CyberIsle 2023: Isle of Man’s premier cyber security conference

Cyberisle, the Isle of Man’s premier cyber security conference, will return for its fifth year on October 4th 2023.

The full programme for this year’s cybersecurity conference is now available online.

On the day there will be 16 panels and presentations including ‘Apollo 13 and the art of cybersecurity’, ‘Minds and Machines’, and ‘5 things your small business can do to stay secure’.

Now in its 5th year, the conference will feature speakers from a wide range of organisations from the Isle of Man, Jersey, and the UK.

The presentations cover practical advice for small businesses, Artificial Intelligence, and deception techniques used by criminals.

Speakers include Martin Smith MBE (Chairman and Founder of Security Awareness Special Interest Group), a representative from the UK National Cyber Security Centre, Dave Cartwright (Chief Information Security Officer CISO and Head of IT Risk and Operations at Santander International).

Lee Williamson (CISO, EIP Limited) will also be part of the conference, as will Dr Francis Gaffney (Senior Director at Mimecast), Peter Allwright (Head of Suntera Forensics) and Kurt Schrauwen (Director at Riela Group).

The event is free to attend, with tickets and the full agenda available on the Cyberisle website.

The event, organised by the Office of Cyber-Security and Information Assurance, aims to bring together cybersecurity, compliance and IT professionals alongside the general public.


Channel Eye Media is advertising this event for a third party. The event is not promoted, or endorsed by Channel Eye Media unless specifically stated.


Oct 04 2023


8:15 am - 5:00 pm


No charge


Comis Hotel, Isle of Man
Mount Murray Back Road, Douglas, IM4 2HT, Isle of Man


Office of Cyber Security & Info. Assurance
+44 1624 685557

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