Join us for this unmissable event for public services - UKAuthority Public Sector Cyber Forum, 20 September, London
In the public sector we routinely handle and work with highly sensitive information about the people we serve in today’s digital world.
How can we ensure that we protect that data? What are the basic cyber security steps your organisation must take? What does good cyber hygiene look like? And what role do data, analytics, AI and machine learning have to play in alerting, predicting and fixing attacks?
The moving threat vector means that this job will never be 'done', we will always be working against ever changing and ever more sophisticated attack. How do we work together to maximise effort and successfully respond to cyber-attack? And does GDPR both usefully focus attention on keeping data safe and drive the issue up an organisation's priority list?
We will be exploring these questions and more on 20 September at UKAuthority Cyber Leadership - we invite you to join us to learn, debate and share your knowledge and experience.
This important event is free to attend for the public sector
Who should attend? Anyone responsible for the safe handling and use of citizen and sensitive information in their organisation, including:
Heads and Senior Leaders of IT, Digital and Technology Infrastructure, Cyber and Resilience, Customer Services, Transformation or Change, Finance, Strategy & Corporate Services, Assistant and Chief Executives, and Members.
Speakers and agenda will be announced shortly
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