Geneva, Switzerland

Speakers for the 6th CISO 360 Congress 2022

If you would be interested in getting involved as a Speaker, please let us know.

We would also very much value your input into companies, topics or specific persons you may like to see present at the event this year!

 We are looking for:

  • keynote insights or cutting-edge live demos

  • best practice corporate case studies

  • fresh formats and future-facing persons and companies

  • actionable takeaways

  • inspiration from the world’s smartest thinkers and doers!

We welcome your input into shaping the agenda.

Please email sara.hook@pulseconferences.com with your thoughts.

Many thanks!

Recent speakers at our 5th CISO 360 Congress – Windsor/ Hybrid 2021

Chaired by

Marcus Alldrick, CISO Luminary
Digital Risk Management, Security and Compliance Advisor

Born at a very early age and growing up in a culture where cyber was a prefix for anything automated, menacing and malevolent (how history has a tendency of repeating itself), Marcus entered the world of Data Processing as it was known back then after graduating from university. Lured by the flashing console lights (it was also the disco era), the whirl of the magnetic tape and the click clack of the keypunch machine (TSO was still a dream), Marcus became a COBOL programmer, becoming prolific in Michael Jackson’s structured programming methodology (who would have known what future lay ahead for Michael). Having moved into analysis and then data architecture Marcus became the first devolved Information Risk and Security Manager for Barclaycard. After seven years in that role he moved banks and became Head of Information Security for Abbey National plc, now Santander UK. After six years at Abbey and a move into consulting for a large UK utilities company Marcus joined KPMG as a Principal Advisor. Eighteen months later he joined Lloyd’s of London as its CISO and subsequently became its Head of Digital Risk Management and Compliance, also embracing responsibility for data protection and privacy, during his 10 years tenure there. Having worked in IT for over 40 years, specialising in information risk, protection, security and compliance for the latter 27 years or so, Marcus decided to leave full-time corporate life and move to the South Coast of England in mid-2017, ever the seafaring Fisherman’s Friend. As well as being a proud member of the Pulse Conferences family, Marcus now undertakes advisory engagements, provides pro bono consulting and volunteering services and sits on the Cymmetria Advisory Board as Chief Risk Officer.

Keynote

Naomi Riches MBE

In 2012, Naomi Riches achieved what most athletes only dream of; winning a Gold medal on home water at the London Paralympic Games.

At just 8 weeks old Naomi was diagnosed with Achromatopsia along with a cocktail of other eye conditions; this means that she has no colour vision and is extremely sensitive to light.

During her years in mainstream school she was severely bullied, and her differing needs were not well catered-for. All this led to Naomi under-achieving in many areas and left her with a deficit in self-confidence.

It was during Naomi’s second year of University that she was offered the chance to try out for the Great Britain Adaptive Rowing Team. She seized this opportunity and just 4 months later became a World Champion in Great Britain’s Mixed, Coxed Four.  Over the next 10 years ParaRowing developed into a full-time, Lottery-Funded Paralympic Sport, making its debut at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing. Naomi was, in the words of her coach ‘key in the development of Para-Rowing over those 10 years’, winning 6 World Championship titles, Paralympic Bronze in Beijing and Gold in London.

Naomi’s journey was by no means easy, but she was always driven by a burning desire to prove a point; to prove that she is capable of significant achievements despite her visual impairment.

In 2016, Naomi decided to test her resilience a little further. As an athlete she had always completed in crew boats and wanted to take on a greater challenge on her own. Her goal was to row the length of the Navigable Thames in a single scull in an attempt to establish a new Guinness World Record. Naomi covered the 165 miles from Lechlade to Gravesend non-stop, in 47hours 59minutes and 54 seconds and set the Guinness World Record for the first and fastest woman to row the Navigable Thames.

Naomi retired from full time sport in 2013 and began her next chapter in business working for Thomas International. The driving force behind all she does is to empower and enable individuals, teams and organisations to realise their potential and be the best that they can be.

