Cybersecurity Festival Chapter 2: Day 1 Agenda
Please note, Day 1 on Tuesday 15 November is exclusively for IT professionals from end user companies. We are unable to offer complimentary tickets for consultants or software providers.
For many CISOs, developing a team which can keep pace with the ever-shifting demands of organisations along the whole supply chain, and stay informed, aware, and prepared to take on the newest threats is a concern which seems to have no easy resolution. Here from an experienced CISO on:
- Why the CISO role is changing and how this is shaping teams
- What skills will future security teams need to hold back the maelstrom of threats, as well as spotting and patching every vulnerability
- How to implement and develop a new culture where security is at the foundation of each task
Thrive has had 3 different Managed SOCs, all as part of the Managed Service Provider contract. John will present his musings as to selection, management and improving the service provided. This goes beyond the ‘five pillars of security’ in that there is also the consideration of ‘value for money’ and how this is not just realised but demonstrated
The Zero Trust framework is based on the principle of "never trust, always verify." Join us to learn about Zero Trust, how to adopt it for endpoints, and the technologies you need to take control of your environment in the fight against ransomware.
After years of calls for change and progress, ‘diversity’ can feel as though it is becoming a buzzword rather than a target. However, for organisations who are making roles more accessible to those who previously would have been overlooked are reaping the rewards. Cybersecurity is one area of any organisation which can benefit from expanding its hiring pool and desired skill set. Hear from an expert panel on:
- What motivated their organisation to adopt diversity principles – image or conscience?
- How they refined their hiring process to make the role more appealing and accessible to candidates from outside the traditional hiring pool
What are the key draws and benefits of increasing ethnic, gender, socio-economic, and neuro diversity of your security teams?
In the face of skyrocketing cyber risk, detecting and responding to attacks is no longer enough. Organizations must take proactive steps to prevent threats before they happen, and to recover if compromised. In this session, Darktrace unveil anambitious new approach to security, with core engines powering AI technologies to prevent, detect, respond, and ultimately heal from attacks. Together, these engines combine to strengthen organizations’ security posture in a virtuous AI feedback ‘loop,’ which provides powerful end-to-end, bespoke, and self-learning solutions unique to each organization.
The greatest challenge for any cybersecurity leader is finding the balance between the training employees to use the systems and devices correctly and securing those systems and devices so that they remain secure even when employees fall foul to one of the many vulnerabilities that criminals exploit. Join this session to explore:
- How fostering a psychologically safe culture into your organisation will strengthen your defences and rapidly increase your threat detection and response time
- What new technologies complement and enhance zero-trust and MFA
Why finding the balance between tech and training is fundamental in understanding your organisations security needs
As the UK and EU continue to wade through the murky waters that is Brexit, the calls for clarity as to how data and information will be shared between these two entities has grown in fervour. Join this session to explore:
- What the Data Reform Bill and new GDPR regulations will look like and where they differ
- How the differences between UK and EU data laws will impact businesses
What additional security will organisation need to incorporate into their systems and procedures
Within an organisation, it is common for employees to see security as a task for a handful of specialists in the IT team. However, security professionals know that the first and best line of defence is every user having some level of awareness to how they can be deceived and made vulnerable. Join this session to explore:
- What basic security training looks like and who benefits from it
- Real examples where non-security staff have raised the alarm and prevented an attack
- How leadership can begin to implement and nurture a security first culture
Managing a static large organisation is difficult enough, however managing one in-flux is a different challenge entirely. Whether it be getting the most of the workforce, onboarding new technologies or expanding the digital footprint and sustainability goals, hear from one of the few executives well versed in this field expound on these challenges and the potential solutions to them.
It’s no secret that the largest challenges facing many corporates in the tech space and beyond surround a shortage of both staff and skills. In such times, being able to maximise the performance of the workforce you already have is vital. Learn how to tap into new levels of performance in this keynote presentation.
Thank you for joining us for day 1 of Cybersecurity Festival Part 2 2022. The festival will continue online on November 17th for a final day of keynotes, panels, fireside chats, and more, all hosted by industry experts and leaders.