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The SASIG (Security Awareness Special Interest Group) is a strong networking community for thousands of cybersecurity professionals, supporting the development of the industry through a series of physical events, webinars and masterclasses. The SASIG provides an environment where security professionals across all sectors can gather together privately to explore contentious and challenging cybersecurity issues in greater detail.
A safe space
The SASIG is committed to providing a space for cybersecurity professionals to gather safely and freely exchange views and concerns about the issues of affecting the industry.
With SASIG membership restricted to industry frontliners only, its events are a non-sales space, exclusively made up of security professionals with the exception of its vetted supporters who contribute to the community.
The SASIG enforces the Chatham House Rule at all of its physical events and members-only webinars.
The intention of the SASIG is to create a community, and therefore it fosters an environment of supportiveness, informality and inclusivity.
Advancing industry knowledge
The SASIG’s goal is to improve trust in the online environment and to harbour that trust it is committed to education and knowledge sharing throughout the community.
Its webinars and events feature high-calibre speakers
With a focus on professional development, The Security Institute members earn two CPD points for every hour learning at a SASIG webinar, and ISACAmembers earn CPE points for every webinar they attend.
Improving trust in the online environment
The Security Awareness Special Interest Group is really quite special and much-loved by thousands of cybersecurity professionals and others in the UK and beyond. It offers a subscription-free networking and thought-leadership forum for the industry. All of its activities are free to attend, covering the topics at the forefront of all members’ minds. It examines both the technical and the softer cybersecurity issues.
Membership now represents hundreds of organisations of all sizes from across the world and from all sectors, public and private, drawn from CISOs and other decisions makers and influencers who are responsible for security in their organisations.
You can see some of SASIG’s upcoming events for January here.
You can also register your interest to attend Big SASIG, their flagship in-person conference and exhibition on 18 May, here: https://event.bigsasig.com/