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NCSS 2023

30 APRIL - 2 MAY 2024

CREST Workshops

National Cyber Security Show

CREST Workshops

Developing Technical Cyber Security Skills

CRESTCREST has partnered with National Cyber Security Show and will be offering free-to-attend workshops across all three days of the event, focusing on strategies to tackle cyber threats and attacks, and prevention strategies to implement and get ahead of cyber attackers.

These hands-on and interactive workshops will give you a clear insight into proactive approaches to combating modern cyber threats.

In addition, these sessions will allow those preparing for CREST examinations to exercise their skills, and improve capabilities in line with the certification framework. 

25 Apr 2023
  1. CREST Workshop 4-9A
    • CREST Workshop 4-9A

    Located in room 4-9A - near the CREST stand /L1

    Workshop Subject matter: Mick Reynolds and Tim Haines from SecAlliance and members of the CREST Threat Intelligence Professionals (CTIPs) group will give a brief explanation of an analytical technique known as ‘Cones of Plausibility’. This will be followed by a short collaborative exercise, using this technique, aimed at crowd-sourcing different views on the how the cyber threat landscape is likely to evolve in the next 12 months. At the end of the exercise, participants will be invited to present their findings, if they wish to do so.


26 Apr 2023
  1. CREST Workshop 4-9A
    • CREST Workshop 4-9A

    Located in room 4-9A - near the CREST stand /L1

    Conducting regular security incident response tabletop exercises prepares your organisation for ransomware or other types of cyber-attacks. Just having an incident response team to deal with cyber threats is not adequate anymore. Simulation exercises are vital to the wellbeing of any business today.

    You will be part of an interactive tabletop exercise where we simulate a scenario to work through. Social engineering being a key part of the incident.

    Just bring an open mind, a phone, have some fun and work through a series of multiple-choice questions where you work through a scenario. 

    The session will provide you with the tips you need to go back to your business and evaluate your organisations preparedness in the event of an Incident.



CRESTCREST is a not-for-profit accreditation and certification body representing the technical information security industry.

CREST provides internationally recognised accreditations for organisations providing technical security services and professional-level certifications for individuals providing vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, cyber incident response, threat intelligence and security operations centre (SOC) services.

CREST Member companies undergo regular and stringent assessment, whilst CREST-certified individuals undertake rigorous examinations to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skill and competence.

To ensure currency of knowledge in fast-changing technical security environments the certification process is repeated every three years. 

Visit CREST's website for more information.

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