International speaking panel included:

Andy is currently responsible for research topics associated with industrial controls systems, including the internet of things. As an experienced practitioner, he has previously held CISO positions for Maersk Line, Unilever and Sainsbury’s, as well as information security positions in British Airways. In previous roles with the ISF, Andy authored many of the ISF thought leadership reports, including the Threat Horizon series, and specialised in legal and regulatory issues. Andy is also a practitioner advisor to the Research Institute in Science of Cyber Security – an academic research institute co-ordinated by University College London. He has previously been a founder member of the Consumer Goods Security Forum, the Thames Valley Chapter of the ISC2 and an advisor to Danish Shipping. Andy is an experienced speaker, having presented at business and industry events across the globe. He holds a degree in Physics and Masters in Business Administration, and is a certified security professional.

Andrew is the Resident CISO at Proofpoint, which he joined in 2021 from Mastercard, where he was the Chief Security Officer of their subsidiary firm, Vocalink, a firm which provides the transactional backbone of the financial services industry in the UK.

Prior to that Andrew held the CISO role at the UK’s Air Traffic Control provider, NATS, where he oversaw a security transformation and contributed to the design of the next generation air traffic control system.  Andrew has also held CISO roles at two top tier global law firms, Allen & Overy  LLP and Clifford Chance LLP. In between these roles, Andrew was a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research where he covered the role of the CISO and Security Culture & Awareness as two of his speciality areas.

Andrew was recognized as “European CISO of the year” (2018), and has previously won awards for devising and leading the “Best security awareness program” (2015).

Andrew holds a Master’s degree in information security, is a regular speaker at global security conferences and has contributed to media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, Wired magazine and the Times newspaper.  Andrew also appeared in the CNBC documentary entitled “Rise of the Machines”.

With a career spanning over 20 years, Adrian has worked across many sectors from defence to entertainment as a cybersecurity, supply chain and programme/operations management expert. Currently the IAAC (Information Assurance Advisory Council) CEO and a principal consultant, he has significant senior commercial and strategic experience gained: by leading the EMEA region for a global cybersecurity membership organisation; leading and creating multi-disciplinary sales, technology and consulting teams; and managing a consulting business delivering cybersecurity projects to blue-chip organisations globally.

He is an acknowledged leader in information security, a published author and a writer of international information security standards. He holds a BSC(Hons) and PhD from the University of London, a Durham University MBA; the CISSP; an FBCS CITP; and a Visiting Professorship at the University of Sunderland within the Faculty of Computer Science.

Appointed to the ‘100 Global CISOs for 2020’ list and awarded ‘CISO of the Year, 2020’ by SC Awards Europe, Becky Pinkard is a renowned practitioner and commentator on the information security sector who has been working in information technology and security since 1996. A security transformation expert, Becky’s background and experience to date has provided her with broad information security expertise, coupled with in-depth, technical capabilities around cyber security operations including data monitoring, vulnerability and risk assessment, web application security and policy development. Becky is an active advocate for promoting diversity and inclusion in business and is a co-founder of the ‘We Empower Diversity in Start-ups’ (WEDS) group. She has been a CyLon mentor since 2017, providing cyber security, operations and client success guidance to entrepreneurs. She also co-hosts a monthly podcast, Cyber Warrior Princess, focused on current cyber security related commentary. Becky was a SANS Certified Instructor for over a decade and served as a GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst advisory board member and on the Strategic Advisory Council for the Center of Internet Security. She co-authored “Nmap in the Enterprise” and “Intrusion Prevention and Active Response, Deploying Network and Host IPS”. Becky has shared her expertise in numerous publications, both written and in live interviews all over the world, including: The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ChannelPost, The Telegraph, The New York Times, BBC News, Channel 4 News, and more.

