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‘Threat Central’ – AGM & ISSA-UK London Chapter Meeting

Free tickets – register here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/threat-central-agm-issa-uk-london-chapter-meeting-tickets-10435552017

You are all warmly welcomed to the March ISSA-UK AGM and London Chapter Meeting, Threat Central.  The event will feature some of the UK’s top cyber security speakers and we thank Grant Thornton and HP for sponsoring this event.

4:00 – Registration and refreshments

4.30 – ISSA-UK Annual General Meeting

As a not-for-profit association governed by bye-laws, this is our only annual compliance duty – there’s no security audit, no pen test, no company returns, just a mandatory Annual General Meetings where the board will be available to discuss what they’ve been doing and members can question what they’ve not been doing.  This part is limited to members only, but feel free to turn up from 4, grab a coffee, network with other non-members (I should probably hint at something there!), and we’ll be done as soon as we can.

5.00 –  Main event – Introduction – Tim Holman, ISSA-UK President

5.10  – Daniel Schatz, Director, Threat and Vulnerability Management, Thomson Reuters

Why threat predictions can help (but we still struggle to change)…

Daniel is currently working as Director of Threat & Vulnerability Management for Thomson Reuters in London/UK. He is a member of the International Systems Security Association (ISSA-UK) and holds several qualifications including CISSP, CISM, CEH, ISO27001 LA/LI and MSc Information Security & Computer Forensics. Daniel has been one of the organisers of the popular BSidesLondon security conference before he stepped down in 2013. Alongside the day job his focus is on pursuing his Professional Doctor in Information Security at the University of East London.

Daniel’s presentation investigates the cyber security threat landscape 2013 based on some publicly reported data breach events and examines how security predictions from previous years may have assisted in the preparation for such events. From there we’ll take a brief look at the market value impact of these events before moving on to explore if there are better ways to drive (security) change in organisations than relying on fear, uncertainty and doubt.

5.40 – Networking break

6.00 – Rob Carolina, Principal, Origin

The reasonable person in Cyber Security: When did we become negligent?

Rob Carolina is a lawyer in private practice. He is a principal with the Origin law firm, where he focuses on technology related law and business issues. He has extensive expertise negotiating complex international agreements for the license and development of intellectual property, technology-related services, multinational compliance with technology-related regulations (such as data protection), multinational patent litigation, and multinational commercial relationship frameworks. Robert’s professional career includes time as an in-house lawyer with a US Internet software company; four years in the London office of one of the world’s largest law firms; and partnership at PricewaterhouseCoopers legal services. He also serves as a Senior Visiting Fellow with the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway University of London.

Rob’s presentation discusses how even reasonable cyber security decisions can become negligent over time and offers us insights on how we might challenge this behaviour.

6.30 – Mike Loginov, Chief Cyber Strategist, HP Enterprise Security Services

Mike is the Chief Strategist for Enterprise Security Services and has responsibility for the EMEA Cyber Security strategy for the Public Sector. His interests include EU Governmental relations and the Cyber Security Digital Agenda. He is a commentator on the evolving cyber threat landscape and the impact that the rapid growth of the internet has on society and organisations.

Prior to this role Mike was the CEO of a Cyber Security Group and co-founder of Executive Risk Magazine – Cyber Security & Risk for Executives. Mike has also served as UK Managing Director for an IT Global Services organisation where he ran teams of ethical hackers, CLAS, CHECK, Risk management and ISO27001 Consultants prior to this being aquired by KPMG.

7.00 – Closing thoughts followed by Networking Drinks, sponsored by HP

9.00 – Event Close

Free tickets – register here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/threat-central-agm-issa-uk-london-chapter-meeting-tickets-10435552017