Wednesday 09 September 2020
UKAuthority Live Event running for 1.5hrs (11:00 to 12:30) on each of three consecutive mornings: 9, 10, & 11 September 2020
Have cyber criminals taken advantage of Covid-19? And if so, how has this impacted the public sector's ability to deliver services to our citizens?
The current pandemic has starkly illustrated the power of data and the vital nature of efficient health and public services. Indeed, the amazing ability of teams across the country to harness data and digital, to move rapidly to meet user need, has demonstrated the underpinning nature of technology in our society today.
But has the COVID-19 pandemic also provided the cyber criminal with a new attack vector? How can we reinforce our cyber defences to keep sensitive data safe and vital public services running? When it comes to cyber resilience can we always be one step ahead of the attacker?
This event is free to attend for the public sector and accredited for five hours CPD
Speakers and agenda
The agenda for this event will be finalised shortly. Contact Helen Olsen Bedford if you are a public sector organisation interested in sharing your story with the UKAuthority community: [email protected]
Partnership & Speaking Opportunities
Contact Helen Olsen Bedford to discuss how your organisation can be involved with this event and showcase cyber resilience: [email protected]
Who should attend?
All those involved in harnessing data and digital technologies in the current response to COVID-19 and the future running of our public services. Including, but not limited to, NHS, Police and Local Authority Chief Information Officers, Heads of IT, Assistant and Chief Executives, Members, Heads / Leaders in Digital and Data, Heads / Leads of Customer Services, Transformation or Change.
UKAuthority has full editorial control of this event thanks to support from our partners. By registering for this event you agree to the sharing of your name, organisation, job title and work email address with the UKAuthority editorial team and partner organisations hosting this event. If you do not wish this information to be shared, please let us know direct by emailing: [email protected]