As well as hosting its own events, the CTO supports events by other organisations where there is a synergy with the CTO’s vision and priority areas. The CTO participates in such events with partner organisations to spread key messages in the field of ICT4D, and to create a larger ICT4D community in which skills, knowledge and experiences can be shared. Linking with our partners’ platforms helps communicate, educate and motivate to an even wider audience. Supported events provide the CTO with an opportunity to share its expertise in specific areas at events convened by other organisations. This is done in a collaborative spirit, in order to influence and inform policy and advise decision-makers, so as to achieve greater socio-economic development across the Commonwealth in the field of ICTs.
We warmly welcome the opportunity to discuss any potential opportunities for partnering in delivering high-quality events and conferences. Please contact Lasantha De Alwis (Director and Head of the Operations Department/Corporate Secretary) at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss opportunities.
Details of upcoming supported events are provided below:
Riga, Latvia, 22 October 2015
DSSITSEC is Baltic’s leading, annual security conference and exhibition, launched by Data Security Solutions in 2010, in effort to promote Information Technology Security in the region.
The conference is recognised for its rich content and splendid international outreach. This year marks 6 years of contribution to strengthening Regional Cyber Security by DSS and its partners. The DSS ITSEC 2015 – Building Digital Fortress will focus on the future of ICT Security Sector in the Baltics, Nordics, and CEE regions, discussing evolving industry trends, creating new partnerships, sharing best practices and most recent technological developments.
DSS ITSEC 2015 will bring together top ICT Security professionals from industry’s leading developers, international organisations and agencies, local and regional businesses, as well as, representatives of government, and public sector.
Rabat, Morocco, 28 August 2015
For the second consecutive year, the Middle East and North Africa Spectrum Management Conference will provide a meeting point for spectrum stakeholders to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.
Taking place with the support of The Arab Spectrum Management Group (ASMG) and co-located with the upcoming 20th meeting of the ASMG in Rabat, the conference offers an unrivalled opportunity to join the top experts from across MENA and beyond for discussions on all the key spectrum management issues for the region in an interactive environment.
Confederation of Danish Industry 13 – 14 October 2015
This year, the 5G Huddle will offer the chance to look at progress made in the 12 months since then, discussing development, investment and infrastructure, to focus on moving towards delivering a sustainable 5G ecosystem. The event will be a platform to discuss global standardisation, co-operation and interoperability, looking at how a user-centric approach can be used to identify and overcome the obstacles and challenges connected to a 5G future.