of society, often operating as a ‘black-box’. As these have evolved, the skills required to secure and maintain them have also grown in complexity. Given the fast moving background, how can we produce suitably skilled, technically informed graduates and post-graduates to deal with security and resilience issues?

Professor Bill Lee and Dr Bill Proud are hosting this breakfast briefing to discuss the issues and solutions for ensuring we can produce graduates and post-graduates to address these security challenges.


08:30am start – breakfast and networking. 

09:00am onwards – briefings from Dr Bill Lee (Imperial) and guest (t.b.c.), followed by Q&A and general discussion, chaired by ISST Co-Director, Professor Bill Lee.

10:00am – formal close and chance for further networking


Room 127/128, Huxley Building, South Kensington.

The entrance to the Huxley building can be found at 180 Queen’s Gate. The nearest Underground station is Gloucester Road.

Who should attend?

This event will be of relevance to anyone working in industy, government and academia with an interest in the security and resilience skills pipeline. This could include education practitioners or those that have a need for security and resilience skill sets in their organisation.

How to Register

If you are interested in attending, please contact d.swinscow-hall@imperial.ac.uk