Transformation Week: Day One - 12th October
A full overview for all sessions taking place on the first day of Transformation Week. Links to individual sessions are provided below.
Keynote: The Sovereign Platform Enabling Secure Innovation
Time: 10:00 – 11:00
Synopsis: In this session, Leighton James, CTO of UKCloud will describe the value of sovereign cloud in providing a secure, connected, and flexible platform that enables organisations to specialise on what they do best and deliver. Whereas Public Cloud enables innovation at lower security levels, Sovereign Cloud enables similar innovation at higher classification levels. Join this session to learn how you can differentiate in providing specialist, secure, innovative solutions to the Defence and National Security community.
The Importance of the MSP in the cloud adoption journey
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Synopsis: Experienced MSPs provide vital experience and expertise in the delivery of risk mitigated, cost-effective solutions. Join Ben Grantham, Director at Assured Digital Technologies as he explores how they drive digital transformation and provide complex, agile, and assured managed services to support the efficiency and effectiveness required by the defence sector.
How to go fast with critical systems in the cloud
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Synopsis: Cloud computing has offered huge benefit to anyone who consumes it, however often constraints such as security and risk can stop you getting access to the full potential of cloud. Join Ben Scowen and Rob Kernahan who will discuss the key success factors when working with critical systems in the cloud to enable any organisation to go fast and become high-frequency.
Managing crime scene evidence in the cloud
Time: 14:00 – 15:00
Synopsis: UK policing is becoming increasingly dependent on the collection of digital evidence from crime scenes. With evidence ranging from imagery to DNA stain reports, the data collected needs to be fully auditable for court presentation. Join Charles James and Desmond High at Fish Forensics as they detail how their fully compliant digital evidence capabilities are used to gather evidence from crime scenes, transmit and then broker ‘analysis’ services.