The Internet Safety Conference 2019 is the must-attend national event that will drive forward effective strategies and practices for protecting children and adults online, with Ministerial addresses from Nadhim Zahawi MP (Department for Education) and Margot James MP (DCMS).

Attendees will hear from leading policymakers prioritising additional support to schools, charities, local authorities and police to tackle growing concerns surrounding online activity. Additionally, best practice case studies will outline their strategies to successfully manage and eliminate online dangers.

Reasons to Attend

two Ministerial insights into the latest governmental policy directed towards making the UK the safest place to be online

how schools, councils, police and the wider online industry can work in partnership to minimise online dangers

what is being done to safeguard children and adults from the evolving dangers of social media

with the Department for Education what role schools can play to keep children safe from online dangers

from leading case studies across schools, local authorities, police and charities excelling in creating a safer online environment

how the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP) is working to protect children from online exploitation

the importance of a safe internet for all members of society, including adults and vulnerable groups

with leaders from across the country working hard to forge partnerships in delivering a safe internet

This Conference is specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools, Local Authorities, Police and the Voluntary Sector. Typical job titles will include:
  • Directors of ICT
  • Headteachers
  • Assistant Heads
  • Teachers
  • E-Safety Coordinators
  • Internet Safety Officers
  • Education Safeguarding Advisors
  • Safeguarding Managers
  • Heads of Quality Standards
  • Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub Specialists
  • E-crime Specialists
  • Community Safety Officers
  • Chairs of E-Safety Safeguarding Boards
  • Charity Chief Executives

*This Conference is also open to the wider public and private sectors to encourage networking and debate.