Brian began working in the Broadcasting arena in 1999. In 2008 he moved into Information Security working for the much loved Julia Harris. He left the BBC in 2011 to head up the Information Security department at Channel 4. Brian’s best known for his pragmatism, honesty, terrible jokes, rugged good looks, and being a backing dancer for WHAM in the 80’s. He tends to make things up in Speaker Bio’s

Caroline is an experienced Identity Strategist and Sales Engineering Leader with many years consulting and delivery involvement, focusing on large scale Security and IGA platforms within the financial sector.  She sat in the position of the customer for many years leading programmes of work, as well as in leadership positions across the Security Vendor landscape. She graduated from the University of Southampton with a degree in Modern languages, speaking fluent German, Swedish and Dutch and is based in Oxfordshire.

Carolyn is Chief Information Officer at the British Medical Association, the BMA’s mission is to look after doctors so that they can look after you. The CIO is accountable for the development and delivery of the IT Strategy and capabilities which support the BMA Group in the fulfilment of its mission. Prior to this role, Carolyn was CTO of the National Housing Federation from 2017 – 2020, where she worked with business functions to enable digitisation of services for its wide stakeholder communities. Carolyn was Global IT Director at Permira, responsible for global IT strategy, operations and security.

Colette leads security and privacy governance, management and compliance effectively in complex multinational environments. Holding leadership roles in Nokia, Microsoft, global banking, tech start-ups and the gaming industry, she remains responsive to changing corporate priorities and committed to strategic and meaningful improvement. Commercially orientated, she articulates the business value of security and privacy at all levels of an organisation devising pragmatic and creative solutions for complex problems and evolving compliance requirements. Colette ensures security and privacy are embedded in activities, operations, products and services from design to delivery. Her goal is to achieve comprehensive reduction of risk for the business and for the customer while providing confidence that all data-driven innovation is ethical.

David Tyce is a highly experienced, Programme Director with a proven track record in understanding, prioritising and managing and directing complex, multi-stakeholder projects and programmes. Considerable expertise in the highly efficient and effective delivery of a broad range of initiatives including the management of technology delivery, stakeholder relations, contractual negotiation, organisational change management and communications strategies. Most recently developing and delivering key technology programmes within the financial services sector. An extremely effective leader and team motivator with excellent communication skills developed through a wealth of managerial experience gained across a wide range of challenging environments.

 

David has spent the past 5 years as a Senior Programme Manager within the Financial Services sector and more recently as the Programme Director for Barclay Simpson Solutions. He has led teams responsible for developing and delivering a range of key technology transformation programmes and the delivery of a Cyber Recovery Vault solution for two major high street banks.

 

This work was focussed on Business Service recovery in the aftermath of a cyber event or other data/business service denial occurrence. These hugely complex and technologically demanding programmes were designed to deliver significant risk reduction and survivability for the banks in the event of a major Cyber-attack or other data denial occurrence. The work also included detailed cyber threat analysis, service and technology vulnerability assessments, technical architecture design and capability operationalisation within existing and future resilience strategies. Both of these programmes required very strong leadership, resource and stakeholder management skills; both internally and externally.

David has previously led and delivered a range of key technology programmes including the Remediation of Unstructured Information Assets (RUIA) as part of the broader Security of Secret and Confidential Data (SSCD) programme at Barclays Bank; a major, Group wide undertaking. His team delivered the Bolden James and Azure Information Protection (AIP) Information Labelling Tools to over 120k colleagues across the enterprise. He also led the programme charged with the encryption of over 150 million Secret information assets ‘discovered’ through the information asset scanning activity within the remediation programme.

