Webinar panel announced: Digital transformation in UK higher education

Driving benefits and managing risk through Identity as a Service


Digitalisation has changed how we interact, live and work. Cloud, mobile-first platforms and the Internet of Things are driving a new digital economy, and it’s growing fast. As these connections grow, the digital economy is literally transforming the UK’s education sector.

We’re excited to announce our panel guests:

Aris Koliopoulos, head of IT at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London

A senior IT leader with years of experience in the education, non-for-profit and charity sectors. Aris says: “I belong to that generation that grew up watching StarTrek and believed that they could achieve that future through technology”.

Kelsey Nelson, product marketing manager, Okta

Focused on cross-product and cross-industry go-to-market solutions such as Zero Trust as well as vertical-specific solutions for industries such as the public sector. Prior to Okta, she led product and business communications at tech startups varying from enterprise software to edtech to consumer music hardware.

George Fisher, local gov and education regional sales manager, Okta

Responsible for education and local government. He has spent many years in the Identity and Security industry, in Australasia and the UK, working with major organizations in the education, government, financial services and telecommunications sectors.

Join us at 3pm on Wednesday 19th June 2019 to share your views on:

  • How to successfully, and safely, manage the technologies for all users: staff, students, partners, alumni
  • Security landscape of cloud computing, mobile solutions and other technologies
  • Authenticating identity and authorising access as the new front in the escalating war with cyber adversaries


Free live webinar & QA

Blended learning – Did we forget about the students?

Free Education Webinar with Class

Wednesday, June 15, 11AM London BST

Join our expert panel as we look at what blended learning means in 2022 and how universities can meet the needs of ever more diverse student expectations.