Felicity is director of innovation and digital at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Felicity leads the CBI’s policy work to create the conditions that enable businesses to come up with new ideas, invest in research and development (R&D) and adopt new technologies. She led the CBI’s successful campaign for the government to commit to a target for R&D expenditure, as well as agenda-setting work on technology adoption and trust in technology. Before the CBI, she was senior economist at EEF where she led the development of their innovation policy and industrial strategy work.
Felicity will be presenting 'five steps to an innovative and digital-led recovery' on day two, Wednesday 4 November at 10:15. View full programme.
Marie is senior security consultant at mnemonic.
Dr Marie Moe is a senior security consultant at mnemonic, and has a PhD in information security. She's also an associate professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Since 2015, she has been doing research on the cyber security of her own medical implant - a pacemaker that is generating every single beat of her heart.
Marie will be presenting 'embodied vulnerabilities,' about the hacking project she started to investigate cyber security of her own vulnerable medical implant. Join the session on day two, Wednesday 4 November, at 13:00. View full programme.
Klaas is chief information and technology officer at GÉANT.
Klaas is responsible for GÉANT's trust and identity, security, cloud, product management, software development and IT teams. He has an extensive background in innovation management, with an emphasis on identity, mobility and security. Previously, Klaas was an innovation manager and manager of Middleware services at SURFnet, the Netherlands NREN where he built the first generation of federated identity systems at SURFnet and was the creator of eduroam - the global research and education wifi roaming service. In September 2019, Klaas was inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame in recognition for his invention of eduroam.
He's served as chair of the GÉANT task force on mobility for over ten years, as chair of the IETF Abfab working group, as a member of the IETF Security Directorate and as a TNC programme committee member and chair.
Klaas will be giving his keynote on day two, Wednesday 4 November, at 14.15. View full programme.
Other featured speakers
Emma Bond and Andy Phippen
Emma Bond is drector of research, head of the graduate school and professor of socio-technical research at the University of Suffolk.
She is internationally renowned for her extensive research on online risk and vulnerable groups, domestic abuse, revenge pornography, sexual abuse and image-based abuse online.
Andy Phippen is a professor of digital rights at Bournemouth University and is a visiting professor at the University of Suffolk.
He has specialised in the use of ICTs in social contexts and the intersection with legislation for over 15 years, carrying out a large amount of grass roots research on issues such as attitudes toward privacy and data protection, internet safety and contemporary issues such as sexting, peer abuse and the impact of digital technology on well-being.
Emma and Andy are presenting their session 'Online safeguarding in HE/FE – stepping up to duty of care?' on day one, Tuesday 3 November, at 11:15. View full programme.
Sam is policy manager at Universities UK (UUK).
Sam is Universities UK's policy lead for research and innovation, and security related issues. He has recently led the development of new national guidelines on managing risks in internationalisation.
Sam is presenting his session 'Managing risks in internationalisation - security-related risks' on day three, Thursday 5 November, at 13:30. View full programme.
David is director of UK Safer Internet Centre at South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL); the national awareness centre and part of the European Insafe network.
David has worked extensively in online safety for many years with children, schools and wider agencies. He advises a number of governments and school inspectorates on online safety strategy and policy, particularly with regards to education. David has recently been appointed as an expert adviser to the United Nations ITU and is a member of UKCIS as well as the Twitter Trust and Safety Council.
David is speaking on day two, Wednesday 4 November, at 11:15. View full programme.