PSEICT uk

Public Sector Enterprise ICT

1 December 2022

London

PSEICT November 2022 at a glance

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Presentations

The quality has been very high as we’d hoped, we’ve had a lot of people interested in how to advance big data projects.

DELL, Marketing in UK/EMEA.

A very good conference – well done to all involved.

SHOPDIRECT, Lead Data Scientist.

Great event, business focussed, informative with a wide range of speakers that gave a lot of different views and options for me to take away. Thank you and well done.

BT, Chief Architect – DSS Big Data.

I think this is a good way to network with people to hear about what other people are doing and really to get in to the community to see what’s going on outside of your immediate atmosphere.

DAVID STEPHENSON, EBAY CLASSIFIEDS GROUP, Head of Business Analytics.

It’s been fantastic, we’ve met a great number of people, they are really good quality, these are people who know about big data.

TALEND, UK Marketing.

It’s been really good, we’ve had a huge number of people here, some excellent conversations and been busy all day.

IBM, Big Data Business Development Manager.

It’s been fantabulous. We had a lot of people coming and talking to us, they are in need of big data for their business and hopefully we can give them a lot of solutions

HEXAWARE, Practice Head Business Intelligence.

It’s been very good working with Whitehall Media, they’re very professional, always available to help us out with any issues we might have.

SAP, Director of Consumer Industries

The UK’s most important gathering of today’s Public Sector ICT, Technology and Govtech  decision makers

across all areas of UK Government and Public Sector organisations

 

Reasons to attend

PSEICT 2022 will be structured in such a way as to ensure that all levels of expertise, degrees of responsibility and particular areas of responsibility within the IAM sector are accounted for. Whether you attend in order to hear the opening keynote first-hand, have a specific seminar session in mind or wish to speak 1-1 with one of our industry partners, Whitehall Media has you covered.

  • Agile Working Practices / Effective Project Management
  • Back Office Shared Services
  • Big Data and Business Intelligence – leveraging insights to improve outcomes
  • Bridging the gap between policy development and service design
  • Building and deploying capabilities (skills, processes, technology)
  • Building Security and Resilience in Service Design
  • Change / Programme Management
  • Civil Service Reform Agenda (with a focus on efficiency, entrepreneurialism, innovative design and technology capability)
  • Cloud Deployment (Benefits & Challenges)
  • Commercial Skills and Behaviours
  • Common Technology Services and Standards across Government
  • Cyber Security / Information Security Frameworks
  • Data / Service Integration and Management

Featured Speakers

Be inspired by our speakers made up of key industry figures and thought leaders.

Tom Pickering

Member of the House of Lords All-Party Parliamentary Group for Artificial Intelligence, UK Government Investments

Johanna Hutchinson

Director of Data and Data Science, Joint Biosecurity Centre, Test and Trace, Department for Health and Social Care

David Hodnett

Head of Operations - NHS App, NHS Digital

Dr Ravinder Singh

Consulting Technical Architect, Cabinet Office - Central Digital and Data Office

Sam Redman

Solutions Engineer, Couchbase

Corinne Richardson

Deputy Director, Head of Engineering - Data Directorate, Department for Education

Darren Jaundrill

Programme Director, Civil Service

Gareth Johns

Senior Director Vertical Solutions – RingCentral

Murillo Almeida

Public Sector Account Executive, Rubrik

Joe Brackenborough

Digital Transformation Manager, Thanet District Council

Programme & featured topics

Check out the conference topics to discover how the day will be calibrated.

From keynote presentations, industry leading technical use cases, product demos and solution provider-led breakout sessions, PSEICT 2022 is packed full of highly relevant, tailored and content rich presentations designed with you in mind.

Keynote seminars

A central feature of Whitehall Media’s award-winning events is the solution provider-led breakout sessions.

With its own dedicated portion of the day, these industry-leading seminars provide delegates with an opportunity to attend an expert-led session of their choosing with a recognised global brand leader in cybersecurity. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the main conference room and exhibition hall, you will have the opportunity for 1-1 questioning whilst connecting with like-minded peers who are experiencing pain points similar to yours.

Limited places are available, 191 days, 19 hours & 1 minutes left to secure your seat.

Previous events

A particular highlight of PSEICT 2022 was when Adam Gwinnett, Head of Strategy, Enterprise Architecture & Cyber Security, Metropolitan Police Service, and Helen Williams, Operational Security Manager, Metropolitan Police Service, presented a best practice example of how to manage your threat and response architecture in a cloud based setting.

Given the growth of mobility working, and the need to move access to sensitive information outside of traditional security parameters, the necessity for front line services to better understand how best to enable and protect their digital assets in an increasingly mobile world is vital. The enthusiasm of the audience was reflected in the feedback Adam and Helen received for their talk.

At a Glance

At a glance-why should I attend this event?

By attending PSEICT 2022 you will be giving yourself the best opportunity possible to learn, develop and grow as an infosec, risk management or cybersecurity professional. You will also provide yourself with the opportunity to discover the latest tools and techniques being deployed across government and business and how best you can positively impact your workplace through the utilisation of technology-led innovations. At a time of increasing complexity and uncertainty, being cyber secure is surely the first duty of all frontline workers tasked with maintaining operational continuity and business security. Register today to ensure that you do not miss out on the opportunity to attend keynote presentations, select a breakout session of your choosing, or test out some of the latest products that the market has to offer.

By attending PSEICT 2022 you will

  • Immerse yourself within a highly tailored and dynamically structured conference space
  • Have the opportunity for one to one discussions with industry-leading experts
  • Hear from the leading solution providers within the GovSec market
  • Discover ground-breaking case studies in the keynote conference hall
  • Increase your understanding of the latest security research and product development
  • Connect with hundreds of like-minded individuals from a range of government departments and disciplines
  • Share your problems and successes in a non-competitive environment

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