HUB: Cyber4Good 2019
Thursday 05 December
Advances in the internet of things, big data and artificial intelligence are creating immense potential for better public services; but they all come with new risks, especially with the growing array of internet connected devices and new sources of data.
Cyber attackers can find new weak points and vulnerabilities, posing a serious threat to the data integrity and operational capabilities of public authorities.
Catch up now: Watch the videos / download the slides below to find out what our public sector and technology speakers had to say about the cyber challenges facing the public sector. The event was supported by UKCloud. Download the event brochure and agenda here.
LoRaWAN & IoT – New Digital Innovation Opportunities & New Cyber Threats
Geoff Connell, head of IMT, Norfolk County Council / Socitm cyber lead (slides)
The digital blue line, insight into the Law Enforcement cyber capability landscape
Simon Clifford, director of digital and data, Police ICT Company (slides)
The Cyber Impact of the Salisbury Novichok Poisoning
Stephen Vercella, head of ICT, Wiltshire Council (slides)
Copeland Cyber-Attack Impacts and Recovery
David Cowan, head of ICT, Copeland Council (slides)
Why should you care about Cyber?
Jamie Cross, adviser, cyber security, Local Government Association (slides)
Cyber Protection – Keeping Pace with the evolving threat
Chris Wright, account director, UKCloud (slides)
The Cyber Assessment Framework V3 – a hitchhikers guide
Stuart Avery, consultant, E2e-assure Ltd (slides)
Schools Don’t Wanna Cry
Mark Bentley, safeguarding & cybersecurity manager, LGfL (slides)
Policy challenges in UK cybersecurity: Understanding the role of evidence
Dr Alex Chung, research fellow, UCL STEaPP (slides)
Cyber & Wider Community Resilience
Bob Kamall, NCSP-local programme manager, MHCLG (slides)
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