CSARN Morning Briefing / Cyber and information security
The cyber age and infrastructure has bought with it vulnerabilities which require the same approach to security and protection that we apply to physical infrastructure such as offices and buildings, which hold data and information intrinsic to our business operations. This necessity for robust protection of information was highlighted recently by research showing that 90% of organisations that suffer a significant data loss are not in business two years later.
The Cyber and information security briefing will help business leaders better understand, mitigate and anticipate cyber threats and trends. Expert speakers from a wide range of sectors shall provide briefs on current threats to information and communications systems, including common targets and tactics, and delegates shall benefit by hearing forward-looking initiatives and ways in which to enhance their own cyber resilience, security and sustainability.
Who should attend?
- Security, business continuity and resilience directors and practitioners from the public, private and third sectors
- IT, communications and system managers
- Board members
- HR directors
- Emergency planners
- Academics and security analysts
Please note all CSARN events are held under the Chatham House Rule.
Speakers & Agenda
|08:25||Registration and Coffee|
|08:50||Brett Lovegrove / Chair of the day
|08:55||Justin Crump / CSARN Security Risk Monitor, Security Intelligence and Management Process Consultant
Cyber threat analysis: cyber warfare, espionage and hacktivism
|09:20||Phillip Wood / Head of the Department of Security and Resilience at Buckinghamshire New University
Dynamic Risk Multipliers – Organic Processing Units and Networks
|09:45||Richard Astill / Chief Security Officer - UK&EMEA, Aon Services Group, Security Risk Management
Corporate perceptions on countering cyber threats
|10:10||Q & A
|10:15||Coffee Break and networking|
|10:35||Michael Thwaites / Regional Security Manager, UK and Ireland, Estee Lauder Companies
The fight against counterfeit goods and challenges in information security
|11:00|| Dr Adrian Davies / Principal Research Analyst, Information Security Forum
Addressing Information Security Concerns in 2013
|11:25||Q & A|
|11:30||Close and Networking|