Why IP EXPO Manchester 2019 is not to be missedMarch 28, 2019
It’s a week to go until IP EXPO Manchester 2019 brings leaders in the technology industry together under one roof to educate attendees on the latest IT innovations to help drive their business forward. Taking place on 3rd and 4th April at Manchester Central, the event now encompasses cyber security, cloud and infrastructure, AI, data analytics, IoT, blockchain and software development.
If you haven’t booked your ticket yet, here are ten reasons why it’s not to be missed.
1. Christopher Wylie
Wylie, Cambridge Analytica’s whistle-blower, will headline day one,
bringing his brutally honest candour to make AI understandable. He will
share his disturbing, yet somehow
compelling, and always mind-bending, stories about the power of
weaponised algorithms and information warfare.
Wylie will be discussing the Cambridge Analytica scandal with James
Hurley, Enterprise Editor at the Times. The pair will also look at how
AI systems and technology are impacting
the global marketplace.
2. Alexis Conran
Expert and presenter of the BBC’s Real Hustle programme, Alexis Conran
is set to bring his unique experience of the dark and deceptive world of
hustling and con-artists
to IP EXPO Manchester. On day two of the event, he will discuss why
systems fail, bringing the human factor into technological reliance and
the dangers that presents.
3. Jennie Williams
wondered how police forces across the UK are tackling cyber security
issues? Jennie Williams, Cyber Protection Officer for the North West
Regional Organised Crime Unit will be sharing
her experience of law enforcement in cyber space, and giving attendees
food for thought on the war against cybercrime.
4. Graham Cluley
An extremely knowledgeable and highly popular security analyst, Graham
Cluley will be sharing Unbelievable Tales of Cyber Attacks. From how
hacked companies exploit the media to boost their brand to how to cheat
at the lottery and win $14.3 million, and how
to recognise the insider threat, Graham will leave audiences second
guessing their perception of cyber-attacks.
5. Technical demos & Innovation Station
demos and more demos. IP EXPO Manchester is bringing you more dedicated
technical demos than ever before, covering AI, Kubernetes, Blockchain,
DevOps and more. Attendees will also
be able to get hands on with up and coming technology in the Innovation
6. Get the customer view
you want to know how organisations like yours are implementing
technology change, make sure you don’t miss this year’s sessions from
BT, Sainsbury’s and BookingGo. Technology leaders
from the three organisations will be sharing their experiences of
managing modern IT demands across the both days of the show.
7. Hear from the giants in tech
the cutting edge of technology development, we’re bringing together
leaders and technical specialists from some of the world’s biggest
technology companies including Amazon Web Services,
Microsoft, Cisco, Google and Oracle.
8. Cyber Hack Theatre
wanted to watch a live hack happen right before your eyes? Now’s your
chance, as the cyber hack theatre promises the most up to date, live
info on the techniques that cyber criminals
are using to attack systems
and the measures that you can apply to protect your systems and people.
9. Roundtable and Technical Workshops
technical advice from the experts and get under the hood of how you can
make best use of technical solutions, with smaller, breakout sessions
giving you unique tips and tools. Visit
the IP EXPO Manchester website to see the full list of technical
workshops and roundtables and find the one that’s right for you.
10. 100+ exhibitors and 110+ seminars
100+ exhibitors and 110+ seminars, visitors to IP EXPO Manchester 2019
are sure to find the answers to their technology questions, regardless
of topic. This year’s show will give you
all the information and contacts you need to apply your projects when
you go back to the office.
To register free for IP EXPO Manchester 2019, please click here and for more information please visit www.ipexpomanchester.com. You can also get involved on Twitter using the #IPEXPOManchester hashtag.