Cyber Security

Online security is a real and present threat to both public and private sector organisations. Preventing attack, protecting your data, and mitigating risk are key to managing your organisation’s privacy and security, safeguarding your own data and ensuring the security of confidential client information. CIPS has a series of measures and relationships in place designed to help you increase your security and minimise your risk of cyber-attack.


CIPS have worked with HM Government to bring you a 75 min walk through E learning guide that gives an introduction to Cyber Security, how you can manage Cyber Risk in a procurement role and how best to protect commercially sensitive information.

Cyber Security e-Learning

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Effective IT procurement


Thursday 08 March 2018


De Vere Colmore Gate




Members - £450.00 per person
Non-members - £500.00 per person

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From Protecting National security to your day to day procurement and business approach to protecting data, the effect that cyber crime can take on our lives is all too real.  Read through some real life news stories to realise the full impact.

Specialist Knowledge / GDPR

If you would like to enhance your knowledge in the area of Cyber Security or are looking for additional support, detailed below are links to other areas of training and support.

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) due to come into practice on the 25 May 2018, there is never a better time to bring your skills up-to-speed.