Wales Cyber Safety Bus Tour

The Wales Cyber Safety Bus Tour is coming to Barry on Monday 25 March 2019

  • Thursday, 07 March 2019

    Vale of Glamorgan

Cyber Bus 

The importance of cyber security and the threats posed to businesses and individuals will be highlighted throughout March when a specially equipped cyber information bus is set to tour all 22 unitary authorities in Wales.


Funded by the Welsh Government and managed by Tarian, the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) for Southern Wales along with the North West ROCU, the bus will travel throughout Wales before returning to the Welsh capital on 29 March 2019.


The aim of the initiative is to raise awareness of cyber security for individuals, groups and businesses, delivering key messaging in line with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the UK National Cyber Security Strategy.


The Cyber Safety Bus Tour

Monday 25 March 2019, 12:00pm – 8:00pm

King Square, Barry

The bus will be staffed by bilingual Police Cyber Protect Officers and other cyber security experts as well as partners such as Get Safe Online. 

Tarian Cyber Protect Awareness Presentation

Monday 25 March 2019, 1.00pm and 5.00pm

Barry Library

If you feel you or your business would benefit from an input into the latest cybercrime threats and trends in Wales and how to avoid and mitigate against them to continue operating in a thriving ecosystem then please sign up for the most suitable times. 




Sign up via Eventbrite 


Statistics recently published by Action Fraud reveal that more than £190,000 a day is lost in the UK by victims of cyber-crime. More than a third of victims in that period fell prey to the hacking of social media and email accounts.


Action Fraud also say that £34.6m was reported to be stolen from victims between April and September 2018, a 24% increase on the previous six months.


Figures show that 13,357 people in the UK reported cyber crimes over six months and over 5,000 of those people were hacked via their social media and email accounts, costing victims £14.8m.


Cyber Bus Tour