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Security Matters

Minimise Security Sprawl & Cyber Risk?

Lloyd's Old Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street

Thursday 30 July 2015

08:30AM - 10:15AM

Introduction

The growing sophistication and frequency of cyber activity can be overwhelming. Clearly the process of continually adding new point solutions is not sustainable and will inevitably create the ever-increasing problem of “security sprawl”. Costly and growing in complexity, these fragmented security capabilities lack the coordination necessary to counter what is a constantly changing landscape. As such- how can London market firms become more proactive in future proofing their cyber security strategy?

Who Should Attend

This ‘Security Matters briefing’ is tailored to the needs of business, IT, security, risk and compliance management, underwriters, brokers, analysts and finance professionals within managing agents, syndicates and brokers. If this briefing is relevant to other colleagues within your company then please forward this e-mail to them. Thank you.

Agenda

08:30 - 10:15
Arrival

08:45 - 08:50
Welcome and introductions

08:50 - 09:50
Presentations

09:50 - 10:00
Q&A with prize draw to win a new Apple iPad Mini

10:00 - 10:00
Close

Speakers

James Hanlon -  Cyber Security Strategy EMEA, Symantec
James Hanlon

Cyber Security Strategy EMEA, Symantec

Philip Cracknell - Head of Security Practice, Company85
Philip Cracknell

Head of Security Practice, Company85

Ali Zeb - Head of Information Security, Xchanging PLC
Ali Zeb

Head of Information Security, Xchanging PLC

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