CAKE 41 will explore the relationship between art and technology, and how this can help to communicate issues such as cyber security.
According to Christies, ‘Art and technology have a complex but meaningful history of working together and influencing one another’. Innovation in one often leads to innovation in the other. How can we develop this relationship further to enhance innovation, improve understanding and help communicate seemingly technical issues, such as cyber security, to a broader audience?
More about Dynamo and #CyberFest
Dynamo are an industry led group with the core mission to ‘Grow the North East Tech Economy’ through collaboration, innovation, skills. A voice for the sector regionally and nationally generating ‘noise’ to promote the region as a hotspot for Tech/digital business.
#CyberFest, the North East’s biggest cyber security festival, across 14 events throughout September, is a fantastic demonstration of the region’s dynamic and exciting cyber security sector.
Welcome and introduction to Creative Fuse North East – Mark Adamson, Project Director Creative Fuse North East
CyberNorth and #CyberFest, Why the arts and technology? – Phil Jackman – Dynamo North East
The Cyber Cage and Cyber Eyes Wide Open programme – Gill Hagan-Green, Research And Development Specialist at University of Sunderland and Lynne Hall, Institutional Lead, Creative Fuse
Beauty in cyber security solutions – Andi Pannell – Head of Cyber Security at Bottlepay
Whatever your professional background, this event is designed to support potential by inspiring new conversations and allowing introductions to take place that will enable collaboration. The event will take place on Zoom, the video conferencing platform. You don’t need to have an account but we recommend that you sign up for a free account and use the desktop app.
To register for the event, please click here: https://bit.ly/3BNOI9l