PSEICT

Public Sector Enterprise ICT

26 November 2019

Victoria Park Plaza

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Tuesday 26th November 2019

The Seminars will take place from 12.20 – 13.00.
Delegates will be able to attend one seminar at the event. No pre selection is required – delegates will be able to select which session they attend onsite.

SESSIONS

SEMINAR 1
Securing Collaboration: Bridging the Gap between Security and DevOps

Surveys show that security professionals have no privileged account security strategy for DevOps within their organisation. This creates significantly weak points for attackers to target. This seminar explores what the basic principles and best practices security teams should follow to ensure a consistent level of security while implementing DevOps.

SEMINAR 2
Augmenting Government with Machine Learning

Machine learning has massive transformative potential for public services, including for the health, education, and transport sectors. But this potential brings with it a set of challenges, and raises important questions about the implications and consequences of this technology. We use this session to discuss a public services approach to personalisation and how it can be used for optimum service delivery.

SEMINAR 3
Procurement Innovation- Securing the Right Solutions in the Digital Market Place

Public procurement sets out the opportunities for reshaping procurement into a strategic tool for driving innovation. This seminar explores the benefits of creating a centralised digital marketplace for procuring solutions and how this can be further developed to encompass more efficient savings for government with minimal time expense:

  • Embedding innovative approaches
  • Identifying and fulfilling unmet needs
SEMINAR 4
The benefits of Big Data Real-Time Processing

For time-sensitive operations, such as combatting crimes, fraud, cyber-security threats, waste, and abuse, big data solutions must be augmented to support real-time intelligence and decision making. The free flow of information from organisations to citizens and vice versa promotes greater trust and transparency between citizens and government, in line with open data initiatives. This seminar explores the best real-time processing data solutions tailored to the various demands of the public sector.

SEMINAR 5
Software Asset Management in the NHS

Hear from a leading NHS trust about how they have used the power of Software Asset Management to give them visibility and control of their estate, reduce cost pressures, and enable the automation of manual processes. With hundreds of bespoke medical applications and complex licensing metrics, hear how they are future-proofing the organisation to consolidate and increase control.

SEMINAR 6
360 Security for Your Cloud

With the transition to cloud in the public sector still in full force and the amount of heightened sensitive information that it holds, concerns about security, privacy, and compliance have remained key cloud adoption and migration issues. This seminar will discover and categorise the benefits of Private, Hybrid and Public Clouds and explores secure cloud services that can be both flexible to changes in your levels of demand and cost-effective.

SEMINAR 7
Disrupting the NHS- AI Innovation for Public Healthcare

Artificial Intelligent has never been so widely publicised as it now is today and in particular the opportunities AI in Healthcare hold great promise. This seminar will explore how the NHS can implement AI into their existing legacy systems and the benefits AI can bring to multiple areas in the NHS from automising internal architecture to using AI for clinical scanning.

SEMINAR 8
Smart Geospatial Data for Enhancing Public Service Delivery in the Field

Geospatial Data is increasingly central to effective decision-making and digital by default approaches at all levels of government. Volume and variety of data (and data sources) makes it more difficult to manage that data to ensure consistency and accuracy across the organisation. This presentation will explore the stages of adopting geospatial data from the management of data quality through to the design and deployment of web-based mapping applications that deliver greater insight and enables the public sector to better segregate and visualise their data.