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04 May 2017
Protecting your Enterprise Data, Relationships and Consumer Trust

Leverage the UK IT peer-to-peer platform to explore the impact of digital innovation on Cloud/Mobile Computing, Big Data and Analytics, and learn what others have done to protect the enterprise data, drive business alignments and gain consumer trust

This Leadership Forum was an opportunity for organisations in the Manchester area, who have not yet joined the membership, to experience first-hand the benefits member organisations gain.


This Leadership Forum enabled the CIO to better understand how to be a driving force behind the Cyber Security strategy.


The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ


During the past few years, the rapidly growing use of Cloud services are challenging traditional methods of protecting businesses. Our keynote speakers will be covering the following areas:

Giles England, Head of IT Security, BAE Systems, shared how to drive business alignment on Cyber Security measures.

Jeremy Newton, Director, Technology Law Alliance, explained the legal implications that organisations should consider when adding data to the Cloud.


14:00 Registration & Refreshments 
14:15 Presentation: Jeremy Newton, Director, Technology Law Alliance
14:40 Presentation: Giles England, Head of IT Security - Policy & Risk Management, BAE Systems
15:15 Refreshments & Networking
16:15 Introduction to the Corporate IT Forum
16:45 Close, followed by Networking and Refreshments


CIOs/IT Leadership Team 



Giles England

Head of IT Security, BAE Systems


Giles has over 30 years' experience in Information Technology, with over 20 of these being in Information Assurance type roles (Security and Internal Audit).

Jeremy Newton

Director, Technology Law Alliance


Jeremy has over 15 years' experience of IT law and contracts. He is co-editor of A Manager's Guide to IT Law (BCS), and contributed the chapter on computer contracts to Computer Law (Oxford University Press) which is used as a standard textbook on the University of London LLM in IT law. Jeremy deals with a wide range of commercial contracts, e-commerce and data protection matters, but his primary focus is dealing with outsourcing and major systems development projects.

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