In collaboration with The Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT), PICTFOR led a delegation of parliamentarians, including PICTFOR’s co-Chair Stephen Mosley MP and Vice Chair Andrew Miller MP, as well as academics and industry representatives to the European Parliament to discuss UK/EU cyber security co-operation. The 2-day visit began on Tuesday 11th February and involved […]Read more
Thank you to everyone who helped make the Eighth Annual Parliament & Internet Conference one of our biggest and best yet. We welcomed over 200 delegates over the course of the day. Special thanks to Nominet for their sponsorship of the Conference and EE for their sponsorship of the lunch; as well as our breakout session leaders: UK-IGF, e-skills UK, ISPA, ICAEW, DPA, and Childnet.
Miss a speech? Want to catch up? All sessions held in the Attlee Suite are available on-demand, courtesy of id3as.Read more
We are delighted that Make IT Happy, the annual primary schools competition delivered by e-skills UK and PICTFOR with support from the IET and Nominet Trust, has been awarded first runner-up prize in the CyberSmart Awards 2013.Read more
Final speaker confirmed: Charles Roxburgh, Director General, Financial Services at Her Majesty’s Treasury
e are delighted to confirm that Charles Roxburgh, Director General, Financial Services at Her Majesty’s Treasury, will be joining the PICTFOR cybersecurity panel on Tuesday the 23rd April.Read more
Edging even closer to PICTFOR’s event on cybersecurity, we are glad to present our fourth speaker, Paul Martin, Parliamentary Security Director.Read more
As we get one week closer to PICTFOR’s event on cyber security, we introduce out third speaker, Andrew Little, Head of Partnerships and Public Policy at GetSafeOnline, to address the consumer protection side of the issue.Read more
Second in line of our speaker profiles for the PICTFOR event on Cybersecurity on April 23rd, this week we take the Business approach. Introducing George Quigley, Partner at BDO and incoming Chairman of the ICAEW IT Faculty.Read more
Meet our first speaker at the 23rd April Cybersecurity briefing in Parliament.
– Cath Goulding currently works as Head of Information Security for Nominet UK, a not for profit company running the Internet Registry Service for .uk. Cath comes with a strong background in cyber security, having also held a variety of relevant positions for 10 years at GCHQ, in areas as diverse as in Intelligence analysis, Intrusion Detection research and Data Mining research. (read more)