Invitation to Security in the Spotlight – free for cyber security professionals
ISSA-UK Dragon’s Den
Security in the Spotlight
HMS President, River Thames
London, United Kingdom
Thursday 10th July, 2014
– FREE FOR CYBER SECURITY PROFESSIONALS –
In the Dragon’s Den event, ten security software/solution vendors battle it out for the best Speaker and best Product prizes, as voted by the audience. We offer each vendor a 10 minute speaking pitch to tell us what makes their product the best, in a fast-paced and lively environment. This unique format enables delegates to understand existing and emerging technologies on the market, and each Dragon will have a stand so you can find out more about their solutions.
After hours, we will enjoy a networking drinks reception on deck and sample the British weather at it’s finest!
Tony Neate, Chief Executive, Get Safe Online
Angela Sasse, Professor of Human-Centred Technology, University College, London
Campbell Murray, Bio Technical Director, Encription
Our Dragon’s Den Participants and Sponsors
09:50 Introduction – Tim Holman, President ISSA-UK, CEO 2-sec
10:00 Tony Neate, Chief Executive, Get Safe Online
11:00 Coffee break in exhibition area
11:20 Dragons Den Session 1 – PenTestPartners, Core Security, Lieberman Software, Arrow Electronics, Symantec
12.20 Prof. Angela Sasse, Professor of Human Centred Technology, University College London, ‘Information Security Awareness and Education, Time for a re-boot’
Prof. M. Angela Sasse is the Professor of Human-Centred Technology and Head of Information Security Research in the Department of Computer Science at University College London. Since 1996, Prof. Sasse has been researching usability issues of security systems, and published research on effectiveness and usability of authentication mechanisms, access control mechanisms, user attitudes and perceptions to computer security, and human and financial cost of security mechanisms. She chairs the Cybersecurity KTN on Human Vulnerabilities in Security Systems, and teaches a Masters-level course at UCL, Oxford University, and the Defence Academy.
13:00 Buffet lunch and networking
14:00 Dragon’s Den Session 2 – Rapid 7, Palo Alto, Groundlabs, ITC Secure Networking, Qualys
15:00 Coffee break in exhibition area
15:30 Campbell Murray, Bio Technical Director, Encription Limited ‘The cyber skills gap, what is it really, and how do we close it?’
Campbell is a penetration tester and technical director with many years of experience in multiple security fields. He is a frequent public speaker in information security and mentor. He was a founding member of the Tiger Scheme, Director of Cyberscheme and helps to run 44con.
He is Technical Director at encription limited, a CESG CHECK Green Light company providing penetration testing services to Government, the nuclear industry as well as MoD clients.
16:15 Panel Session – ‘Snowden the Global impact’
An ISSA UK moderated panel discussion that seeks to gain differing perspectives on the future of the cyber security industry following this years game changing revelations, featuring:
Sir Kevin Tebbit, KCB CMG
Dai Davis, Technology Lawyer, Percy Crow David & Co
Tim Grieveson, CISO, G4S
Drew Perry, Director, Tiberium Security,
Moderated by Mike Loginov, ISSA-UK
17:15 Networking Drinks sponsored by Qualys and Prize Draws on Deck