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IT Security Analyst and CISO Forum's CISO Debates 2018

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Join the UK's top CISOs and global IT Security Association Leaders for this exciting and topical debating session and earn 3 CPE credits towards your SSCP®/CISSP® and ISACA certifications.

Secure your place to attend the IT Security CISO Debate hosted by IT Security Guru and learn from the UK’s top industry experts on topics including the cyber security skills shortage, GDPR and industry’s best practices.

PLEASE NOTE: Places are limited to IT Security Professionals who are currently working for commercial or government organisations and provide a commercial email on registration. Delegates MUST provide a company email address on registration, otherwise we will refuse your booking.

Since this is a free event, we ask that only TWO delegates from each organisation attend. If you send or register more than two people, we reserve the right to refuse their registration.

Questions? Call us on 0207 1832 836 - we're always happy to help.


Timetable:

2:00 – 2:45pm: What is “good security” anyway? CISOs top tips on what makes a company secure

In this panel, CISOs from all walks of industry will share their best practice and advice. From training, technology and techniques, these CISOs will have an open and frank discussion about what “good security” looks like in a modern enterprise.

Moderator:

Sarb Sembhi, CTO, CISO & DPO, Virtually Informed

Panellists:

Shan Lee, ‎Information Security Officer, TransferWise

Sandip Patel, Director, Information Security Consultancy, GSK

Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security, Canon Europe


2:50pm - 3:35pm: Crisis Communications in a post-GDPR world

With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on the horizon, what does the board need to make sure they are communicating to employees, customers and stakeholders should the worst happen and a data breach occurs? This discussion will offer best practice advice, what to steer clear of and when to notify when dealing with a data breach event.

Moderators:

Lee Munson, Security Researcher, Comparitech.com

Panellists:

Neil Stinchcombe, Director, Eskenzi PR

Sue Milton, Managing Director, SSM Governance Associates

Mark Deem, Partner, Cooley UK


3:35pm – 4:00pm: BREAK

4:00pm – 4:45pm: What can the Military teach us when it comes to protecting the Enterprise?

This panel will bring together Military professionals to discuss what lessons companies can learn from taking a leaf out of their playbooks.

Moderator:

Peter Wood, CEO, First Base Technologies LLP

Panellists:

Gerry O’Neill, Director, Inforisca

James Hadley, Founder/CEO, Immersive Labs

Jennifer Dean, Chair of Law at the British Computer Society

Natan Bandler, CEO, Cy-OT


4:50pm – 5:30pm: What are those in the know doing to close the skills gap?

The skills gap has been a major problem plaguing the security industry and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Now it’s time for action – hear how some of the industry’s best practitioners and professionals are taking a stand and combating the problem head-on.

Moderator:

Stephen Khan, Head of Information, HSBC;

Panellists:

Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security, Canon Europe

Steve Williamson, Audit Account Director, Information Security and Data Privacy, GSK

Thomas Langford, Chief Information Security Officer, Publicis Groupe

Matt Parsons, head of Cyber Skills policy team in DCMS

Peter Wood, CEO, First Base Technologies LLP

James Hadley, CEO, Immersive Labs


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