Malware awareness and training at the University of Gloucestershire

In partnership with the British Computer Society's Chartered Institute for IT, the University of Gloucestershire invites people to discover efficient ways to protect themselves online from malware and other cyber attacks.

By Kaleigh Pritchard  |  Published
Head to the University of Gloucestershire for an insightful talk explaining how to protect yourself from cyber attacks this October 2023.

Protecting your digital world is incredibly important, especially with cyber attacks becoming increasingly more common.

The University of Gloucestershire is inviting attendees to join speaker Alex Cameron, a cyber architect and part time PhD student, for a crash course in malware awareness and training.

Taking place at the university's Park Campus in Cheltenham on Wednesday 11 October 2023 from 6.30pm until 7.30pm, the event will consist of an informative talk from Cameron, before moving onto a question and answer session. 

Covering everything from suspicious emails and dodgy attachments, to antimalware systems and indicators of compromise (IOC's), specialising in SIEM engineering, secure code analysis, malware defence and security architecture, Cameron's talk will showcase what real-life attacks look like using simulation training formats, to help people make an attacker's job much harder.

This event is hosted in collaboration with the British Computer Society's Chartered Institute for IT and is being run by its Cheltenham and Gloucester branch.

Tickets are FREE and can be booked via Eventbrite.


Malware awareness and training


Wednesday 11 October 2023


From 6.30pm until 7.30pm


Tickets are free via Eventbrite

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