Thursday, 5 November,
6.00pm – 9.00pm BTS
Norton Rose Fulbright, 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ
In digitising business processes and offerings, the business community faces challenges in preventing illegal access to sensitive information.
Cyber attacks against businesses are hardly new, but are becoming increasingly common, and potentially impose great costs when dealt with. The necessity to understand the extent of cyber risks has therefore never been greater for established businesses and start-ups alike.
What can we learn from others, and what do we need to do to ensure business continuity and cyber security? This forum brings together a mix of experts, regulators, businesses having faced problems and dealt with them, and start-ups with some of the solutions.
Tim has worked for over two decades in cyber security across both public and private sectors, developing expertise in penetration testing, managed services and consulting, both in the UK and abroad. Over this time he has developed a specific competency in building effective, high performing teams and solving complex cyber security problems. Aside from developing and ensuring the success of the Countercept Managed Detection and Response service Tim also helps steer the wider business as part of F-Secure’s leadership team.
Ffion has considerable experience advising on the various aspects of cyber risk management and co-ordinates our global crisis response team to help our clients mitigate the impact of adverse cyber incidents. She has worked on some of the largest data breaches to hit the headlines, from those caused by criminal gangs to sophisticated nation state-sponsored attacks.
Dave is the Director of Technology at Darktrace, overseeing the mathematics and engineering teams and project strategies. With over 13 years’ experience at the forefront of government intelligence operations, Dave has worked across UK intelligence agencies GCHQ and MI5, where he was responsible for delivering mission-critical infrastructure services, including replacing and securing entire global networks, the development of operational internet capabilities and the management of critical disaster recovery incidents. He acts as an advisor to cyber security start-ups and growth-stage companies from the UK Government’s Cyber Security Accelerator and CyLon. His insights on AI and the future of cyber security are also regularly featured in the UK media. He holds a first-class degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering from the University of Birmingham.
Detailed agenda and ticket sales TBC.
The FBCC is following the government and health guidelines, in order to protect our team and our guests. All guests must comply with government recommendations with regards to self-isolation and if you are feeling unwell or showing any symptoms, we kindly ask you to stay at home. This event could be hosted virtually if necessary by the organisers. If you have any questions or concerns, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.