8:30 - 9:15   Registration, exhibition and networking
9:15 - 10:45   

Morning Plenary Digital Natives – Working together to learn, flourish and enjoy the connected world

9:15   Chairs welcome and opening remarks

David Miles – Consultant - UKCCIS Evidence & Technical Group

Opening Address from Tony Anscombe - Senior Security Evangelist - AVG Technologies

9:35   Keynote Address and Intro to Panel Debate- Baroness Joanna Shields - Minister for Internet Safety & Security
09:45 - 10:45  

Interactive Panel Debate with Youth Panel from Diana Award
Government and Industry.

Topics to include but not limited to:

  • Do front-line practitioners understand the pressure of growing up as Digital Natives?
    Diana Award Youth Panel to give their view on growing up as digital natives and the pressure they face.
    Panel speakers to highlight their areas of concerns.
  • Can industry experience be utilised in schools to identify problems such as cyberbullying, trolling, and sharing indecent content?
    Diana Award Youth Panel to detail their experiences.
    Panel to respond.
  • Who do digital natives turn to when online problems escalate offline?
    Diana Award Youth panel to highlight concerns.
    Panel to respond.
  • What do post-millennials want in digital world? 
    Diana Award Youth Panel to detail what an ideal digital world would looks like.
    Panel to advise on what industry, government and partners can do to create this digital utopia.
  • Do you learn more from YouTube and Google than you do in a classroom?
    Diana Award Youth Panel to detail their thoughts on the topic.
    Panel to discuss in more detail. 


Tony Anscombe – Senior Security Evangelist – AVG
John Carr - Secretary, Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety, Executive Board Member of the UKCCIS & Expert Adviser to the European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online.
Julia Fossi – Head of Online Child Safety - NSPCC

Youth Panel from Diana Award 

10:45 - 11:15  

Mid-morning break – Tea/coffee and networking with the suppliers

11:15 - 12:15   Mid Morning Plenary - Living and Learning in the Digital Age
11:15   Chair's opening comments 
11:20 - 12:15  

Living & Learning in the Digital Age – connected youth and digital futures
Delegates will get an insight into work of one of the most respected scholars in the field of understanding youth in the digital age.

Professor Sonia Livingstone OBE – LSE

12:15 -13:00  

Seminar Session 1 in the Victoria, Albert and Wordsworth rooms.

A selection of interactive seminar sessions providing delegates with an opportunity to explore distinct aspects of key importance to the agenda.

13:00 - 14:00  

Networking & Light Lunch - delegates will be provided with a light lunch of sandwiches. Other options are available off site.

14:00 - 14:45   Seminar Session 2 in the Albert and Wordsworth Rooms -  A selection of interactive seminar sessions providing delegates with an opportunity to explore distinct aspects of key importance to the agenda.
14:45 - 15:15  

Afternoon Break - Networking with tea and coffee.

15:15- 16:15   Afternoon Plenary - Reducing the Risks of Online Grooming
15:15   Chairs Welcome
15:20   Brecks Story
Lorin LaFave -
Breck Foundation 
15:40   What are the Police doing to help parents and children?
Kevin Niven - Head of Safeguarding - CEOP

Q & A 



Chair Closing Remarks

16:25   Conference Close