Internet Watch Foundation
The BT Tower, London
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is marking two decades of eliminating online child sexual abuse material by celebrating its 20th anniversary in the BT Tower on Thursday 13 October. BT’s Director of Internet Operations Mike Galvin, IWF Chair Sir Richard Tilt and Baroness Joanna Shields OBE will be talking at the event and present a film showing IWF's crusade.
18-20 October 2016
Broadband World Forum
BBWF is a chance to connect with the greatest minds in the broadband world.
On 18 October, Openreach CEO Clive Selley will deliver a keynote speech entitled: 'Better, Broader, Faster: Connectivity to Maintain Britain's Digital Leadership'. The following day, BT chief executive Gavin Patterson will be taking part in a live interview based around 'The UK's Digital Future'. There are also presentations from several other BT speakers, covering topics as diverse as G.fast, 5G, network virtualisation, smart cities, and next generation TV.
The event will also feature an exclusive product showcase from host service provider BT.
'Stand up to cancer'
BT is proud to once again be partnering with Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 to support Stand Up to Cancer.
We've been a major partner of SU2C since the campaign was launched in the UK in 2012 and this year we're going bigger and better, with lots of opportunities for our people and customers to help us raise money for this great cause.
Our people have been getting involved in SU2C through a range of fundraising and volunteering initiatives and they'll be supporting a nationwide bucket collection on 21 October, the night of the main Telethon. We'll be raising money through BT MyDonate, our not-for-profit, online fundraising service and The BT Tower and three BT call centres will be providing the technology, network management and volunteers that enable donations to be received from the public.
Gartner Barcelona Symposium
There will be a BT stand presence and speaking slots including Global Services' CEO Luis Alvarez hosting a CIO panel on top tips on digital transformation, and Ramy Houssaini, VP of Security for Europe, on how businesses can keep abreast of the changing face of digital cybercrime.