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UKC3-recognised local cyber security cluster for Kent and Medway

Recognised by UKC3, KMCC develops the cyber security ecosystem across the Kent and Medway region

UKC3 is the DSIT-funded national body for local cyber security clusters, and KMCC is the sole recognised cluster for the Kent and Medway region.

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March 16, 2024

KMCC Launches with Valentine’s Day Event at University of Kent 

The 14th February, the 2024 Valentine’s Day, marked a significant milestone for the cyber security community in Kent and Medway, with...
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December 31, 2023

2023-24 iCSS-KMCC-KMCS3 CyberAnything Competition

Together with the University of Kent’s Institute of Cyber Security for Society (iCSS) and KMCS3 (Kent & Medway Cyber Security Student Society),...
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December 22, 2023

ISC2-iCSS-KMCC 1MCC cyber security certification campaign

Just before the 2023 Christmas, together with the Institute of Cyber Security for Society (iCSS), University of Kent and ISC2,...
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KMCC's main aim is to develop the local cyber security ecosystem across Kent and Medway. It focusses on the following three areas:

KMCC aims to work closely with a range of partners and stakeholders such as local authorities and national public bodies, local and national businesses, local higher education institutions (HEIs) and schools. Nationally, KMCC works closely with UKC3 and other local/regional cyber security clusters to contribute to the development of the cyber security ecosystem throughout the UK.

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