Register now to attend the IT Security Guru CISO Debate hosted by the IT Security Guru and learn from the UK’s industry experts, taking place 9th June 2015 at the Melia White House Hotel, London. Register here to secure your place.
Sessions commence at 2pm and include:
Top 10 ways to build a security awareness programme that works
Thom Langford, Director – Global Security Office, Sapient
Vicki Gavin, Compliance Director, Head of Business Continuity & Information Security – The Economist Group
Steven Bonner – Head of Risk practice at KPMG
Brian Brackenborough – CISO, Channel 4 (Provisional)
How to get the attention of the board – what’s risk? How do you get more budget – how to win friends and influence them!
Ray Stanton, Executive Vice President BT Advise – The Professional Services unit of BT
Steve Wright, Global Privacy Officer – Unilever
Steve Williamson, Director, Risk & ITCP Mgmt. – CBS IT Services, GlaxoSmithKline
How to identify who is a hacker in your organisation
Peter Wood, CEO – First Base Technologies and Whitehats.co.uk
Tim Holman – President, ISSA-UK
Neil Hare-Brown, CEO, STORM|Guidance and ex CEO of Blackthorn
Jenny Radcliffe – Expert psychologist
How do you progress your IT security career? Would look at qualifications, what qualifications, how to communicate, gaining the respect of your superiors.
Avtar Sehmbi ,Global Head of Information Risk, Intelligence and Response – HSBC (Provisional)
Sarb Sembhi, Chair of ISACA GRA Committee & Relations Board
John Colley, Professional Head, EMEA, (ISC)2
Network with our speakers and meet our sponsors over drinks and light refreshments at 4.45 pm and debate the findings from the sessions with your peers.
Register for free to secure your place today!
With thanks to our debate sponsors Duo Security, Illumio, OpenDNS, Pulse Secure, Tenable Networks, Tripwire, Varonis Systems, Veracode, Verisign and more!
Places are limited to IT Security Professionals who are currently working for commercial or government organisations and provide a commercial email on registration. Students, Vendors and Consultants will be required to pay a fee of £250 to attend.