Secure digital government: are you prepared?
Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies
- Flexible Cloud Services
- Web Security
Date: 18 April
Time: 11AM London
It’s an unfortunate truth that government organisations will always be a target for cyber crime. Government is responsible for some of the most critical and sensitive systems around, handling large volumes of payments, mission-critical transactions and highly sensitive data.
As more of government is digitised and networked, public services are becoming increasingly dependent on safe and secure web connectivity. Public sector organisations must ensure that security isn’t an afterthought or that it’s just another technical challenge; it’s also about change management.
Our expert speakers will get you started on that journey, with a practical and insightful briefing on what you need to know about web security for government, and how to embed the right technology and capability in your organisation.
Senior Director – Security Planning and Strategy, Akamai Technologies
Jay was an early Prolexic addition, now part of Akamai, in 2006 and has held senior positions in Network and Security Architecture. With over 20 years of Security and Network Engineering experience in both the military and commercial high-tech, Jay currently leads Akamai’s EMEA Web Security Specialist Team.
The WSS organisation provides Akamai with a strong group of architectural and industry specialisation for Akamai’s Security organisation.
Chief Analyst, GlobalData Public Sector
Jessica leads GlobalData Public Sector, with responsibility for the research, data, content and advisory services produced by its team of analysts, journalists and researchers. She is a sought after advisor and speaker on government technology, and over her 22 years in the tech sector has published extensive research on enterprise technology issues. Before joining GlobalData Jessica was a strategy consultant, director at a London-based digital start-up, and Practice Leader at Ovum. She is also currently Chair of Trustees at a major UK charity.
Key Learning Objectives
- Hear practical tips about implementation, capability building and change management
- Gain an overview of the web security threats you need to be prepared for, and technologies that can help mitigate them
- Understand the new security implications of typical government technology strategies, such as cloud migration or co-location
- Head of Security
- Head of Info Security
- Head of Data Security
- Head of Risk
- Risk director