CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
Information Technology CPD Events in November 2019
UKsec: Cyber Security for the UK Service Sector
5th Nov 2019 08:30 | Qatalyst Global
UKSec 2019 will bring the human factor to the core of our discussions; providing the opportunity to seek guidance; suggest and find solutions to the skills shortage industry crisis and to the lack of cyber threat awareness that renders cyber security efforts ineffective. The theme of this year’s edition is Embracing Diversity for a Collaborative Cyber-Space; as we stress the importance of acknowledging that more pressure is needed for cyber security leaders to address gender-equality and engage with minorities and experts from all backgrounds. The conference will set the scene for leaders in the industry to touch upon demands of the day; such as equal pay; inclusion; industry reputation and image; cyber security awareness and together; find inspiring solutions that would benefit the business and add value to the company’s culture and collaboration. Dedicated to senior and executive professionals in the services sector; the agenda responds to key issues affecting these industries and follows the path of digital transformation and automation; showcasing experiences; struggles and successes on how to better secure data; ensure a smooth migration to the Cloud; respond to data breaches; automatically detect threats; manage third party risks or create a strong risk discipline in the company.
‘We; The People?’ Some Thoughts From Our Past On Contemporary European Populism
11th Nov 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
What can history contribute to an understanding of contemporary European populism; which is now as much in power as insurgent?
Code and Conduct: the future of legal professions
13th Nov 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Advances in IT have had a significant impact on lawyering and law. How can we harness the transformative power of digitalisation without sacrificing law’s humanity?