UKAuthority Cyber4Good 2019
Thursday 05 December 2019
15 Hatfields London SE1 8DJ
New cyber challenges for the public sector
*** This event is free to attend for the public sector and accredited for 5 hours CPD ***
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.
As organisations adopt the new technologies they will face new challenges in cyber security.
UKAuthority Cyber4Good will be asking questions about what new threats will emerge from the IoT, big data and AI, and exploring the strategies for providing protection and long term resilience across the public sector.
Delegates will receive five hours of CPD accreditation from attending this event.
- Geoff Connell, head of IMT, Norfolk County Council / Past President Socitm
- David Cowan, ICT manager, Copeland Borough Council
- Simon Clifford, director of digital and data, Police ICT Company
- Steve Vercella, head of ICT, Wiltshire Council & Wiltshire Police
- Representative from the Local Government Association
- Case study by UKCloud and public sector speaker
Who should attend?
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.
Partnerships and Customer Success Stories
Contact Helen Olsen Bedford to discuss how you can be involved with this event: email@example.com
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
15 Hatfields is served by a number of mainline (Waterloo, Waterloo East and Blackfriars) and underground services (Waterloo, Southwark and Blackfriars underground stations).
As a venue with high sustainable credentials, there is no car parking.
The following bus routes stop on Blackfriars Bridge: 45, 63, 100. The following bus routes stop on Stamford Street: 381, RV1 (towards London Bridge, for Covent Garden RV1 use Upper Ground stop) A large number of routes stop on Waterloo Road or just by Waterloo station.