Conservative Technology Forum Meeting 6th December

Unisys has sponsored a meeting of The Conservative Technology Forum, (CTF) a policy development group supporting the Westminster Front-bench team, on the evening of December 6th (18:00) at Portcullis House.

The meeting, at the heart of Westminster, will present an up to the minute view and discussion of the current issues impacting on computer crime, Internet security and the pressing subject of compliance, which will impact all businesses in 2005.

Chaired by Shadow Technology Minister, Michael Fabricant MP, the speakers will be:

• Terrence Peters - Head of Security Practise Unisys (UK)

• Philip Virgo - Secretary General of EURIM

• Simon Moores - Vice Chairman of Aediles and The Conservative Technology Forum

The short fifteen minute presentations will be followed by wine and food sponsored by Unisys.

Other members of Parliament and Peers may be present (contingent on Westminster activity in the House of Commons) and places are limited to 28 people Security at Portcullis House is tight, so CTF members should email your request to secretary@conservative-technology.org

About the Conservative Technology Forum
Information economy and information society issues now play an increasingly important part in plans for the economic success of the United Kingdom and the future of the European Community. Led by Shadow Industry & Technology Minister Michael Fabricant MP and chaired by Malcolm Harbour, MEP, the Conservative Technology Forum is actively contributing to Westminster Front Bench thinking, on Information Society matters. In conjunction with its expert policy and research unit, Aediles, its objective is to enlist the creativity of those working with the new computing, communications and content industries in examining how society should be enabling constructive change while handling the consequences of rapid technology evolution. Its home page is http://www.conservative-technology.org

CTF 6th December Meeting information

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