Government IT Security Conference
Victoria Park Plaza, London
With cyber risk landscape continually changing and evolving, there is still much work to be done to ensure our vital public services can withstand a severe attack, stay one step ahead and achieve cyber resilience. Securing critical information and assets is crucial for safeguarding against cyber-attacks, and so is ensuring staff are up-to-date with how they can effectively protect and guard the critical information assets of their organisation.
Whitehall Media’s award-winning 7th annual GovSec conference aims to enable the government to function effectively, safely and securely through improved IT and information security to protect the vital services provided by central government, local councils and the NHS. The all-day conference explores how public sector organisations and professionals can make sense of securing their functions in a rapidly changing environment.
Join hundreds of senior cybersecurity, InfoSec and senior managers to discuss the risk landscape, how best to detect and defend against attacks through appropriate skills and capabilities and best practice required to protect critical national systems and networks. Through a series of thought leadership and case study presentations, we showcase the very best examples of how public bodies are building resilience and utilising technology to solve strategic security issues.
“I really enjoyed my first experience of attending this event. The idea of having so many security professionals in place was overwhelming and the speakers were really good and had a vast amount of knowledge in their respective organisations. I have taken back lots of positives from this seminar and would definitely implement some of them.” NORTHWEST LONDON COLLABORATION OF CCGS, IT Security Manager.
Managing Risks and Vulnerabilities
Incident Planning and Response
Best Practices for Cyber Resilience
Chief Digital and Information Officer, Leicestershire County Councilview full profile
Advisory Board, Research Centre in Cyber Security, University of Kent; Visiting Professor, School of Science and Technology, University of Nottinghamview full profile
Head of Digital Identity Management, UK Parliamentary Digital Serviceview full profile
Product Service Owner – Identity and Access Management, UK Parliamentary Digital Serviceview full profile
Deputy Director of Technology Security, Department for Work and Pensionsview full profile