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Strategic Cyber Leadership Round Table Discussion
Thu 19 January 2017, 09:15 – 16:00 GMT
Please note: The venue for this event has now changed. It will be held at Meeting Room 3, Manchester Central Library, St Peters Square, M2. Apologies for any confusion or inconvenience caused
Important Information: This event is aimed at Senior Executives, Leaders at Board Level, Directors, Assistant Directors, Board level managers, Policy Makers. Those who are able to influence and shape decisions at senior level within the organisation.
It is NOT aimed at managers with technical expertise in IT, Cyber as the technical aspects will not be discussed at this session.
Strategic Cyber Leadership Round Table Discussion
This one day workshop will bring together regional leaders to explore the strategic and leadership issues regarding cyber security in the modern public services landscape. The facilitated workshop will see the delegates working in teams to use their combined expertise to explore the way the digital landscape is changing for the public sector, what is driving those changes, significant areas of uncertainty and how cyber security underpins this environment. The day will be interjected with provocative talks from a range of leaders in the field to provoke further debate and thinking.
The workshop will produce a report from the gathered information which will help to enforce policy. It is hoped that by fully understanding cyber security in the public sector future activity and policy will be much more effective.
Before the day:
The workshop structure will be based around the intuitive logics model. This requires an understanding of the key driving forces within the digital public sector landscape and identifying the most important entities driving change. Therefore, the workshop each participant will be asked to complete a short online survey to identify 10 driving forces and 10 entities involved in the fraud constellation.
Driving forces: Are forces that influence and change the landscape, such as the level of regulation. Care is taken to define these forces without a direction, such as an increase in regulation as we will need to consider what happens if each direction can happen. Each driving force will need a title and a short description and they should be considered across a range of areas. Typically the PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technology, Legal and Environmental) framework is used to help create a broad set of driving forces.
Each delegate will be provided with a copy of their responses for use during the workshop on the day.
What's on the Agenda?
Dr Daniel Prince, Associate Director and Business Partnerships Manager, Security Lancaster. He will be speaking and facilitating a number of the sessions.
All delegates will be given the opportunity to ask questions and share their own views and experiences as part of the discussions on the day.
Who should attend?
This event will be of interest to Senior Executives, Policy Makers, Directors, Assistant Directors or Leaders operating at Board level with responsibility for cyber security, information or data management, business continuity planning and cyber resilience in local authorities, NHS Trusts and other public service organisations.
Our events provide a forum for colleagues from local authorities, health organisations and other public service organisations to come together to discuss information sharing and/ or information security issues that impact on the public sector and to provide learning opportunities, encourage innovation and efficiency savings whilst delivering improved outcomes for citizens.
What else do I need to know?
Arrivals from 09:30hrs for 10:00hrs prompt start. The workshop ends at 16:00hrs. Interested delegates are advised to register quickly to avoid disappointment.
Please note: We are keen to encourage representation from as many organisations as possible and places are limited for this event. If demand exceeds numbers available, we may need to restrict the numbers that are able to attend from each organisation. In this case, we will contact all those who have registered to prioritise their registrations. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
We may take photographs during the event which we may use for promotion and social media. If you not wish for your photograph to be taken. Please bring this to the attention to the event organiser on the day.
In the drive towards efficiency and the effective management of resources, catering arrangements will only be made for registered delegates.
No cancellation charges apply, however each no-show or last minute cancellations is costly, using funds that cannot be recouped. Please let us know if you are no longer able to attend at least 7 days before this event so that we can make adjustments to catering requirements with the venue or wherever possible delegate substitution with a colleague is much appreciated.
The Fine Print
Event registration: Attendance is FREE for individuals from organisations that hold a current subscription with iNetwork or Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA). This includes the majority of NW local authorities and NHS Trusts in the North West region. Not sure whether you organisation is subscribed with iNetwork? Click here to see current membership list.
Please register for this event if you plan to attend, as unregistered attendees risk being turned away on the day.
Name badges will be printed according to the information that is entered on the registration screen. Please ensure you use proper case. If you are registering for other people please enter their full details otherwise they will not have name badges or be on the entry list and therefore may also not be able to enter.
Special or Dietary Requirements: You will be asked to specify if you have any special or MEDICALLY RELATED dietary requirements when completing the registration form. Please note, vegetarian options are provided as standard.