Wednesday 22 November 2023 | 18:00 (GMT) | HMS Belfast
As cyber continues to occupy a lead position amongst CIO priorities, technological advances and changes to the political landscape place further importance on this topic. Furthermore, rogue nations are likely to use AI and Quantum computing to disrupt commerce and public services in the years ahead. Do our boards and employees comprehend the potential risks they face? In this final community event of 2023, we have invited leading experts and practitioners to address cyber issues such as:
Join us for our final community event of 2023 on 22nd November and hear five eminent speakers and panellists discuss their personal experiences. Roger Camrass of CIONET will be your host and as with all CIONET events, we believe that this meeting of minds will help empower you in your digital leadership role.
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A pioneer of today’s Internet in the seventies (at MIT) Roger Camrass has been helping organisations across the Globe harness the power of new technologies and methods for over five decades.As a thought leader, business executive and part time academic, Roger has introduced a succession of innovations including digital networking in the seventies, outsourcing and call centres in the eighties, business reengineering and third generation mobile networks in the nineties, e-commerce in 2000 and more recently cloud and 5G.
Deputy CISO and Security In Operation Director
As a Deputy CISO and Security In Operation Director, I am known for my expertise in developing anddelivering Cyber Security, Data Protection, Payment Security (PCI DSS), Business Resilience, and RiskManagement, taking an holistic approach leveraging technical acumen, organisational structure and key humanfactors to generate solutions for complex issues. I believe cybersecurity delivered through being secure inoperation is a key business enabler, aligned to business objectives; empowering business innovation through anintegrated secure delivery embedded in all operations providing compliance as an output. I specialize inchampioning development of the business culture, integrated with technology solutions to enable a future fitcybersecurity capability, delivering effective business results.Gaynor has been working in the Cyber Security industry for over 25years success informing, leading, anddelivering strategic global cyber and information security strategy, governance, plans and policies acrossbroad range of industry sectors. A Trusted executive-level advisor with repeated accomplishments balancingcompliance obligations with due commerciality and pragmatism to achieve organisational growth anddevelopment. Perceptive, influential leader with acute business acumen and expertise in building, empowering,and leading high-performance teams to stimulate transformational change, improved performance, and increasedprofitability. On top of her demanding role leading cybersecurity change across BT group, Gaynor is a STEMambassador, Cajigo Mentor and a key member of the BT Diversity & Inclusion team. She is passionate aboutinclusive recruitment, encouraging women and girls from all backgrounds into Technology careers.
Cyber Security Leader
Shared Services Connected
Director, Chief Information Security Office
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