Emergency Services are continually adapting to meet the demands of the modern world. Not only do they have to work smarter, but have to do so against the backdrop of austerity and increased threats such as terrorism, natural hazards and major accidents.
This has led to working in association with partners, better sharing of information and improving communications. A key aspect has been identifying issues of joint interest where collaboration will benefit all the emergency services to deliver innovation to service delivery and improving services to the citizen in Wales.
Through a combination of delivering large GB wide projects such as the Emergency Services Mobile Communication Programme (ESMCP) in a smarter way and developing bespoke projects in Wales which are then adopted by emergency services elsewhere such as Multi Agency Information Transfer (MAIT), the emergency services in Wales often lead the way in agile delivery.
This session will provide delegates with:
• The Emergency Service landscape in Wales
• Emergency Service Information Sharing and Communications
• Opportunities to deliver in a joined up, efficient and effective way in Wales
Operational insight from the perspective of an attacker into how Cyber Crime affects your business, your supply chain, your clients and the devastating impact it can have. Responsibility for managing your Cyber Risks starts and end in the board room and this session will be focussed on raising awareness for all delegates and also catalysing a positive industry approach to the rapidly increasing threat to UK Commerce.
In this session you will hear and learn about the following:
• Ideas on how to decide the right mix of private, public and managed cloud
• Innovations in the Data Centres of the Future
• Use cases to help you determine the best approach to solve your business
In this session you will hear about the following:
• Embracing change.
• Cost reduction as a transformational activity.
• One technology transforming at least four industries.