Day 1 - 24 November 2020
Presentation: The agile CISO
- Exposing the main tenants of CISO success
- The CISO as Digital Trust Leader – How can we bridge the trust gap?
- Integrating security & legal as part of digital transformation
Presentation: Developing a business-driven security strategy
- Ensuring your security team supports your company’s strategic goals
- Are you getting the most bang for your buck in terms of cyber spend?
- How can you identify key risk indicators and hit KPIs?
Security Architect & Technical Lead
11:10AM - Day 1
Presentation: It’s personal! The Human Impact
- Breach impact on an organisation is well known, but are CISOs affected on a personal level?
- Is better communication key to keeping your security team motivated?
- What can organisations do to help? Protecting people as well as data
. Nick Nagle, Security Architect & Technical Lead, AP Moller-Maersk
Presentation: Bend, don’t break – Creating a cyber resilient business
- Combining cyber security, business continuity and enterprise resilience
- How to elevate the role of security
- Maintaining functionality safely
Panel: Who’s to blame? Breach accountability & responsibility
- If the CIO isn’t fired for outages, should the CISO be fired over a breach?
- Should there be a data breach clause, and can this be deemed wrongful termination?
- What impact does security budget and board willingness have?
- How can we change the view of the Security Operations Centre from breach prevention to readiness & response?
. Ian Parker, CISO, Menzies Distribution
. Rafael Narezzi, CIO, WiseEnergy
Information Security Officer
12:40PM - Day 1
Presentation: Using safety to your advantage – The CISO as a business enabler
- Understanding the role & value proposition – Influencers, protectors or responders?
- What sort of skills does a CISO need and how can we close the expectation gap?
- How does this differ by company and industry and continue to evolve?
. Mouhamad Omar, Information Security Officer, TUI France
Lunch & Speed Networking on Grip
Presentation: Smart Cyber – How can AI manage risk?
- In cyber, AI can improve threat intelligence, prediction & protection.
- How can you leverage AI to improve your security capabilities?
- Moving from detection to investigation
Global Head, Behavioural Risk Management
02:20PM - Day 1
Presentation: Making security sexy – The psychology behind awareness
- Everyone knows not to open a spam email, yet people are still hooked by phishing. Can you buy, train or educate to change human behaviours?
- Awareness does not equal behaviour – can cyber security progress without behavioural change?
- Examples of organisations excelling in this space
. Mirea Raaijmakers, Global Head, Behavioural Risk Management, ING
Presentation: From Dev to DevSec – Bridging the knowledge gap
- Security Operations Centres are now influencing the speed & agility of new apps, services & the data they create. Is there a knowledge gap?
- Understanding development basics
- Successful and unsuccessful examples of securing applications, services & web apps and lessons learnt
Presentation: Cloud security on a budget
- Maintaining control in the cloud – how to secure a moving target and ever-expanding infrastructure
- Finding and securing your most valuable data
- Understanding shadow technology & the risk it poses
Global Head - Threat and Vulnerability Management
03:50PM - Day 1
Presentation: Priority One – Keeping secure in times of change
- How has 2020 changed our attitude towards security?
- How can you maintain security as the business grows more agile?
- Ensuring your controls meet the goals of your organisation
. Joyce Rodriguez, Global Head - Threat and Vulnerability Management, Shell
Presentation: Driving Progress in a Digital World – Reducing Risk in your Supply Chain
- Effective risk management allows organisations to take full advantage of new opportunities. How can you ensure you can trust your partners?
- How to ensure against future risk
- Ensuring collaboration is your best protection