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Data Centre World – Main Stage speakers, 2022.

Mon 24 Jan 2022


2022’s Data Centre World Main Stage boasts contributions, not only from inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim-Berners Lee, but a roll-call of thought leaders with wide-ranging and exceptional expertise.

Zoe Rose, an authority on Cyber Security and named one of the ’50 most influential women in Tech’ joins us to share experiences as an architect and trailblazer.

Magnus Falk’s career spans the industries of gold/diamond mining and technology management, with positions held at Credit Suisse, Accenture, and the UK Government – where he was CTO of the Digital Service. He continues to be a non-executive at the UK Fraud Office.

We are honoured to host Broadcaster and STEM education advocate, Maggie Philbin OBE, who will speak on her experience of running education charity, TeenTech among a wealth of other topics.

Also providing a keynote is Dr Samira Asma – Assistant Director-General for Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact at the World Health Organization. Dr Asma has served in senior positions at the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention for over two decades where she established global programmes on tobacco control, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), environmental health and injuries through successful collaborations. She is a recognised  expert on global tobacco control and NCDs.

We are delighted to welcome Ivanna Bartoletti – Global Data Privacy Officer at Wipro, the international information technology, consulting, and business process services company. Ivanna is a respected authority on privacy policy, strategy and programmes related to digital transformation, cloud, and automation. She is a Visiting Policy Fellow at the University of Oxford and author of An Artificial Revolution, on Power, Politics and AI.

Jamie Bartlett needs little introduction as the author of several popular books on technology, including The Dark Net.

Debbie Forster MBE is co-founder and CEO of the Tech Talent Charter, an entity working towards greater inclusion and diversity in the UK tech’ workforce. Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) named her Woman of the Year for 2016 and she was awarded an MBE in 2017 for ‘Services to Digital Technology and Tech Development.’ Computer Weekly named her Most Influential Woman in UK IT for 2019. She serves on the institute of Coding’s Diversity Board, the government’s Digital Economy Council and its Money and Pensions Service advisory board.

Tech Show London‘s high-quality programme does not end at the Main Stage, as our panels, deep-dives and multifunction areas platform a rich representation of global leadership from high-profile organisations and government departments.

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