Cyber Security Governance: Latest Trends, Threats and Risks: JUNE 2019
Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA,
Thursday 06 June 2019
08:30AM - 10:15AM
Hackers, scammers, fraudsters and 'insiders' have one thing in common: they're all a danger to your business. Some are cyber criminals; others are old fashioned financial criminals. But they all want to disrupt your business and defraud you of your money. When it comes to dealing with data breaches, there is no one-size-fits-all guide, so preparing for the inevitable breach is worth the priority, time, effort, and expense, given the potential financial impact of lost data, litigation, damage to brand and reputation.
Delivered by Lloyd's market professionals, leading UK/global security and legal experts, these popular, fast paced 75-minute quarterly seminars, 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 attacks.
This is a free to attend event but places are limited to 80 places. To secure your place please register using the panel below.
Who Should Attend
Forewarned is forearmed...or at very least prepared and informed.
This event is a ‘must attend’ for senior business, IT and security professionals; senior technology architects and developers; finance officers; risk and compliance executives; plus underwriters and brokers who work in the Lloyd's and London insurance market. If relevant to colleagues please forward details of this forum. Thank you.
Scene setting and Introductions
Head of Programme for techUK's Cyber and National Security Programmes
"I have heard of companies who questioned why the cyber budget is so high when they hadn’t been breached”
With over 950 member companies, ranging from the UK interests of Apple, Facebook and Google down to the SMEs which represent the backbone of the organisation, techUK is the voice of UK’s tech industry.
Talal manages strategic relationships between Government and industry members on cyber and national security related issues, in particular through the Cyber Growth Partnership. Talal also leads techUK's work on the Investigatory Powers Act and has led on a number of cyber security related research projects.
Operational CEO, Alscient Limited
'Securing the desktop in today’s complex cloud environment: A customer story'
Richard is a seasoned technology industry executive who has spent the last fifteen years holding senior programme, business transformation, group operations and directorship positions for companies in the UK banking and insurance sectors, among these include: HBOS, Giles Insurance Brokers and Arthur J Gallagher & Co.
Chairman, Purple Consulting
‘The 5 key essentials needed to deliver a successful cyber security maturity model’
A cyber security maturity model gives an organisation’s leadership the means to measure the progress made in embedding security into its day-to-day and strategic operations.
Paul is an experienced business strategist and board advisor.
Paul has some twenty-five years’ experience of helping businesses to solve complex business problems, deliver their transformation goals and to achieve tangible strategic outcomes. Hands on and deep thinking, he has worked with many FTSE 100 clients, Global 500 businesses and major Government entities around the world.
Group CEO, GRC International Group plc, and Founder and Executive Chairman of IT Governance Ltd
'A ‘view from the top’ of upcoming government legislation/regulations relating to cyber security.'
Alan Calder is an acknowledged international cyber security guru, leading author and regular media commentator and speaker on information security and IT data governance issues.
Alan founded IT Governance in 2002. He has written more than 20 books on cyber security, most recently revising 'Nine Steps to Success: An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview' as well as tackling the GDPR with 'EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – An Implementation and Compliance Guide' and 'EU GDPR: A Pocket Guide'.
Alan’s work draws on his experience leading the world’s first successful implementation of BS 7799 (now ISO 27001), and is also the basis for the UK Open University’s postgraduate course on information security.
Alan has been involved in the development of a wide range of information security management training courses that have been accredited by IBITGQ (International Board for IT Governance Qualifications).