SECRC reach the finals at the UK IT Industry Awards 2021

After launching in September 2021, The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East has made it through to the final of the UK IT Industry Awards 2021 in the category of Best Public Sector IT Project of the Year.

Technology is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and there are hundreds of events dedicated to recognising success - but only one boasts the professionalism, scale and recognition to lead the way.


The UK IT Industry Awards are the largest and most well-known event in the technology industry calendar. Owned and operated by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and Computing, the awards enjoy a level of professionalism and industry knowledge not seen at other shows. From transport apps and online shopping baskets to literally saving lives, modern IT impacts all of us.


BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and Computing exist to celebrate the role of the IT team: the positive impact it has on business and the wider world. As a brand, we champion that, and the UK IT Industry Awards are there to recognise and lionise the people who are creating a better world through IT.


WHY THE UK IT INDUSTRY AWARDS?

Winners at the UK IT Industry Awards are chosen based on more than the strength of a written entry, by a panel of judges drawn from the list of sponsors. All UK IT judging is done 1-2-1 by multiple panels of IT leaders that are rigorously, stringently independent. Instead of reading the work of marketing teams, these judges question IT professionals themselves and mark them as peers. As a result, winners are celebrated for genuine success.


This unique process adds an astonishing level of tension for entrants, but ensures that the winners are genuinely leading their chosen field.


The awards will take place at Evolution London on Wednesday 10 November.


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