In 2014, researchers from ANSII (National Agency for the Security of Information Systems) present a research paper detailing a new and unique approach using graph theory to map Active Directory security. This research was then used by third parties to develop BloodHound. Fast forward 6 years and the same researchers responsible for this initial research have gone above and beyond to explore strange new AD worlds where no one has gone before. Join us as we explore some of the advanced AD security issues that can only be seen via continuous AD graph theory!
In a world where shared services is constantly evolving, where clients’ expectations, business challenges and the technology we use is changing faster than ever, how can we futureproof the technology we offer?
SSCL shares with you the solution – its platform agnostic, cloud-based Intelligent Ecosystem.
Through continuous innovation and a passion for courage, clarity, curiosity and conviction, SSCL is digitally transforming its systems and services to deliver first class user experience.
The digital revolution is here. Over the past 12 months, a seismic shift has taken place in the way in which the average citizen communicates. Digital channels, from video calling to online platforms and social media, have become the preferred method of communication for a nation shaped by lockdowns and social isolation. Join Martin Taylor, Deputy CEO and Co-Founder of CCaaS leader Content Guru, to discover how to craft an evergreen citizen engagement solution, fit for the digital age.
Learn how to:
Power to the people!
The UK GDS has invested in one of the world’s finest sets of design principles, delivering a consistent, usable and accessible web-publishing framework for UK government websites.
But we believe that it should also be easy to implement for publishers and content teams, not developers. This is where the rubber hits the road and the real benefits can be realised.
The Acquia Public Sector Design Bundle tears down the last barrier to effective public sector communications by enabling GDS compliant sites to be built rapidly, using low-code with an out of the box design system. Come and find out more and see it in action.
At the end of Summer 2020, RingCentral surveyed over 700 participants across the public sector. We’ve analysed the responses to understand the impacts of the pandemic in a variety of areas, from remote working through to how public services are evolving to meet the needs of citizens and staff.
In this session, we’ll explore the results and key findings in more detail and provide an insight into how your peers are thinking about:
With the IT landscape constantly changing, workplace trends are evolving which has caused public sector organisations to shift their working models. Business and IT leaders are excepted to deliver exceptional application performance across any network to enable maximum productivity for employees wherever they are based.
Join this session to find out how Riverbed’s Network and Application performance platform can help your organisation to:
The public sector has been required to continue to deliver essential services in the face of a national crisis. This required responding at a speed and scale never seen before, accelerating digital transformation across the sector.
In this session, our Head of Data Centre Engagement, Director of Public Sector and Unified Platforms, and Head of Service will discuss:
The latest indication from GDS is that the PSN could close down as early as 2023. Organisations have been mandated to migrate to modern network solutions which offer more competitive commercial terms, increased security and greater flexibility. Many organisations lack the resource or expertise to manage this transition without disruption to services or users, spiralling costs and delays. This seminar tackles some of the key challenges created by the closure of the PSN, including:
From Mastek customers and a fireside dialogue with TechUK late last year, Steve Latchem, Executive Director, UK Government and Health, Mastek, will walk through key digital strategy themes. The conversation about enablers for digital strategy will include:
Governments at every level stand to gain exceptional benefits by integrating AI into every aspect of their work. The use of AI in government must take into account privacy, security, compatibility with legacy systems, and evolving workloads.
In this session, Jeff Kilford, Intel’s UK group director for client compute (and former EMEA director of IT) will explore:
In this session, James Maynard, from UKCloud, will explore the impacts and importance of social value on businesses and why this means the National Data Strategy should form part of future business planning. By focusing on building their Digital Foundation, organisations will have the ability to mitigate commercial, security, and regulatory risks, whilst driving cross functional efficiencies – allowing them to focus on more than just keeping the lights on and enabling the use innovation tooling to drive valuable customer outcomes.
Digital transformation has been non-negotiable for the UK public sector’s response to COVID-19 – after all, how do you deliver services in the hearts of communities while maintaining your distance? In this presentation, we’ll look at case studies of digital transformation that have enabled effective collaboration during the pandemic. Join us to: