Watershed, Bristol             Tuesday 11th October
Watershed, Bristol
Tuesday 11th October

We believe Cyber conferences should be fun and engaging – and open to all regardless of experience. At Bristol & Bath Cyber Conference we explore the industry through fun social engineering & gamification activities, encouraging everyone to participate through interactive events and real-world challenges.


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Chris Pritchard

Adversarial Engineer


Chris has worked in a range of industries, most notably Critical National Infrastructure, and leading edge design and manufacturing (Dyson). Doing so has given Chris a very varied array of knowledge, from pen testing robot vacuum cleaners, to designing and testing secure ICS/OT networks.

Craig Francis

Web Developer

Craig has been developing websites for over 20 years, with a particular focus on improving security for at least 10 years. He gave early feedback on CSP, TrustedTypes, SameSite cookies, and SiteIsolation developments.

Dan Conn

Senior Security Engineer


With over a decade of experience in tech, Dan has spoken at the The Beer Farmers BeerCon events, BSides Lancashire, DTX London, Devoxx Greece, DevOps Days Geneva, State of Open Con, OWASP London and many more. He has also written pieces on AI within tech...

David Varney


Burges Salmon

David is a partner in the Technology and Data team at leading law firm Burges Salmon and advises on a range of cybersecurity, data protection, technology and intellectual property matters for clients across a range of sectors including technology, financial services, media, retail, energy and...

James Woollam

Managing Director

Hayes Parsons

James is the Managing Director and owner of Hayes Parsons Insurance Brokers. James has experience providing insurance and risk management advice across a range of sectors and in recent years has built a specialist tech and cyber insurance team within Hayes Parsons.

Jenny Seaborne

Principal Software Engineer


Jenny is a founding member of the Ladies of Cheltenham Hacking Society which runs technical security meet ups and provides support and networking for women in cyber security. She presented last year at Bristol and Bath CyberCon on bridging the gap between software and security.

Mackenzie Jackson



Mackenzie is a developer and security advocate with a passion for DevOps and application security. As the co-founder and former CTO of the health tech company Conpago, he learned first-hand how critical it is to build secure applications with robust developer operations.

Roman Zhukov

Product Security Manager


Cybersecurity veteran with 13+ years' experience, (ISC)2 CC certified. Expertise spans SDL, DevSecOps, Incident Response, and business development. Led Pentest, Appsec teams; drove Intel's SW Security, product programs. Open Source advocate, public speaker, mentor, Intel Brown belt, OpenSSF contributor, university trainer.

Shubham Dubey

Security Researcher


Shubham is a Security Researcher at Microsoft, committed to securing the windows ecosystem by protecting costumers from different vulnerability targeting Windows kernel, specifically that aims toward processors and enclaves. His expertise is in low level security which includes reverse engineering, exploitation and firmware security.

Stephen Robinson

Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst


Stephen ensures organisations have the information they need to react effectively in the current information security landscape. With a degree in Cybernetics and Virtual Systems, with 20 years of experience working in IT, 10 of which have focused specifically on cybersecurity & threat intelligence.


South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit


The South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit (SWRCCU) investigate cyber crimes affecting South West organisations. We also help organisations become more cyber resilient through free guidance and workshops, and deter people from engaging in cyber crime.

Toni-ann Grant

Principal Security Architect

BT Group

A career spanning nearly 20 years in BT with a several years heading up the Cyber Assessment Labs and having the fun element of being the “Voice of the Future” for BT Global Security Portfolio.

Why you should attend Bristol & Bath Cyber Conference

  • Experience a full day of analysis, speakers, presentations, and workshops that explore the current state and future of the cyber security industry.


  • Hear from leading professionals, practitioners, and academics to explore the issues and challenges, and to celebrate the innovation and enterprise of the Cyber community in the region.


  • It is an opportunity to make new connections, join the discussion and learn about the current challenges, new solutions and the future of Cyber.

Watershed, Bristol

Watershed is a cultural cinema and digital creativity centre in Bristol, championing engagement, imagination and ingenuity, working locally, nationally and globally, Watershed produces work that cuts across film, music, theatre, design, visual art, and the creative and technology sectors.

Part of Bristol Technology Festival

At Bristol Tech Festival we explore the industry through a series of fun social events, encouraging everyone to participate through interactive seminars, workshops and activity spread across the city.