The UK Cyber Security Forum represents small companies who are actively working in cyber security across the UK. It is completely free to join for these small companies and we now have more than 500 core members across the country.
If you are a small company working in cyber security then please do apply to join the Forum by contacting us. We will add you to our distribution list so you receive information about opportunities and events. We will also put you in contact with any Cluster in your vicinity and invite you to join the closed LinkedIn discussion group.
We help volunteers from the Forum to organise regular regional networking meetings, or "Cluster Meetings", in their area. This enables members across the country to meet up, network and share best practice. You can see the location of the current Clusters here.
The Forum represents all the small companies at a national level. You do not need to be located near a Cluster to be a member of the Forum. Highlighting barriers to growth, promoting small company capabilities, the Forum also acts as a central contact for organisations who are looking for partners or suppliers from within the small company population.
On 2nd October 2014 the Forum and ADS, an Aerospace and Defence trade association, announced they would be working together in a number of areas. This includes the sponsorship of security clearance for companies within the UK Cyber Security Forum and a number of other benefits. For further details please see the press release.
Any organisation can apply to join the Forum as an Associate Member. Membership rates and benefits can be seen here.
The UK Cyber Security Forum can assist with Capability Sourcing and supply chain management.