A successful senior Chief Information Security Officer and Operational Risk Director with a proven track record in multi-cultural and multi-national organisations. Able to bridge technical and business disciplines and communicate at all levels. Extensive knowledge of Information Security, Cyber Security, Physical Security, BCDR, Operational Risk, Crisis Management, Data Protection, Financial Crime and Compliance. The first 16 years of Graham’s career were spent in the Diplomatic Service engaged in technical security for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He then moved to the financial services sector where he has held senior security posts with Abbey National, Standard Chartered, Barclays, RBS, HBOS and ING. Through these roles he has developed a holistic approach to risk management and security, holding responsibility for information risk, IT security, physical security, fraud, money laundering, business continuity planning, compliance, crisis management and intelligence. He has also worked outside of the banking industry as the Group Head of Information Risk for Centrica. He then held the position of Director of Data Security at Nationwide Building Society before taking the role as Head of Information Security at Camelot Lottery Solutions. Graham is currently Interim Head of Cyber Security at Yorkshire Water. He has a master’s degree in Information Security from Royal Holloway.

Dinis Cruz is a CISO and Transformation Agent, focused on creating teams and environments where security is an enabler and accelerator for the business, while securing and protecting the digital assets from existing threats. Dinis was nominated for CISO of the Year 2019 at #CyberSecurityAwards. Dinis is also writing a book called Generation Z Developers (but useful for all Generations) available from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gen-Developers-concepts-generation-developers/dp/1724194607

Gabe Barrett is the CEO and founder of Otter Intelligence, a workplace consultancy focused on helping leaders build high trust, high performance teams in the context of hybrid working. 

 

Irish by birth, American by education and a Londoner by choice, Gabe has built distributed teams across the world in a broad variety of workplaces. 

 

A passionate advocate for diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging, Gabe believes the future of work is up for design so we should make it a good one. 

Greg Kelton is responsible for driving success within key accounts in Northern Europe at Checkmarx. Greg advises Checkmarx customers and prospects on best practices for securing code early in the SDLC and ways to bring Security and Developer teams together. Previously, Greg held leadership positions growing several software firms in Europe including Managing Director of Palamida Europe – Open Source Security and MD of Optimost at Autonomy. Greg earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Northeastern University and his MBA in finance and marketing from Georgetown University.

Karl is the Director, Solutions Engineering, for BeyondTrust, where he has worked for 6 years. A highly capable security leader, Karl has acquired a wide range of security experience and knowledge over the last decade, working across multiple industries. Karl is a regular speaker at industry conferences, delivering disruptive technical and strategic thought-leadership insight to the international cybersecurity community.

An internationally experienced Information Security professional who specialises in complex strategic deliveries with a strong emphasis on security service management delivery across a broad range of industry and technology sectors., Helen’s wide range of key skills include providing consultative services to core stakeholders, up to and including Partner, C-Suite and Board level. Helen is currently the Global CSO of Abcam. Prior to this she was CISO at CBRE and before this she held the position of Head of Information Security at Costa Coffee.

Jonathan is an experienced lawyer with a concentration on technology and compliance. His practice includes advising multinational companies on matters involving risk, compliance and technology across Europe. He has handled legal matters in more than 60 countries involving emerging technology, corporate governance, ethics code implementation, reputation, internal investigations, marketing, branding and global privacy policies. Jonathan has counselled a range of clients on breach prevention, mitigation and response. He has also been particularly active in advising multi-national corporations on their response to the UK Bribery Act 2010 and its inter-relationship with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Jonathan is one of three co-authors of the LexisNexis definitive work on technology law, “Managing Risk: Technology & Communications”. He is a frequent broadcaster for the BBC and other channels and appeared on BBC News 24 as the studio guest on the Walport Review.

Mark has more than 20 years of experience in the information security and information risk management, from technical roles to his recent role as a CISO for Signify (formerly Philips Lighting). He holds a Master of Information Management degree, believe in a business-driven approach to managing information risk, and is always willing to experiment with new ideas to improve our profession.

I am the founder and CEO OF ROAR! Coaching and Consulting. I am a Mindset and Performance Coach, Best-selling Author, TEDx Speak and Executive specialising in Cyber Security Awareness, Culture and Talent. A few years ago, I had a successful corporate career, as an executive in a Big Four consulting firm. However, my success came at an enormous price. I was on the brink of a nervous breakdown – mentally and physically exhausted. My relationships with the people closest to me were suffering.

