Intelligence, media and event specialists championing the use of govtech, digital and data by the public sector for the public good.
Our events are run on a scale that encourages engagement, lively discussion and learning, with speakers from all parts of the public sector and academia. Taking part is a great way to learn in this rapidly changing world. We share knowledge, experience, advice and insight on the subject in hand; how it relates to public policy, the success stories and lessons learned, along with the possible pitfalls in implementation.
The UKAuthority team combined has more than a hundred of years of experience in journalism, public sector technology programmes and event management both within the public and private sector.
- UKAuthority Data4Good
- UKAuthority Bots4Good
- UKAuthority Cyber4Good
- UKAuthority Smart Places, Smart Cities 2021
- Integrating Digital Health & Care 2022
- UKAuthority Smart Places & Communities
Who should attend?
- UKAuthority Public Sector Cyber Forum 2018 (20 Sept 2018 | LONDON)
Advances in the IoT, big data and AI are creating immense potential for better public services; but they all come with new risks, especially with the growing array of internet connected devices and new sources of data. Cyber attackers can find new weak points and vulnerabilities, posing a serious threat to the data integrity and operational capabilities of public authorities. As organisations adopt the new technologies they will face new challenges in cyber security.
Heads and senior leaders of IT, digital and technology infrastructure, cyber and resilience, customer services, transformation or change, finance, strategy & corporate services, assistant and chief executives, and councillors.
- UKAuthority Data4Good 2018 (16 Oct 2018 | LONDON)
Post GDPR and with the new Data Protection Act, how can we use Data for Good in the public sector? Does new legislation make it harder or easier for the public sector to share sensitive information in order to improve service planning and service delivery to our people? What are the benefits on offer? And what are the pitfalls for the unwary?
Chief information officers, heads of IT, assistant and chief executives, councillors, heads of digital and digital leaders, heads of customer services, heads of transformation or change, heads of customer insight, heads of finance, heads of strategy, corporate services leads, departmental service heads/senior managers, data scientists, statisticians, data analysts and business analysts.