Who should attend?

Think Cybersecurity for Government 2020 is the must attend event for professionals involved in Cybersecurity across government and for department heads and policy and decision makers from within local and central government. With a history of compelling agendas and top government and industry speakers, we have been able to attract strong numbers of senior level, public sector delegates at each conference that we create.

If your role requires you to be well informed regarding the latest Cyber issues in the public sector and beyond, to be aware of its various implications or simply to understand better the options open to you and your department then you should be attending Think Cybersecurity for Government.

Regular delegates to our events include

  • C-Suite executives : CTO, CIO, CEO, CFO,
  • Directors: Digital Operations Director, ICT Director, Director for Compliance, Deputy Director General, IT Deputy Director, Digital Cloud Hosting Programme Director, Cyber Security Strategy Director, Director of IT, Director – Finance, Portfolio Director, Managing Director,
  • Department Heads: Head of IT, Head of Information & Records Management Service, Head of Communications, Head of Procurement & Contract Management, Head of Business Applications, Head of IT Security, Head of Operations, Head of ICT Business Performance, Head of Business Intelligence, Head of ICT Services, Head of Procurement, Head of Service, Head of IS Service Delivery, Head of procurement & Supplier Management, Head of Business Engagement, Head of Information and Management & Compliance,
  • Various: Category Specialist, Procurement Category Manager, Vendor Manager, Product Manager, Digital Development Manager, ICT Partner, IT Service Delivery Manager, Infrastructure and Programme Manager, Commercial Solutions Manager, Corporate Records Manager

…. And their reasons for attending.

  • I need to understand in more detail the procurement routes of the various frameworks available to me.
    Commercial Officer – Central Government Agency
  • How to use cloud securely and confidently whilst reaping rewards of the economies available in cloud/public cloud?
    IT Director – Local Government
  • Will cloud system providers be able to meet the market of statutory compliance, and provide competition to legacy systems in the market?
    Technology lead – Local Government
  • I’d like to understand how the NHS can purchase secure cloud storage and services with confidence in terms of value and security and the mechanisms involved. E.g. Framework agreements.
    Director of Information Management – NHS Trust
  • As a council we currently make no use of cloud but we are looking at cloud for office applications (Office 365), cloud for infrastructure/storage and ultimately cloud for applications.
    IT Strategy Director – Local Government
  • Hoping to meet potential suppliers and get a better understanding of their work and business ethics as well as their products and services.
    Information Assurance Office – Local Government
  • A better understanding of how our procurement teams can better utilise the various frameworks.
    Procurement lead – Central Government Agency
  • To learn from the cloud challenges that other government bodies have faced as we begin our journey into cloud and to understand the security issues and become more aware of the changing trends and future developments open to us.
    Strategy Manager – Local Government agency
  • To ensure that my department is up to date regarding the policies surrounding cloud adoption and business transformation.
    Head of ICT Services – Central Government Agency