Wednesday, 25 May 2022 | 18:00 (GMT) | Churchill War Rooms, London
Ignore Cybersecurity at your own risks – find out what are the latest security threats to your business and customers
Where does the responsibility of Cybersecurity sit in an organisation?
Is introducing a ‘zero trust’ environment, suited to emerging hybrid infrastructures, more about overcoming the people, process and organisational issues than it is about implementing new technologies?
How can the CIO today address new cyber risks and turn them into pivotal opportunity to not just protect the company but to invest in cyber security and risk management tools, training and mindset designed to drive business growth, strengthen customers’ loyalty and create new competitive advantage?
Come join us at the Churchill War Room on 25th May with speakers like Charlie Forte – CIO of MOD and many others, to find out more about the current cyber threats and its impact to your business and customers.
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.
UK Ministry of Defence
Charles has executive level experience gained from leading IT globally as Deputy Group CIO/ COO at BP, as CEO of IT services at Prudential, CIO at Thameswater and as an independent consultant with clients in multiple business sectors. He has a proven track record for enabling business innovation, driving clear linkage of IT to the business agenda, delivering people, process & digital business change initiatives at global scale in complex, multi-stakeholder business environments.
Executive Director Central Digital and Data Office
Joanna Davinson is Executive Director at the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO). Prior to this, Joanna worked at Home Office as Chief Digital, Data, and Technology Officer (CDDTO) for 3 years. She has 30 years experience of technology enabled transformation at scale and has spent most of her career focused on delivering services to the public sector. Initially as a Civil Servant with the National Audit Office and for the past 28 years as a consultant, programme leader and business leader with PWC and IBM in Europe and North America.
Partner - Technology Consulting
Gavin is the EY UK&I Cybersecurity Leader. He has worked across industries including consumer products, retail, life sciences, telecommunications and media. Gavin helps clients achieve objectives that include increasing the understanding of cyber at a board level, reducing cyber risks, managing supply chain security and data protection.
With more than 20 years’ experience working in the security sector, initially in the security expert team at a leading global security, cloud and networking services company, and then as a leader and partner in one of the leading audit firms in London and Sydney, his goal is to develop the next generation of best-in-class cybersecurity experts.
Gavin earned a BSc in Business Information Technology from Bournemouth University.
"Working closely with EY clients, I firmly believe that trust is at the heart of what we do. Whether it’s establishing trust with our clients or helping them deliver long-term value through managing cybersecurity risk, I try to make sure that we lead by example to maintain a trusted brand, ultimately striving towards a better and more secure working world."
Coleen Kaiser Andrews joined the Cabinet Office in 2014 to run the Commercial Intelligence team. The scope of the team has since expanded to run the Crown Representative Programme and the Strategic Partnering Programme, which is an innovative way of working with our cross-government strategic suppliers. Previously, Coleen held a senior global operational role at SAP. She started her career in investment banking and was the number one rated equity research analyst in European Technology.
As the EMEA CTO at Vectra, Steve Cottrell assists customers, prospects, and security communities to identify key security pain points, while helping evolve security strategies in support of digital transformation and cloud adoption.
Steve has worked as a CISO in large enterprises for the past 15 years, bringing a wealth of experience to the Vectra team from key sectors including communications, telecoms, and insurance. Prior to working at Vectra, Steve undertook CISO roles at Fujitsu, Vodafone, Aviva, and Admiral Insurance. Before this, he was a security specialist at Intel.
3 course dinner with networking reception at the Churchill War Room, tour of the museum and insights from our panel speakers.
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