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Book your place to attend our second Annual Security Seminar
The seminar will give you an update on the developments of CSSC but we have also arranged several guest speakers including Deputy Chief Constable Chris Haward, who will be talking about security threats; Kirsty Jackson, who is the Cyber Crime officer for Nottinghamshire Police; and Charlie Swanson, who is a business security expert and university lecturer.
The conference is aimed at helping you make your organisation more resilient to the risk of crime. There will also be the opportunity to network with other members of CSSC during the refreshment break. There is no charge to attend and the event is CPD accredited.
The Seminar is being held at 2.30 on Monday 4th November and is generously being hosted at the Offices of Capital One in Nottingham.
Please use the following link to book your tickets.
Sir David Veness CBE QPM speaking at the CSSC Annual Conference in London
Andrew Nicholls speaks at the first CSSC East Midlands Region Seminar