For the second in our series of thought leadership events we are dedicating the entire proceedings to cyber security. In particular, the role of risk and business continuity leaders in both preparing for and responding to a cyber-attack on their organisations.
This is a big topic with many facets and is worthy of your full attention. During the previous event in March a full house of 70+ guests heard from IBM’s Robin Gaddum on the crucial contribution that business continuity can bring to planning for, and responding to, a cyber-attack. This session follows on from that theme and delivers in-depth analysis and recommendations from three deeply involved speakers.
The first task is to know your enemy and Nicolas Reys, Head of Control Risks’ Cyber Threat Intelligence practice, will guide us through the current global cyber threat landscape. Next Drew Gibson, Head of the Cyber Resilience team at EY, will take us through the emerging new model of an ‘ecosystem’ response in the aftermath of a catastrophic cyber-attack. Finally, Dr Ruth Massie, Senior Lecturer at Cranfield University, will provide key findings from her research into effective communication with non-technical senior management around the issue of cyber security. How best to present the relevant information in order to secure the buy in that risk and business continuity leaders need.
Where & When
London Bridge Street
London SE1 9SG
10:00am – 12 noon, Tuesday 26 June
Full details and directions will be sent out on registration.