Wednesday 22 November 2023 | 18:30 (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.
Find out more about the speakers and our panellists
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.
Director General CIO
U.K. Ministry of Defence
Charles Forte was appointed Chief Information Officer for the Ministry of Defence in January 2018. He is the primary advisor to the Defence Board on Information and Digital and is responsible for strategy, policy, delivery, interoperability and protection of all MOD ICT, including cyber security and resilience.Prior to joining the Ministry of Defence, Charles gained 36 years industry experiencefrom leading IT globally as Deputy Group Global CIO at BP. Since leaving BP, hehas worked in a variety of consulting and executive roles. He was CEO of Global ITServices at Prudential, tasked with creating a turnaround in delivery, and as InterimCIO at Thames Water. He has worked as an independent consultant, helpingbusinesses create and deliver change to transform their ability to exploit technologyand to build internal capability enabling sustainable and lasting value from IT andbusiness operations.He has significant experience in leading business innovation, driving businesschange programmes and designing and leading IT delivery at a very large scale incomplex, multi-stakeholder business environments.
Shared Services Connected
Cyber Security Leader
Director, Chief Information Security Office
Business Information Security Officer
Jim Gumbley is an accomplished Business Information Security Officer with over two decades of experience driving cybersecurity in large organisations. He is a sought-after thought leader in the technology community for his pioneering work in secure software development and his risk-based approach to enterprise security architecture and threat modelling.
Owing to security onboard, registrations will close on 3rd November.
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9-deck WWII warship-turned-museum with naval guns, permanently moored on the Thames.
HMS Belfast, Tooley Street, London
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