I walked away – one of the most difficult things I have ever done – and along the way, learned a critical lesson: it is possible to have a fulfilling, balanced life without sacrificing success. In the process, I created the ROAR! Blueprint, designed to live your best life: on PURPOSE, in your POWER, and with the COURAGE to speak your truth. ROAR is also a four-step process for having courageous conversations – with yourself and others. It stands for Recognise, Observe, Assert, Redirect.

Martyn is an experienced information security leader and CISO, working at board level to define information security strategy and then manage teams to implement that strategy. Martyn works with clients in a flexible and proactive way to meet stringent security requirements and adaptive needs, enabling businesses to work in a flexible way by reactively designing security processes and technical controls that support the business rather than inhibit it. Specialties: Risk, Compliance, Governance, Awareness, Security Architecture, application architecture, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, policy and information security strategy.

Naina Bhattacharya is the Chief Information Security Officer at Danone. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion, with a keen interest in increasing the participation of women in cybersecurity. Naina lives in London and, once Covid lockdown lifts, she is looking forward to croissants and coffee in Paris.

Lady Olga Maitland, Founder, Defense and Security Forum and Chairman, Copenhagen Compliance – has wide experience in all major Governance, risk Management and Compliance issues in general and global Fraud and Corruption problems in particular. She is a special adviser to a number of dignitaries and a widely sought after speaker at all Major Conferences on several Corporate Governance issues. Lady Olga is a former British MP for the Conservative party. Prior to her political career she was a reporter for the Fleet Street News Agency, a columnist in the London.

Paul moved from Scotland to London in the late 90’s to start his first IT job as a systems administrator for Elonex PLC, at the time one of the biggest UK P.C. manufacturers. Being exposed to multiple vendor operating systems and enterprise applications early on in his career gave him the opportunity to learn a broad range of skills in a short period of time which in turn allowed him to shape his career.

Paul has always worked within an I.T. function, having the opportunity to wear many hats has helped him progress into the highest levels of System Engineering / Architecture. Wanting to make the move into cyber he seized the opportunity when it came about and has never looked back. After building a security ethos in a UK FTSE 250 from the ground up he took on the challenge of building a new SOC function within Jaguar Land Rover before his final move to Qualys.

Joining Qualys in February of 2021 as the UK and North EMEA Chief Technical Security Officer Paul is helping to drive Qualys’ vision at C-Level across the customer and partner base. Supporting the Qualys sales teams with his knowledge and experience of delivering cyber security operations to enterprise customers at a global scale. Paul will be representing Qualys at forums and conferences to help support the wider cyber security community.

Paul mantra is “Perfection is not a destination; it is a never-ending journey”

Using the power of stories and his own experience of testing products to destruction; Quentyn has embraced building business relationships across the world whilst driving Canon’s strategy and educating business customers to minimise their security risk. Before joining Canon, Quentyn has worked in a variety of industries such as Internet service providers as well as startup businesses.

Dr. Robert Coles is the Director of Cumberland House Consulting Ltd, specialising in cyber security strategy, programme delivery and Non-Exec and Board Advisory roles. He is also an Honorary Professor at UCL and Visiting Professor at Royal Holloway, University of London. He holds a number of commercial board positions including Chair of the Crossword Consulting Ltd Board, Chair of the Crossword Cybersecurity PLC advisory board, member of the advisory boards for Think Cyber Ltd, UK bank, a US pharmaceutical and the Government of Singapore Ministry of Health and member of the Tech-Nation Cybersecurity judging panel. Robert has over 30 years of cybersecurity experience and has held a number of Chief Information Security Officer positions, including for the NHS and health and care system, GSK, National Grid and Merrill Lynch.  In all these roles, he owned the information security risk and was responsible for providing leadership across the organisations. He was accountable to the Executive and their Boards for establishing information security strategy and direction, building information security teams and delivering the information security change programme. Prior to these CISO roles, he held a number of “head of” roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, and was the first lead partner, and set up, KPMG’s Information Security Services for EMEA. Robert has extensive links with major industry information security networking groups and government security agencies.  He also has links with a number of universities and participates in leading edge research, particularly with Royal Holloway where he is an Executive Sponsor for the Institute of Information Security Innovation, and Cranfield University where he is an executive sponsor for the Cyber Masters Programme. He was awarded a PhD in psychology by the University of Leeds for his work on the perceptions of information and IT risk and has published and presented on this and other topics.

