Event type: In-person

Government IT Security

Join Nuala Kilmartin at Government IT Security, in London on 23 May at 16:05. Nuala will be talking on the topic of ‘From Secure Foundations to Resilient Futures’.

The talk will include the background of DSbD, the purpose and the future of the technology: “While some of the fundamental market failures have been overcome, it is still imperative that UK Government, industry, academia and international partners continue to work together to maintain and develop the ecosystem further by driving forwards adoption of this ground-breaking approach to protecting the digital world. DSbD is promoting a mindset change for cyber security, giving the freedom to learn, trade, play, automate and collaborate safely through cyber best-practices, reducing the attack surface by default, and protecting operational integrity by design.

Government IT Security is the UK’s premier Government IT security & risk management event connecting enterprise with business.

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Nuala Kilmartin

Digital Security Innovation Lead, InnovateUK, UKRI

As Innovation Lead for the Digital Security by Design Programme within InnovateUK, UKRI, Nuala is accountable for driving the market development of the challenge and working in partnership with Government, Industry and Academia to gather the real industry benefits to create demand and onboard advocates for this transformational technology. Nuala presently manages the DSbD Technology Access Programme and is delivering the UK and International Engagement Strategy.

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Victoria Park Plaza.
239 Vauxhall Bridge Road,
London
SW1V 1EQ

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