What cyber criminals are planning for 2019 (plus 5 crime-stopping essentials)
Lloyd's Old Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street
Thursday 29 November 2018
12:15PM - 14:00PM
How can your 2019 cyber security strategy anticipate the new threats, minimise risk, save on security cost and deliver business reassurance? This fast paced forum will reveal the industry's key areas of vulnerability and pinpoint how cyber thieves and hackers can exploit them. Our expert speakers will also guide you through the top five ways to improve your overall cyber resilience.
Who Should Attend
This seminar makes for a hugely valuable 90-minute briefing that is a must-attend for C-Level, IT, security, operations, communications, compliance, risk, legal, analysts, finance professionals, underwriters and brokers who work in the Lloyd’s and London insurance market. Held quarterly, these sessions provide insight to some of the latest cyber and fraud threat dangers and the proactive steps that market companies (irrespective of size) can make to improve strategies to help combat these threats and attacks. If this event is relevant to other colleagues within your company then please forward this e-mail to them. Thank you.
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Prize draw for an Amazon Echo 2. Awarded post event for the best topic/theme suggestion for a future 'Security Matters' Forum.
Néstor A. Alfonzo Santamaría Senior risk and cybercrime adviser to the UN, OECD, EU, UK cabinet office and national governments
Senior risk and cybercrime adviser to the UN, OECD, EU, UK cabinet office and national governments
Néstor is an independent adviser on risk management, working with international organisations and national governments to help nations to better understand their risk exposures. Prior to his present role, Néstor held senior posts with responsibility for business continuity and cyber security at the Cabinet Office and led on business resilience and risk reduction at the City of London Corporation. Néstor has advised the European Commission, the United Nations and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Risk Assessment.
Global Head of Fraud Prevention Solutions at Kaspersky Lab
Tim currently serves as the Global Head of Fraud Prevention Solutions at Kaspersky Lab. With over 20 years' experience in the cybersecurity and anti-fraud industry, Tim began his career in technical support, and moved on to System Engineering. He began his leadership career when he established Entrust Inc. in Australia in 2003 and was made Vice-President Asia Pacific in 2006. Following this he has held numerous leadership roles in large cybersecurity vendors, including Trend Micro, RSA Security, and now Kaspersky Labs, as well as spending time in the cyber-security practise of KPMG.
Founder and Technical Director at Garrison Technology
Henry is a seasoned technology industry executive and serial entrepreneur who has spent the last ten years focused on cyber security both as an independent consultant and as Technical Director for Cyber Security at UK defence and security company BAE Systems.
VP EMEA at Code42
Richard Agnew is a veteran of the UK IT industry having served in management roles at EMC, NetApp and Veeam. For Code42, Richard is responsible for growing EMEA and emulating the success of Code42 seen in North America.
Country Manager, Belarc
Andrew has been involved in the invention, design and introduction of products to make data easier to use with companies like Prime Computer (networked administration), VMARK (data management), Ascential (data integration), Story Street Partners and Thomson Financial (data collection, indexing and search).