July 7th 2020 | Central London

Conference Agenda

Time

Session

09:00

Registration

Refreshments and networking - exhibition opens

 

Grab a coffee and chat with other ICT and cyber professionals

10:00

Chair's morning introduction

10:10

Morning keynote address - Cyber Security under the new Government: What are the Government's priorities?

10:30

Headline sponsor address

10:50

Panel Discussion

Securing Cyber Diversity and Skills 

- Hear success stories where Government has helped boost cyber tech start-ups

- Solutions to make the UK cyber market relfective of the end users it protects. 

- What challenges are we facing to bring more people into cyber?

11:30 

Refreshments and networking break

Choose from one of three Streams

Stream 1

Leadership & Skills

Stream 2

Cyber Health & Data

 

Stream 3

The Human & the Nation State

 

12:00

 

Stream keynote 

Owning your organisation's digital profile

 

Stream keynote

Building healthy cybersecurity 

Stream keynote

Can we 'patch' a society?

12:15

What Makes a True Cyber Leader? 

- Inspiring new strategies

- Considering culture and processes as much as technology

Diagnosing the 'Internet of Things' 

- Keeping ahead of hackers in a connected world

 - Building cost-effective, attack-resilient hardware

Mitigating Human Error 

- Essential components of a cyber security campaign

- Designing for trust in digital environments

- Dynamics and behaviours on the digital platform

- Empowering people to be safe online

13:00

Networking lunch

Exhibition 

Advisory Lounge

Demozone Sponsor

14:00

Stream keynote

Digital Blue Lights 

Inspecting Police Efforts Against Cybercrime 

Stream keynote

How at risk is public sector data? 

 

Stream keynote

Managing risks to Critical National Infrastructure at home and overseas 

14:15

 

Panel Session

Boosting Cyber Skills

- Identifying threat actors and their motivations

- Building collaboration in the fight against cybercrime

- The changing remit of cyber law enforcement

  

Panel Session 

The Role of the Public Sector in Securing Data 

- Governing investigatory powers

- The role of the Private Sector?

- Promoting free choice and safety in cyberspace

Panel Session

Strategic Implications of the Cyber Domain

- Capacity-building for successful cyber influence

- Solutions to ideological confrontations via cyberspace

- Assessing the ‘connectivity paradox’ 

15:00

Refreshments and networking break

15:20

Afternooon keynote address

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of summit

Conference Agenda Stream1

09:00

Registration

Refreshments and networking - exhibition opens

10:00

Chair's morning introduction

10:10

Morning keynote address

10:30

Headline sponsor address

10:50

Panel Discussion

Securing Cyber Diversity and Skills (Morning Panel Discussion)

- Hear success stories where Government has helped boost cyber tech start-ups

- Solutions to make the UK cyber market relfective of the end users it protects. 

- What challenges are we facing to bring more people into cyber?

11:30

Refreshments and networking break

12:00

Stream keynote

Owning your organisation's digital profile

12:15

What Makes a True Cyber Leader? 

- Inspiring new strategies

- Considering culture and processes as much as technology

13:00 

Networking lunch

Exhibition 

Advisory Lounge

Demozone Sponsor

14:00

 

Stream keynote

Digital Blue Lights 

Inspecting Police Efforts Against Cybercrime

14:15

Panel Session

Boosting Cyber Skills

- Identifying threat actors and their motivations

- Building collaboration in the fight against cybercrime

- The changing remit of cyber law enforcement

15:00

Refreshments and networking break

15:20

Afternoon keynote address

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of summit

09:00

Registration

Refreshments and networking - exhibition opens

10:00

Chair's morning introduction

10:10

Morning keynote address - Cyber Security under the new Government: What are the Government's priorities?

10:30

Headline sponsor address

10:50

Panel Discussion

Securing Cyber Diversity and Skills 

- Hear success stories where Government has helped boost cyber tech start-ups

- Solutions to make the UK cyber market relfective of the end users it protects. 

- What challenges are we facing to bring more people into cyber?

11:30

Refreshments and networking break

12:00

Stream keynote

Building healthy cyber security 

12:15

Breakout Session

Diagnosing the 'Internet of Things'

- Keeping ahead of hackers in a connected world

 - Building cost-effective, attack-resilient hardware

13:00

Networking Lunch 

Exhibition

Advisory Lounge

Demozone Sponsor

14:00

Stream keynote

How at risk is public sector data?

 

14:15

Panel Session

The Role of the Public Sector in Securing Data

- Governing investigatory powers

- The role of the Private Sector?

- Promoting free choice and safety in cyberspace

15:00

Refreshments and networking break

15:20

Afternoon keynote address

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of summit

Conference Agenda Stream 3

09:00

Registration

Refreshments and networking - exhibition opens

10:00

Chair's morning introduction

10:10

Morning keynote address - Cyber Security under the new Government: What are the Government's priorities?

10:30

Headline sponsor address

10:50

Panel Discussion

Securing Cyber Diversity and Skills

- Hear success stories where Government has helped boost cyber tech start-ups

- Solutions to make the UK cyber market relfective of the end users it protects. 

- What challenges are we facing to bring more people into cyber?

11.30

Refreshments and networking break

12:00

Stream keynote

Can we 'patch' a society?

12:15

Mitigating Human Error 

- Essential components of a cyber security campaign

- Designing for trust in digital environments

- Dynamics and behaviours on the digital platform

- Empowering people to be safe online

13:00

Networking lunch

Exhibition 

Advisory Lounge

Demozone Sponsor

14:00

Stream keynote

Managing risks to Critical National Infrastructure at home and overseas 

14:15

Panel Session

Strategic Implications of the Cyber Domain

- Capacity-building for successful cyber influence

- Solutions to ideological confrontations via cyberspace

- Assessing the ‘connectivity paradox’ 

15:00

Refreshments and networking break

15:20

Afternoon keynote address

15:50

Chair's closing remarks

16:00

Close of summit