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The New Surveillance: To What Extent Should Personal Privacy be Compromised for Public Security and Corporate Gain?

Brought to you by The Security Group

Communications technology has allowed us to share more of our lives than ever before, but the rapidly accelerating growth in this technical capability has put a strain on our legal frameworks, and the trust in the relationship between individual and organisations.

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About the event

Recent high profile news stories show how our personal information is seen by more people than we'd realised. The public has a strongly negative reaction when their personal information is harvested for financial or political ends. However, the public also relies on services that monitor our day-to-day lives in order to secure our safety.

This half day event will look at the areas where new technology can cause us to re-assess the trade-off between right to privacy and right to safety. In particular we will consider the societal and technology challenges associated with data-abstraction, internet business models and public safety. All participants are reminded that this is a public forum therefore no confidential information will be shared at this event.

Speakers confirmed for this event:

The SIG is championed by: David Chater-Lea of Motorola Solutions and Nicholas Hill of Plextek Consulting, Guy Kenyon of Kenyon Consulting, Tim Phipps of Cambridge Consultants and Rob Quarton of Airwave. This event is kindly supported by the Anthony Waller of Olswang LLP / Legal SIG Champion.

We are extremely grateful to the IET for sponsoring lunch this event and to Olswang LLP for hosting.

Limited FREE places for non-members! This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless and to members of the IET. To join Cambridge Wireless as a member and attend future events for free, please visit www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/sign-up

Limited FREE places for non-members:  We are keen to engage with, and foster the next generation of technologists so we have limited FREE delegate places at our events for non-members who are under 30. If you would like to register for one of these places, please register as a non-member and under job title please list your date of birth. We will then confirm if you have received a place within one week of the event.

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Lunch is sponsored by the IET

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Agenda

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13:00

Registration over Lunch

14:00

Introduction to the Cambridge Wireless Security and Defence SIG from Tim Phipps of Cambridge Consultants

14:10

Welcome from Lunch Sponsor, Hugh Boyes, Cyber Security Lead of The IET

14:15

Welcome from supporter and host, Anthony Waller, Partner of Olswang LLP and Legal SIG Champion

14:25

When human resources plays big brother - rights and wrongs in employee surveillance; Catherine Taylor, Partner – Employment Group, Olswang LLP

From an HR perspectives, employers want to ensure that if the worst happens, and there is an insider breach, they have taken all the steps they can to prevent that breach. What steps can an employer take in terms of vetting and monitoring? What is the downside if the employer is overly intrusive?

14:45

Q&A

14:50

We are following your every move – the risks and benefits of data usage in automotive telematics; Colin Smithers, CEO, Redtail Telematics

Automotive telematics is used by fleet managers to optimise fleet efficiency and driver behaviour.
Usage based insurance is using driver data to optimise risk assessment and further to control risk. This presentation discusses the tension between data and privacy that corporate and individual drivers are giving up to achieve gains in corporate efficiency and in safety, both of the driver and for the wider public.

15:10

Q&A

15:15

Refreshment Break & Networking

15:45

Data protection, privacy and security – Can we have all three at the same time?; Simon Rice, Principal Policy Adviser (Technology), Information Commissoner's Office

The internet revolution has given rise to a huge number of innovative new services. Driven further by the data collection and processing capabilities of smart phones and other portable devices where does this leave data protection and privacy for the user? With such a large volume of data being collected and transmitted to third-parties how can we make sure this is done securely and in line with the choices of the user? And with one eye on the future, will the big promises from the “Internet of Things” and wearable devices help or hinder?

16:05

Q&A

16:10

The Ethics of Surveillance; Chris Rampton, Capability Adviser - Surveillance, CAST

Chris will talk about the controls the UK has in place to regulate the police use of surveillance powers and some of the implications this has for surveillance technologies.

16:30

Q&A

16:35

Open Forum with all speakers, chaired by Tim Phipps of Cambridge Consultants

17:10

Event Closes and Fill in Evaluation Forms

Speakers

Chris Rampton - Head of Security Innovation & Demonstration Centre, Home Office

Simon Rice - Group Manager - Technology, Information Commissioner's Office

Colin Smithers - CEO, Redtail Telematics

Dr Colin Smithers (Redtail Telematics Ltd)

Catherine Taylor - Senior Associate, CMS

SIG Champions

Phil Burr - Product Marketing Manager, Arm

Phil, as a senior product manager, has grown product revenue by focusing on the customer. Covering product strategy, product marketing, business development and product management, Phil is driven by the desire to connect customers to products that delight. Most recently Phil was Product Marketing Director at Arkessa (IoT SaaS platform) and Senior Product Marketing Manager at Mentor Graphics (embedded software product). Phil co-founded Octymo, a Cambridge start up focused on licensing a mobile phone applications platform. Phil brings extensive global experience including living in Asia where, for TTPCom and Motorola, he built and led a pan-Asian division to service multi-million dollar contracts.

Nick Koiza - Head of Security Business, Plextek

Nick heads up Plextek's business in the security market and has a long and successful track record across global security and public safety sectors, where he has developed a strong reputation as a leading authority in secure critical communications. He has held senior management positions in public and private companies spanning IT, technology and communications, and has also co-founded and managed Cambridge-based businesses. He began his career with the European Space Agency in Germany where he acted as a member of the Mission Control Team for a spacecraft launched aboard NASA's Space Shuttle. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, Nick holds a Diploma from the University of Cambridge and MSc and BSc honours degrees in Space Science and Computer Science, respectively.

Derek Long - Head of Telecoms & Mobile, Cambridge Consultants

As head of telecoms and mobile at Cambridge Consultants, Derek leads the company’s collaboration within the sector. Central to Derek’s role at Cambridge Consultants is helping create breakthrough innovation that transforms the delivery of high-performance communication for their partners; from mobile carriers and ISPs, to vendors and component manufacturers. With over 20 years’ experience in mobile technology, Derek has held a range of multinational senior management roles and has a wealth of expertise across all generations of mobile and broadband technology, including LTE-A and 5G. Derek holds a PhD in telecommunications from the University of Bristol.

Tim Phipps - Technical Marketing Manager, Solarflare

Tim sees Cambridge Wireless as a way to build the network of relationships that drive business growth and a better society for us all. As Technical Marketing Manager at Solarflare, Tim works to conceive and realise the components that will make the internet faster, secure and more reliable. He has worked on technologies from their earliest beginnings to mass market adoption, including WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular from GSM to LTE. His experience includes working as a development engineer, project management, business development and product marketing.

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Olswang, 90 High Holborn, London WC1V 6XX

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