Connecting minds, building bridges in cybersecurity
From 19-21 June 2019, CISO leaders from around the world will unite to benchmark progress and challenges on cybersecurity priorities in the wonderful city of Rome for the 3rd Annual CISO 360 Congress. This event follows successes held in Lisbon and Barcelona.
The programme is designed to enhance interaction and facilitate discussion around the key challenges and critical topics confronting CISOs and leaders in technology and business. This is critical benchmarking on the emerging opportunities and risk horizon, role expectations and business technologies within the years to come.
- 5 action-packed days, attendees will be presented with a range of keynote addresses, topical debates, practical use corporate case studies, deep-dive industry focuses, think tanks on emerging priority areas, accumulating in the CISO 360 Roundtable.
- 45+ speakers from around the world, specifically chosen for the differences they will bring to the table, with a brief to offer deep insights into what good security looks like, what is the new expectation.
- 360 perspective for CISOs – a journey beyond the security realm to give exposure to non-security leaders, innovators and c-suite!
Five main themes for Rome 2019 – Connecting minds, building bridges in cybersecurity
CISOs today are uniquely positioned to ensure that security is embedded as technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, IoT, data analytics and hyper-convergence offer new ways for doing business. The mission is clear: transformation and steerage of the enterprise into the next era of digital business. To advance, building bridges in the cybersecurity field is more important than ever – new partnerships and connections are vital – internally, within supply chains and with customers.
- Threats and opportunities in a VUCA world – cyber defence, privacy and trade offs
- Digital strategy and innovation – CISO and CIO as enablers of business innovation – AI/ML; Cloud; Data Analytics; IoT/Mobile; Leverage opportunities in cybersecurity; Security by design; Biometrics; Blockchain and data science
- Supply chain, operational resilience and security – risk and governance, the supply chain in crisis
- Financial crime and eCommerce – prevention vs remediation (predict, prevent, detect, respond); building intelligence and offensive security programmes
- Privacy and data explosion – the ‘new oil’ – identities, culture and trust
Trusted benchmarking, networking and practical uses for cybersecurity leaders from global leading brands
Designed in the knowledge that who you meet can be just as important as what you learn, drinks receptions, breakfasts, coffee breaks, prize draw and extended lunches enable delegates to network with industry leaders and put themselves at the heart of discussions alongside those who make the world’s cybersecurity go around!
5 differentiators of the CISO 360 Congress
- A truly international and multi-faceted speaker panel
- Natural integration between inhouse security, supply chain and technology innovators – we are part of the same jigsaw
- Fully immersive agenda – exciting debates, think tanks, roundtables
- Trust-based community in an inspiring environment – held under the Chatham House Rule
- CISO 360 networking experience – dedicated receptions, dinners, cultural activities are integral. Enduring connections are guaranteed!
International Speaker Panel 2019 (invitations are in progress)
- Marcus Alldrick, Former CISO, Lloyd’s of London. Currently Senior Advisor Risk, Compliance (Congress Chairman)
- Professor Robert Coles, Visiting Professor, Royal Holloway, University of London (Roundtable Chairman)
CISOs and C-Suite
- Friedelien Brockerhoff, General Manager: Group Information Security Program, MTN
- Stuart Robertson, CISO, Standard Life Assurance: part of Phoenix Group
- Simon Lambe, Group Head of Information Security, Royal Mail
- Martyn Booth, Chief Information Security Officer, Euromoney Institutional Investor
- George Eapen, Global CISO and Head of Cyber Security, Petrofac
- Derek Cheng, Chief Security Officer, TalkTalk
- Lee Barney, Director of Information Security, YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP
- Irene Corpuz, Section Head – Planning & IT Security, UAE Government Entity
- Brian Brackenborough, CISO, Channel 4
- Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security EMEA, Canon Europe
- Lady Olga Maitland, Chairman, Copenhagen Compliance and Defense and Security Forum
- Dr. Victoria Baines, Visiting Associate, Oxford Internet Institute
- Dr. Jessica Barker, Cygenta
- Freaky Clown, Cygenta
- Dr. Sally Leivesley, Director, Newrisk Ltd, A Founder Member, The Exercise Group7 (TEG7)