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Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISEC)

CIISec is the natural home for the cyber professional community at every stage of their career and is committed to raising the standard of professionalism in information and cybersecurity. This is achieved through having programmes that support Development, Recognition and Success.

  • Development - CIISec is the place to go for cyber professional development and ethical practice.
  • Recognition - CIISec provides an authoritative voice for the cyber industry and recognition of excellence in practice.
  • Success - CIISec helps you and your business succeed securely in the digital world.

CIISec work to attract talent to the cybersecurity profession and provide a universally accepted focal point for the information cybersecurity profession. It is an independent not-for-profit body representing over 35,000 individuals in the information and cybersecurity industry. Governed by its members, it ensures standards of professionalism for training, qualifications, operating practices and individuals.


E&T is the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) award-winning magazine brand. It covers multi-disciplinary multi-sector aspects with exclusive news, features, and analysis.

Sent in print to 146,500 IET members the magazine also provides articles and up-to-the-minute news online, a daily email newsletter which is delivered to 70,000 people, white papers and webinars available to everyone covering both thought opinion style and niche technical topics.

E&T Jobs has a vibrant recruitment board and the E&T Innovation Awards celebrates our pioneers.

The Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG)

The Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) is a subscription-free networking forum for the cybersecurity industry. Its mission is to improve trust and confidence in the online environment through our regular masterclasses and networking sessions, based on today’s hot topics.

SASIG’s 8,000+ members represent over 2,500 organisations from across the UK and around the world. They are made up of CIOs, CISOs and their staff with responsibility for cybersecurity within their organisations. Professionals from other disciplines (risk, HR, legal, supply, etc) and representatives from government, law enforcement and academia are also being increasingly welcomed.

Founded in 2004, SASIG has established itself as the leading voice in the great cybersecurity debate. Many regard SASIG events as a CISO safe-zone, thus the level of discussion is extraordinarily revealing and rewarding.


techUK is the trade association that brings together people, companies and organisations to realise the positive outcomes that digital technology can achieve. We create a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy and the planet.