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8 October, 2013
09:00 - 15:50

1 Angel Lane

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FREE to CSARN Members
Delegate fee £295 + VAT
Public sector fee £149 + VAT

+44 (0) 1737 249 989

CSARN / 4th Crisis Leadership and Business Recovery Conference

CSARN / Corporate Espionage – The Hidden War

Whilst political and corporate gains and losses are played out in the boardrooms and the media, there remains a hidden industry that takes place behind the technological curtain. Corporate espionage has always resulted in advantage for the instigator of this 'dark art', but contemporary techniques have increased the ability for incredibly valuable individual, corporate and state assets to be used for the benefits of others. How deeply is espionage adversely affecting the business sector and what needs to be done at government and private sector level to take back the initiative? Are we prepared in terms of knowledge and skills to combat future threats? This conference will highlight the most critical areas of vulnerabilities which increases the chances of becoming an unwitting target and discuss the solutions designed to protect you.

The one day conference will cover:

Who should attend:

Confirmed speakers and Agenda:

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 Richard Bingley / Director, CSARN - Chair of the day
09:10 Lee Miles / Deputy Head, National Cyber Crime Unit
09:40 Emma Shaw / Managing Director, Esoteric Ltd
Espionage - Making it your Business
10:10 Q & A
10:30 Coffee Break and networking
10:50 Paul Weatherly / Managing Director, Lockheed Martin UK IS&GS Security
A Defence Company Perspective
11:20 Andy Williams / Co-Global Head of Security, Nomura
Corporate Espionage - A Corporate View
11:50 Q & A
12:10 Lunch and Networking
13:00 Dan Solomon / Director, Cyber Risk & Security, Optimal Risk Management
Preparedness for the Risk of e-Espionage
13:30 John Bayliss / Director, Communications Risk Management
Threat to mobile technology
14:05 Q & A
14:25 Close / Networking


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