October 14th 2020

Conference Agenda

Time

Session

10:00

Launch of the Online Summit

Chair's introduction

10:10

Morning welcome address

Matt Warman MP, Minister for Digital Infrastructure

10:30

Sponsor Case Study

10:50

Panel Discussion

Securing Cyber Diversity and Skills 

- Government's work to boost cyber start-ups

Boosting risk awareness and secure behaviours through knowledge development

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

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

Speakers: 

Professor Awais Rashid, Professor of Cyber Security, University of Bristol 

Professor Liz Bacon, Deputy Principal & Deputy Vice Chancellor, Abertay University 

Mahbubul Islam, Director, The Security Institute 

Shelton Newsham, Manager, Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit 

11:30

Break 

12:00

Stream keynote

Owning your organisation's digital profile

  • How can C-suite inspire new strategies?
  • What factors must they consider when implementing security measures?

Amie Alekna, Senior Security Advisor and Head of Security and Privacy, Ministry of Justice 

12:15

Content TBA

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Launch of the afternoon session

Chair's opening remarks

14:10

Inspecting Police Efforts Against Cybercrime

• Assessing the changing landscape of cyber law enforcement

• How to identify threat actors and their motivations

• The role of collaboration in the fight against cybercrime

Mike Hulett, Head of Technologies & Capabilities, National Cyber Crime Unit, NCA

14:30

Panel 

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

Dan Patefield, Head of Programme, Cyber and National Security, techUK 

Tony Stower, Director of External Engagement, 5Rights Foundation

15:15

 

Chair's closing remarks

15:30

End of day 1 content

Conference Agenda Stream1

Time

Session

 

11:00

Launch of day two morning session

Chair's morning introduction

11:15

Stream keynote

Building healthy cybersecurity 

  • As we become increasingly reliant on the 'Internet of Things', what are the risks across an growing numbe rof data points in our personal and professional lives?

11:30

Content TBA

12:15

Lunch 

14:00

Launch of the afternoon session

Chair's opening remarks

14:10

Stream keynote 

How at risk is public sector data?

14:30

Panel session

Boosting cyber skills in law enforcement

  • Building collaboration in the fight against cybercrime
  • The changing remit of cyber law enforcement

Rebecca Chapman, Director, North East Business Resilience Centre 

Commander Karen Baxter, NPCC Coordinator for Economic Crime, City of London Police

 

15:15

Chair's closing remarks

15:30

 

Close of day 2 content

Time

Session

11:00

Launch of day three morning session

Chair's opening remarks

 

11:15

Stream keynote

Can we 'patch' a society

  • Examining the vulnerabilities of the 'social layer' of civil   society to cyber attacks. 
  • A set of recommendations to help civil society secure itself in cyberspace.

Dr. David Gioe, Director of Studies, Cambridge Security Initiative 

11:45

Content TBA

12:30

Lunch

14:00

Launch of afternoon session

Chair's reflective remarks 

14:15

Panel 

Strategic implications of the cyber domain

  • Capacity-building for successful cyber influence.
  • What are the solutions to ideological confrontations in cyberspace?
  • Connectivity: we're not just closer to our friends now.

Lord Artbuthnot of Edrom, Chairman of the Information Security Advisory Council 

Carl Miller, Research Director Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Demos 

Amo Kalar, Head of Strategic Influence, Cyber, Foreign & Commonwealth Office

15:00

Closing keynote address

15:20

Chair's closing remarks 

15:30

End of day three content

End of Summit