Unfortunately, the lecture scheduled for 13 March has had to be postponed.
We are currently exploring dates in the autumn.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Discussion between Paul Chichester (National Cyber Security Centre) and H.E. Tiina Intelmann (Estonian Ambassador to the UK) at the National Cyber Security Academy, University of South Wales, Newport City campus. Register here to receive further details.
As we use the internet more and more in our daily lives, cyber security plays a vital role in protecting our online interactions.
Estonia is a world leader in cyber security, and is home to the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. The Welsh government’s new international strategy highlights cyber security as a key sector to help to showcase the wide range of opportunities Wales has to offer as a leading hub in the fast-growing cyber security sector.
Reflecting on the experiences of both nations, Paul Chichester of the National Cyber Security Centre, and H.E. Tiina Intelmann, Estonian Ambassador to the UK, will consider the challenges and opportunities in the world of cyber security.
Paul Chichester is Director Operations of the National Cyber Security Centre. He has worked in the UK government intelligence and security community for over 25 years in a variety of offensive and defensive cyber roles. Paul was awarded the MBE in 2005 for his ground-breaking work in cyber.
H.E. Tiina Intelmann is the Estonian Ambassador to the UK. Previously, she was the Permanent Representative of Estonia to the United Nations in New York from 2005 to 2011 and was the President of the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court from December 2011 until December 2014. Until 2017, she was the Head of the European Union Delegation to Liberia.