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  • Infosec 2020

    Incident Response

    Maxine Holt, Research Director, Ovum

    From examining shadow IT systems through your ‘e’-discovery process to ensuring you have a 6-P mantra (proper preparation and planning prevents poor performance) at the front of your mind, Maxine takes us through how you should be addressing data breach with a good cyber hygiene regime. Proactive threat hunting is more than just scanning.

  • Infosec 2020

    Incident Response

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    Becky Pinkard, Chief Information Security Officer, Aldermore

    The way Norsk Hydro dealt with their data breach could be viewed as a gold standard in incident response, Becky discusses that as well has having a stress-tested and documented response plan, companies should focus on how transparent they can be with their customers should an incident occur. Enterprises should also be looking at support teams, security is a 24/7 job and professional burnout can easily fracture a strong performing team.

  • Infosec 2020

    Trends & Predictions

    Troy Hunt, Microsoft Regional Director, Founder of Have I Been Pwned?

    With the US elections taking place in 2020 there will be a focus on that of course, but Troy also highlights credential stuffing, we have more data, more user names and passwords. We could also see greater government access to communications and continuing trends like IoT creating even more data (just consider the Aadhar biometric system). Could there be a major data breach (think Madison breach or Equifax) or a serious terrorist attack?

  • Infosec 2020

    Trends & Predictions

    Killian Faughnan, Group CISO, William Hill

    There will continue to be some long-standing trends in 2020 including skills shortage, but Killian suggests companies will begin to recruit from other professionals rather than purely security. He also predicts slow but steady improvements in security awareness at board level; cloud security; increase i discussions around automation vs augmentation and access control (including BYOD and mobile - which are difficult to solve without being either too restrictive or too lenient).

  • Infosec 2020

    Trends & Predictions

    Becky Pinkard, Chief Information Security Officer, Aldermore

    In the bid to keep pace with consumer demand and technology capabilities, industry is borrowing more technical debt than it’s repaying and that is catching up to us. As a result, Becky discusses how we’ll start to see more headlines focused on successful attacks due to this growing technical debt and the associated “shadow risk” it creates.

  • Infosec 2020

    25 Years in Infosecurity

    Troy Hunt, Microsoft Regional Director, Founder of Have I Been Pwned?

    What will the next 25 years look like for cyber? Will we see an act of war on critical infrastructure? Will we see more regulatory penalties hitting corporates, what about the executives themselves? Troy Hunt shares his thoughts on how the next two and half decades will shape up for cyber.

  • Infosec 2020

    25 Years in Infosecurity

    Paul Watts, Dominos, CIO of Dominos Pizza Group

    With a real worry of a possible cataclysmic digital 3rd world war, what sort of epiphany needs to occur before fundamental issues need addressing? Will we see a consumer revolution? Also we are in a ring of cat and mouse, with the speed of digital innovation racing security solutions.

  • Infosec 2020

    25 Years in Infosecurity

    Mark D. Nicholls CISM MCMI, Head of Information Security & Governance, Peabody

    Compliance and large scale breaches are driving investment, but rather than being the weakest link, we should also consider people as one of our strongest lines of defence alongside automated solutions.

  • Infosec 2020

    25 Years in Infosecurity

    Becky Pinkard, Chief Information Security Officer, Aldermore Bank

    Becky reminds us of the Morris Worm and how we should learn from that in terms of how similar platforms are being used across the board today. She goes on to discuss how regulation should be a key issue and how CISOs roles could be better defined to help.

  • 2019

    Innovation 2

    AI Learning and new inventions.

    David Edwards, Head of Information Security in the Financial Sector, gives his views on how AI is leading to new inventions, and how start-ups are taking advantage of several banking APIs to invent new ways of saving and payment. He describes how he will also be showing one of the first platforms in the world to have real time conversations designed with social constructs to implement deception in order to train staff.

  • 2019

    Innovation

    How Machine learning and Deep Learning is driving insight.

    Keynote speaker Maxine Holt, Research Director for Ovum shares how innovation is key to moving forward, with not only advances in accelerated learning freeing up time for other staff, but also how Machine Learning and Deep Learning is driving insight into threat intelligence.

  • 2019

    Convergence

    Convergence between physical and cyber environments is leaving businesses exposed.

    More than half (59 per cent) of respondents to a social media poll conducted by Infosecurity Europe 2019 believe that an attack on the UK’s critical national infrastructure is likely this year.

    We speak with Phil Beecher, President and CEO of the Wi-SUN Alliance on whether there is a convergence on cyber and physical and if there is scope for collaboration.

  • 2019

    Innovation 3

    AI and Machine learning offer hope in Cybersecurity

    Andrew Rose, Chief Security Officer, Vocalink Mastercard company suggests that AI and Machine Learning are two elements that offer tremendous hope in cybersecurity. The ability to recognise outlier events, edge cases and subtle behaviour change, and then automate responses, will help industry tackle issues before they become incidents.

  • 2019

    Convergence

    We ask Paul Edon, Senior Director of Technical Services for Tripwire his opinion on security of IT and OT environments and how we’ve matured in both of those areas, the position we are in at the moment and where we need to go.

  • 2019

    Convergence

    Sarb Sembhi, CISO, CTO for Virtually Informed discusses an overlooked issue that Cyber Physical attacks can be targeted towards the very buildings that companies are operating from.

  • 2019

    Complexity Concerns

    Will concerns over complexity see a return to basics for CISOs in 2019?

    Will systems become harder to secure as they become more complex or will organisations see 2019 as the year to streamline technologies and processes to simplify their security architecture, a topic which will be hotly debated during Infosecurity Europe 2019.

    We asked Paul Watts, Chief Information Security Officer for Dominos Pizza UK & Ireland what his thoughts are on this subject.

  • 2019 CISO Predictions

    What does 2019 have in store for us?

    It’s that time of the year when we dust off our crystal ball and look at the year ahead. Given the pace at which technology is changing and the challenge for infosecurity to keep up, we’ve challenged our community of senior security professionals to predict the trends and challenges that will shape the industry in 2019.

    We asked CISOs George Luchita, Justin Campbell and Nigel Stanley what they expect to see in cybersecurity in 2019.

  • 2018

    View From The Board: A CEO's Perspective On Cybersecurity

    Patch Or Perish: Strengthening Controls To Reduce Risk And Mitigate Threats

    From Cyber Threat To Cyber Ally: Changing Behaviour To Drive A Risk-Aware Culture

  • T-72 Hours and Counting: Rapid Response to a Cyber Attack

    Weaponising The Web: Nation-State Hacking and What It Means For Cybersecurity

    Rethinking Security Teams to Address the Skills Shortage and Secure the Business

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