Cybersecurity 2022 and beyond – implementing the government strategy

Day 1
15 Sep 2017

Chair’s welcoming remarks

Our regular chairman, David Bicknell, welcomes all delegates, sponsors, and speakers to our conference and sets out the day’s agenda.

David Bicknell
David Bicknell
Principal Analyst, Technology Thematic Research
GlobalData


The Government Cyber Security Strategy

We begin our conference with a keynote from a leading government cyber security figurehead putting into context the new UK Government cyber security strategy.

The future of the cyber security profession

Jessica Figueras, Vice Chair of the UK Cyber Security Council presents an update on their recent activities and share insight from their work across the sector.

Jessica Figueras
Jessica Figueras
Vice-chair
UK Cyber Security Council


Cyber security and managed service providers

Many organisations rely on Managed Service Providers to provide essential digital services such as outsourcing an organisation’s IT or managing key business processes. Managed Service Providers play a critical role in the modern global digital economy. However, when these suppliers are providing critical services at scale, their vulnerabilities may present a threat to the security and stability of key parts of the economy.

This session focuses on some the information around tackling these vulnerabilities and forging a stronger and more secure offering for public sector organisations.

Cyber Security in Action

In this session we hear from one of the countries leading cybersecurity suppliers with insight into their activity in helping to secure the public sector against cybercrime.

11:00 - 11:20

MORNING COMFORT BREAK

Cyber security in the supply chain

Government is rightly concerned about the risk to its security when a supplier is compromised. What should public sector cybersecurity providers be doing to assure the security of their own operations?

Cyber Security in Action

In this session we hear from one of the countries leading cybersecurity suppliers with insight into their activity in helping to secure the public sector against cybercrime.

Supporting citizens affected by cybercrime

Cybercrime is touching the lives of more and more ordinary citizens, particularly the most vulnerable in our society. What are the threats, and what can public bodies do to help?

Helen Fairfax-Wall
Helen Fairfax-Wall
Head of Digital and Fraud Policy
Which?


Government Cyber Security Case Study

This session see a case study presented on central government cyber security activity and projects.

13:00 - 13:50

LUNCHTIME NETWORKING BREAK

Data-driven cybersecurity

The most sophisticated organisations are increasingly using data to predict and detect cyber attacks. This panel discusses the possibilities, and what’s involved.

Cyber Security Case Study

This session see a case study presented on public sector cyber security activity and projects.

Addressing the challenges of hybrid working

Two years of a global pandemic has radically changed norms and expectations when it comes to remote and hybrid working. How have organisations adapted their cybersecurity practices to address the greater challenges?

 

CYBER SECURITY IN ACTION

In this session we hear from one of the countries leading cybersecurity suppliers with insight into their activity in helping to secure the public sector against cybercrime.

Stress and burnout in the Security Operation Centers

Security Operation Centre staff workloads have increased during the pandemic, driven by a higher volume of attacks, more sensitive event detection and higher executive awareness. What can you do to tackle stress and burnout, and promote a healthy and effective working culture?

Chair’s Summary

Our chair, David Bicknell, summarises some of the of the sessions that you have heard throughout the event.

David Bicknell
David Bicknell
Principal Analyst, Technology Thematic Research
GlobalData


16:15 - 17:00

DRINKS RECEPTION