A 360° VIEW OF DATA IN THE ENTERPRISE
24 May 2018 | Hilton London Bankside
The UK’s most prominent data conference is back for a 7th year!
Information Age is pleased to announce the return of its flagship data conference and the UK’s leading event for the use of data in the enterprise.
The Data Leadership Summit is the thinking person’s big data event – for IT pros who are not drawn into hype but do recognise opportunities. They don’t want another hype-fuelled event telling them what big data is – they want to become leaders in generating business value from data.
Doing this involves looking at the subject not just from an analytics and intelligence angle, but also from an infrastructure and transformation perspective, strategy and innovation, and security and governance.
This 360° view of how to approach data in the enterprise has gained much praise since the event’s launch in 2013, and now registrations are open for the seventh Data Leadership Summit, set to take place on 24 May 2018 at the Hilton London Bankside.
The summit’s 25+ renowned speakers are the cream of the crop of the data and IT world when it comes to demonstrating real business value from deploying technology and data strategies in large organisations.
A number of the speakers are also alumni of the Data Leaders Awards, a prominent programme in association with the Data Leadership Summit that reveals and celebrates the UK’s top data leaders each year. Both events take place on 24 May – summit in the day and awards in the evening – forming an important date in the data community’s calendar.
Registration and networking
Welcome from the editor
Panel: Mastering the art of data leadership in a digital world
Phil Clayson, Technology Director, TalkTalk
Roberto Chorley, Head of Actuarial Systems, Legal & General
Natalie Jakomis, Head of Data, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
David Hytch, Technology Lead, CalMac Ferries
Harnessing new data, technologies and techniques to solve high-impact business problems
Katia Walsh, Chief Global Data and Analytics Officer, Vodafone
Refreshments and networking
Transforming the news with digital and data
Jo Wickremasinghe, Director of Product, News UK
Dan Gilbert, Director of Data Technology, News UK
Data as a tool for transformation
Paul Henderson, Head of Data and Analytics: Infrastructure, Government and Health, KPMG
The opportunities that GDPR brings to grocery retail
David Castro-Gavino, Data & Technology Client Director for Asia, EMEA & LatAm, dunnhumby
Panel: How does GDPR effect the impact on your organisation?
John Hield, Information Security & Compliance Manager, Veolia
Steve Switzer, Information Security Analyst, Cancer Research UK
Adrian Winckles, Director, Cyber Security & Networking Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University
Refreshments and networking
Data as the driver for transformation within the business
Peter Jackson, Chief Data Officer, Southern Water
Caroline Carruthers, Group Director of Data Management, Lowell Group
Lyndsay Weir, Head of Digital Data & Analytics, Nestlé UK
Sudip Trivedi, Head of Data and Analytics and Connectivity, Shared Digital
Abed Ajraou, Global Data & Insights Director, First Utility
Have you got an appropriate data strategy?
Dean Stoecker, CEO, Alteryx
Chief Data Officer, Peculium/AIEVE
Chief Data Officer, Network Rail
Data and Technology Client Director for Asia, EMEA & LatAm, dunnhumby
Head of Data Governance & Strategy EMEA, State Street
Head of Actuarial Systems, Legal & General
Technology Director, TalkTalk
Director of Data Technology, News UK
Head of Programme & Project Services, Network Rail
Head of Data and Analytics: Infrastructure, Government and Health
Information Security & Compliance Manager, Veolia
Technology Lead, CalMac Ferries
Chief Data Officer, Southern Water
Head of Data, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Information Security Analyst, Cancer Research UK
Chief Global Data and Analytics Officer, Vodafone
Lauren Sager Weinstein
Chief Data Officer, Transport for London
Director of Product, News UK
Director, Cyber Security & Networking Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University