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The recent global crisis is causing ripple effects that will have a lasting impact on businesses, increasing the risk of cyber attack. The ‘new normal’ of hybrid business environments is heightening cyber security vulnerabilities, as organisations work to protect assets both in the office and at home. 

Now is the time to re-evaluate security strategies and safeguard your operations. 

The second event of the Cyber Risk and Resilience Series, ‘Protecting Against Cyber Attack’, will give you the tools to understand the human and structural process that can protect your business. With analysis and debate on the role of AI to monitor your network for unusual activity, how to manage and prevent insider threats as well as the insights into creating a security culture in reality rather than just paying lip service to it. ‘Protecting Against Cyber Attack’ looks to provide you with practical and business critical tools to improve the standard of monitoring, certification and training in your business.

Understanding & Managing Cyber Risk

Key questions that will be answered:

‘A bad carpenter blames his tools’
How do you ensure your workforce is trained to implement the security tools and protocols you are putting in place?

Man vs. Machine:
What role should AI play in your network monitoring?

Where should you be prioritising to monitor for unusual activity?

Scaling technology that protects you and your business

Are your own staff your biggest cyber security risk? And if so, how do create a’ security culture’ to mitigate this risk?

What ‘unusual activity’ should you be looking out for? How do you know it is an attack rather than just unusual activity?

Key Themes

Leading Experts 

This event is designed for CISOs and IT security professionals. Delivering expert advice from the leading voices in the industry, the event aims to cut through the marketing jargon to get to the business critical fundamentals.

Data Insights & Case Studies 

This event is designed for CISOs and IT security professionals. Delivering expert advice from the leading voices in the industry, the event aims to cut through the marketing jargon to get to the business critical fundamentals.

Changing Cyber Risk 

The event will explore the unique challenges face by businesses today in the ‘new normal’ of hybrid working environments and provide solutions scaled to fit your business size and situation.

Event 2
February 24, 2021
9:25 am - 9:30 am
Online Platform

Welcome Remarks & Explanation of Features of Digital Platform

9:30 am - 9:50 am
Online Platform

Data Download Presentation: An Update on the Cyber Security Stats and Facts

Prof. John Walker
Editor in Chief, International Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat Investigations
9:50 am - 10:40 am
Online Platform

Panel Discussion: Beyond the Marketing Spiel: What should you be looking for in a solution to protect your business?

Martin Whitworth
Head of Cyber Security and Information, Which? Magazine
Quentyn Taylor
Director of Information Security, Canon Europe
10:45 am - 11:05 am
Online Platform

Presentation: Monitoring & Visibility: How can you defend against a threat that you can’t see because it is an attack on a third party?

To be Confirmed
11:10 am - 11:30 am
Online Platform

Presentation: Data Protection and Cybersecurity: How can you ensure that teams are following a consistent data protection protocol?

Adrian Leung
Data Protection Office, Equifax Ltd
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Online Platform

Industry Specific Roundtables

Rory Alsop
Head of Technology & Cyber Risk, HSBC
Collette Weston
Cyber Security Specialist, Jacobs
Phil Cracknell
CISO, Board Advisor, IP Performance
To be Confirmed

These roundtables will provide you with the same experience as meeting and chatting to someone new during the coffee break of a live conference. Organised by industry sector, each table will give you an opportunity to lesson share and network with others dealing with the same industry specific challenges as you.
There will be a table leader to drive the conversation and provide you with actionable learnings to take away from the conversation.

All you have to do is:
Click on a topic table
Choose whether you want to share your audio and visual
Jump into the conversation
Move on to a different table when you are ready or after 25 minutes so that someone else can join in as tables will be limited to 10 people

There will be several topics for each industry sector so that you have the opportunity for as much networking and lesson sharing as possible.
Finance
Manufacturing
Retail
Charities
Utilities
Government/Public Sector

12:25 pm - 2:00 pm
Online Platform

Lunch & Screen Break

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm
Online Platform

Presentation: Reducing the Human Factor: Can AI and Machine Learning Revolutionise the Cyber Security Sector?

To be Confirmed
2:25 pm - 2:45 pm
Online Platform

Presentation: A Human Centric Approach to Ransomware & Phishing Attacks: How do you protect your workforce from themselves?

To be Confirmed
2:50 pm - 3:30 pm
Online Platform

Thought Leadership & Management Panel Discussion: The Big Debate of Human vs. Technology: What is the best team structure to ensure the most efficient monitoring or is it better to rely on technology?

Collette Weston
Cyber Security Specialist, Jacobs
Phil Cracknell
CISO, Board Advisor, IP Performance
Quentyn Taylor
Director of Information Security, Canon Europe
Craig McEwen
CISO, AngloAmerican

How do you consider and factor in diversity of thought in the structure of your teams?

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Online Platform

Afternoon Break

4:00 pm - 4:20 pm
Online Platform

Presentation: Certification & Standardisation: How can you make certification more accessible and achievable for your DevOps team?

To be Confirmed
4:25 pm - 4:45 pm
Online Platform

Presentation: Creating a Consistent Protection Philosophy: How can you protect your business from the growing threat of APTs?

To be Confirmed
4:50 pm - 5:30 pm
Online Platform

Panel Discussion: ‘A bad carpenter blames his tools’ - How do you ensure your workforce is trained to implement the security tools and protocols you are putting in place?

To be Confirmed

Current Speaker Line-up

If you are interested in speaking at the next event please contact:

Alex Bell

Portfolio Manager

alex.bell@haymarket.com

Rory Alsop

Head of Technology & Cyber Risk, HSBC

Prof. John Walker

Editor in Chief, International Journal of Cyber Forensics and Advanced Threat Investigations

Mark Hubert

Enterprise Security Strategist, Caresocius