For 2019, the Government Networking Zone has a larger footprint for increased access to Government departments and agencies.
Drop in and talk to the network of representatives about the range of topics relating to their work. View also the Government Demonstration Zone.
Participating organisations include:
The National CBRN Centre, part of Counter Terrorism Policing, brings together the emergency services to protect and prepare the UK against the CBRN threat.
Led by Chief Officers from the Police, Fire and Ambulance services in partnership with military and government agencies, the Centre supports, strengthens and assures a resilient CBRN capability for the UK.
The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) focuses on innovations which provide advantage to defence and national security to protect the UK from its adversaries. It finds and funds exploitable innovations and provides support to suppliers through to potential application. The Accelerator also funds innovations which support UK economic growth and prosperity.
DIT Defence and Security Organisation (DSO) provides the essential Government-to-Government dimension to company-led export marketing campaigns of Defence and Security equipment. Working with the UK Ministry of Defence, Armed Forces and wider DIT, DSO builds defence-to-defence and Government-to-Government relationships providing access to specialist support including equipment demonstrations and advice on doctrine and training.
The DIT Cyber Security Team provide a range of support to UK based Cyber Security companies looking to export. We work across government to provide government backed, general and sector specific export opportunities across the globe, as well as advice on all aspects of exporting, and export control.
The team will be on hand to answer questions on:
- Emerging technologies (AI, Machine Learning etc.)
- Export Advice (controlled product types, working with the Export Control Joint Unit)
- How UK can help specialist cyber SMEs to export (UK Cyber Export Strategy)
- UK cyber policy (UK Cyber Security Strategy & its implementation)
- MoD cyber policy (how the MoD operates cyber defences, what tools it uses)
- Companies with specific skills (delegation support)
The Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) administers the UK’s system of export controls and licensing for military and dual-use items. It brings together licensing operations from DIT, MOD and FCO. “Dual use goods” refers to items that can be used for both civil and military purposes including items used by the police and security sectors. ECJU takes decisions to grant or refuse an export licence.
Come and talk to us to find out how to determine if your items are controlled and which licences you should use to export. Remember – penalties apply if you try to export without the right licence.
The Department for Transport works with our agencies and partners to maintain the safety and security of the transport network, and the public using it, against all risks; Counter Terrorism, Cyber, Natural hazards & civil contingencies.
We provide a robust scientific evidence base to policy teams, drive innovation, support development of transport security solutions, set standards and ensure compliance of security technology. In addition, we support the emergency operational responses of the DfT and wider government.
The Dstl’s purpose is to deliver high-impact science and technology (S&T) for the UK’s defence, security and prosperity.
We work with the defence and security community, including industry, academia and international partners, to provide specialist S&T advice and services to MOD and wider Government, including police and counter-terrorism agencies.
FCO Services is part of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and protects people, property and information worldwide.
As part of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, we are trusted by HMG, government departments, agencies and commercial organisations for our expertise in: counter explosive ordinance defence engagement, secure global logistics networks and resilient cyber and technical IT services.
Our security cleared specialists design, deliver and support secure services, providing protection and reassurance for our customers and partners across the globe.
For more information visit www.fcoservices.gov.uk
The Security, Order and Counter Terrorism directorate of Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service exists to support prisons and probation to effectively manage national security threats, including terrorism, serious and organised crime and corruption, using intelligence to inform its management of security risks. The directorate has responsibility for operational elements of security, how we apply procedures to ensure secure, safe and resilient prisons, and serious incident management.
The Home Office’s Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism Science and Technology team delivers world leading science and innovation to get ahead and stay ahead of the terrorist and Serious Organised Crime threat.
Working with other national security departments, private sector suppliers, and international partners, we provide evidence, analysis, insights and solutions to deliver CT and SOC policy priorities, end-user capabilities, and catalyse innovation.
Home Office Science & Technology Commissioning Team Commissioning the right Science & Technology to meet the Home Office’s current and future challenges.
The S&T commissioning hub identifies the Home Office and its partners’ needs, understands how S&T can address problems, builds a prioritised portfolio of requirements, tasks work and oversees delivery holding external suppliers to account. The Hub works within the Home Office and across Government to leverage S&T investments and programmes, influence S&T strategy and establish capability needs for the future.
Innovate UK is leading the UK’s investment in innovation, providing the finance, connections and insight that enable ideas to shine, businesses to grow and Britain to succeed.
Find out more: innovateuk.gov.uk
The Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) was founded in 2016 by the UK Home Office. Formed within the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, JSaRC works to provide security outcomes for the United Kingdom by combining government, academic and private sector expertise.
This unique and collaborative approach brings commercial benefits for our partners by encouraging growth opportunities in the security sector; shaping a market space in which small, medium and large companies are able to understand immediate and long-term priorities and engage with government more effectively.
National Counter Terror Policing is a collaboration of UK Police Forces working with the UK intelligence community to help protect the public and our national security by preventing, deterring and investigating terrorist activity. The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) is a police unit that supports the ‘Protect & Prepare’ strands of the governments counter terrorism strategy.