IT for Government 2011

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 11, 2011 End Date/Time: May 12, 2011
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In the international Defence and Government IT community. The conference will focus on pressing issues in government/security IT including:

* Formulating actionable and measurable IT strategies with limited resources
* Delivering “must have” IT services and meeting expectations of a demanding and knowledgeable user base
* Trends in IT centralization and integration
* New technologies and organizational strategies to assure IT for operational/tactical users
* Sessions led by industry experts and buy side representatives from Government will cover the latest IT architectures, trends in cyber security, applying open source intelligence and information in defence IT, social networking, fraud investigations, international collaboration, and the use of geospatial technologies.

This conference will offer attendees the latest market, technical and government policy insights into:

* Delivering better services for stakeholders while controlling IT operating costs
* Focusing on reshaping internal business processes and agency operations while improving inter agency and coalition interoperability
* Finding, attracting and retaining top talent in the field in a period of increasing budget pressures
* Increasing access and accountability to public stakeholders and taxpayers while ensuring security and privacy

Attend this conference to gain industry insight, share best practices and discover breakthrough technologies in IT


For speaking, panelist, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact:
Andrea Krizsak, Project Manager
telephone: +36 1 4111 842
Key speakers:

* Head of Logistics NEC Programme, Ministry of Defence, UK
* Director, NATO
* Director, Major, U.S. Army, Online and Social Media Division Office of the Chief of Public Affairs
* Senior representative from UK GovLoop
* PMP OCIO, Architecture & Infrastructure Division, NASA
* Principal Engineer, MITRE
* Social Media Team, IRS Recruitment Office
* Chief Technology Officer, US Cyber Consequences Unit
* Chief Researcher, Security Futures Practice, BT Innovate
* Assistant Professor, Language Based Technology, Technical University of Denmark
* Founder, Cyber Security Form Initiative, (CSFI)
* Professor of Engineering Design, University of Bath, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UK
* President. Association for Enterprise Integration, (AFEI)
* Head, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Corporate Strategy Division
* Professor, University of Southampton

Key topics:

* Transform you IT strategy to improve information sharing
* Co-operate with civilian and defense authorities
* Learn about cyber security protecting critical government and military architecture
* Build an effective risk management strategy
* Learn about security planning for the threat of an attack
* Hear about the ICAM programme of the NASA
* Learn about the latest on cloud computing
* Learn how to achieve information superiority
* Hear latest on the implementation of the EUROSUR
* Learn how to build interoperability with alliance members
* Hear the latest on social research and counter terrorism

Who should attend:

Director of Intelligence, Director of Crime, Chief of Staff for Intelligence, CIO, Technical Director, Director Infrastructure Delivery, Director of Cyber Security, Director Command and Control Systems