GovSec

Government IT Security & Risk Management

10 May 2017

Victoria Park Plaza

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SEMINARS

Wednesday, 10th May, 2017

The Seminars will take place from 12.15 – 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
Minimising the Impact of Security Breaches

How can organisations overcome security breaches? This seminar looks at key advisory steps in the follow-up of a breach to remediate and protect against future attacks.

SEMINAR 2
Security by Default

As critical services move online, how can public bodies offer both ease-of-use along with security for citizens and public service delivery?

SEMINAR 3
Securing Cloud for Government

Owing to an influx of international players and G-Cloud having opened its doors to SME suppliers, this seminar looks at how the expansion of the cloud ecosystem is balancing security commitments at every level of the supply chain are being adhered to, developed and challenged.

SEMINAR 4
Security as an Enabler for Agile Project Management

Organisations cannot be agile without agile security. We look at how you can embed critical security measures in the most effective way.

SEMINAR 5
Private and Public Partnerships – An Industry Led Perspective

We look at how collaboration between government and industry can help to minimise security threats and risks. We ask: What role should the private sector play in helping the government secure its key assets? What forensic technologies, expertise and skills can industry share with government to respond to international threats and risks?

SEMINAR 6
Disruptive Technologies: Do they enable or challenge security?

This session will explore how the list of “next big things” is expanding and adding to security concerns and policies within government.

SEMINAR 7
Building Resilience in IT Governance, Risk and Compliance

The risk and compliance landscape is subject to continual change. With the advent of big data, this session explores how government can mine untapped intelligence, assess and secure its data and extract value from its information.

SEMINAR 8
Securing the Government Supply Chain

With greater SME and a globalised supply, how can the government ensure security in its supply chain? This session will look at existing frameworks and how these can be developed so that government is both secure and agile.

SEMINAR 9
The Changing Identity Management Landscape

What does a robust IAM solution look like? This session explores how Identity Management is a critical business asset and resource for public sector organisations.

SEMINAR 10
Determining the Best Approach to Mobile Government

How do you ensure end-user flexibility, optimum user experience and easy access to organisational data without compromising security of applications and devices? As mobile moves from a nice-to-have option to a necessity, we explore how IT departments in public sector organisations are