8.50am – Registration in Attlee Suite
9.10am – Welcome and Introduction from Baroness Fritchie, Chair, Nominet
The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP – Digital Economy Minister – 10.25am
Richard Crowther – National Cyber Security Centre- 1o.55am
Nominet Trust – 3.55pm
Connectivity – 9.15am
This session run by Pictfor will examine whether an effective communications market needs more or less competition, discussing issues such as the need for government intervention and Ofcom’s proposals surrounding Openreach.
Speakers: Brian Potterill, Ofcom; Dana Tobak, Hyperoptic; Kip Meek, EE; Jessica Lennard, TalkTalk; Simon McCalla, Nominet
Chair: Matt Warman MP
Tackling cyber crime – 11.40am
ISPA session Tackling cyber crime: creating a more hostile environment for cyber criminals. With many constituents falling victim to cybercrime, this panel will focus on how we can create a more hostile environment for cyber criminals, including through what practical measures can be taken to improve awareness, what more can be done by industry and how criminals can be better held to account and prosecuted.
Speakers: Dr Alice Hutchings, Cambridge University; Tom Owen, Memset; Jonathan Frost, National Fraud Intelligence Bureau at City of London Police
Chair: Chi Onwurah MP
SMEs and the digital economy – 1.50pm
The panel will discuss the best means for SMEs to make the most of the digital economy, with discussion around the use of online platforms, the key principles to succeeding online, and other avenues to success.
Speakers: Russell Haworth, Nominet; Anthony Impey, FSB; Emma Barnes, Wild Fawn Jewellery
Chair: Lord Whitty
Brexit – 2.45pm
This techUK panel will look at the main challenges and opportunities for the Internet sector in a Brexit environment. The panel will look at issues such as skills, access to the single market, and data flow.
Speakers: Alex Depledge, COADEC; Antony Walker, techUK; Matt Warman MP; Robyn Munro, The Institute for Government
Chair: Tom Morrison-Bell, techUK
Online Abuse – 4.15pm
We will look at the distinction between free speech and hate speech, and discuss the role that the internet sector should play in stopping abuse.
Speakers: Rt Hon Maria Miller MP; Professor David Ormerod QC; Antony Walker, techUK
Chair: Lord Macdonald QC
Presentations throughout the day:
Introduction to IoT: Education, Smart cities and TVWS connectivity
DPA Introduction to age verification