Event Alert: Tommy Flowers Institute Conference, Security & Trust

  • When

    26th – 27th September 2017

  • Where

    Adastral Park, Martlesham, Ipswich IP5 3RE

  • Contact

    Fraser Burton – Email: tommy.flowers.institute@bt.com

The next Tommy Flowers Institute Conference will focus on “Security and Trust – How to empower and protect all users?

As ICT becomes an increasingly central part of society, the ICT industry must protect our customers and ourselves – from deliberate external and internal attacks and from both external events and unintended internal accidents. Technology can empower users so that they can protect themselves and their data, but these new capabilities can in turn enable new kinds of attack, or have unintended consequences, so there is constant evolution across technology, user behaviour, and the perception of human rights. Users need to trust the underlying infrastructure in order to make full use of it, and maintaining users’ trust requires a credible track-record of secure operation, when the technology base is constantly evolving. So the ICT industry itself needs to be able to trust the AI and other mechanisms we are using to manage and protect our infrastructure.

As with our Spring and Summer Conferences, we will have key industry and government speakers, and we will offer our large audience of postgraduate researchers and academics the chance to question and network with them.

Recommended hotels are listed below. If you book early, you are likely to receive better rates.

Read more about the Tommy Flowers Institute and join in discussions via our various social media channels:


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Read more about the Tommy Flowers Institute and join in discussions via our various social media channels. Have you seen the video highlights from the Spring Conference?

Blog: http://tommyflowersinstitute.blogspot.co.uk

Twitter: @TFInstitute

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12028429

Here are some suggested hotels which you can book directly. Attendees are responsible to cover any T&S costs.

Hotels not too far from Adastral Park, but with no access to bus and requiring use of taxi or car:

Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Kesgrave, Ipswich IP5 2PU, 01473 333741 (picturesque, has restaurant).

Seckford Hall, Great Bealings, Woodbridge IP13 6NU, 01394 385678 (picturesque, has restaurant, golf course across the road). Please book directly and mention that you are attending a BT Conference and you will then receive a BT rate of £76 for a standard room plus £10 for breakfast.

Ufford Park, Yarmouth Rd, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1QW, 01394 383555 (golf course, spa and restaurant).

Hotels in town which have access to bus routes (some need a few minutes of walking to the bus stop):

Novotel, Grey Friars Rd, Ipswich IP1 1UP, Please ask for BT rate

Premier Inn, 33 Key St, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 1BZ

Travelodge, 15 Duke St, Ipswich IP3 0AE

Pentahotel, Ranelagh Road, Ipswich, IP2 0AD (closest to railway station)

Bed and Breakfast
Lattice Lodge, 499 Woodbridge Rd, Ipswich IP4 4EP, on the main road leading from Ipswich town to Martlesham Heath where BT Labs are. The bus stop is just a bit down the road and will need about half an hour due to stops. With a car it would only be 15 minutes.
Lattice Lodge needs about half an hours walk to town.

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