 

Oliver has worked in cybersecurity as a penetration tester, consultant, researcher, and industry analyst for over 20 years. Interviewed, cited, and quoted by media, think tanks, and academia, he has written for Securityweek, CSO Online, and Dark Reading. While working at Gartner, he co-named the Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) market, and worked on the SIEM Magic Quadrant.  At Securonix, he works with our users on security operations and threat management topics.

 

 

Peter is Director of Product Marketing – Cybersecurity at Human. He has worked in cyber security for more than 20 years mainly in product marketing but also in sales engineering and enablement. Peter enjoys helping organisations find the right security product for their business.

 

Raphael Borrel is the CRO of XL Catlin services, an insurance intermediary part of AXA XL. He is also in charge of Information Risk Management at AXA XL globally. He previously worked as a Director of Insurance Strategy Perspectives and big 4 consultancy firms, where he provided advisory to senior management of global financial services companies during mergers and acquisitions,  large scale digital transformation programmes and risk and regulatory transformations.

An experienced Senior Leader & Corporate Executive, Security & Risk Professional, Ray is a globally acknowledged and well-known thought leader; recognised and highly respected as someone who delivers. Ray has sat on global programmes for the World Economic Forum on Cyber Resilience and the Advisory Board for the Information Security Forum. Ray has held Group CISO/CSO & EVP roles for BT, National Grid, Interoute, Redwood Technologies and Airbus UK.  He has been fortunate enough to have held global accountability, ranging from consultancy, through to design, build and run of managed services; including full profit and loss ownership for multiple business lines, while combining this experience with protection of Critical National Infrastructure in the Energy and Communications industries.

Professional information security governance, risk & compliance consultant with over 30 years of hands on skills & experience in:

• Threat Assessments & Risk Analyses
• Supply Chain Information Risk Management
• Information Security Policies & Procedures
• Security Vulnerability Assessments
• Security Penetration Testing
• Advanced Persistent Threats
• Wi-Fi Security Assessments
• Cloud Security Assessments
• Mobile Device Security
• Insider Threat & Data Leakage
• Security Awareness Training

Scott has a wealth of experience in information security and as Co-CEO, he is responsible for the strategic direction of Bridewell’s services, driving the business strategy forward, as well as overall service delivery. With extensive experience in delivering large-scale transformational projects in highly regulated environments, Scott plays a pivotal role in Bridewell’s continued growth and success, forming strong relationships with industry bodies including the NCSC. Under Scott’s leadership, Bridewell was one of the first organisations in the UK to gain accreditation on the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) ASSURE scheme and has an industry leading 24×7 Managed Detection and Response service.  Scott has been part of the Bridewell team since 2015 having previously spent ten years working within the police service, as well as several years at IBM and Rackspace. He is passionate about cyber security delivering tangible value to clients, developing others and is also a published author and regular guest speaker for industry events.

Mr Oren is a cyber security expert with experience in research and operations, both offensive and defensive. Prior to joining Deep Instinct in 2016 Oren served for 14 years as an officer in the IDF’s elite cyber unit 8200. Oren’s background includes a wide range of cyber security and research positions, where he managed multifunctional teams of hackers, researchers, and engineers. Oren led the development of new methods and tools for the analysis of cyber-campaigns, as well as a series of innovative cyber intelligence collection capabilities. Over the years of has worked extensively with a variety of industry, defence, and intelligence partners and agencies in North America and Europe. He is a recipient of the President of Israel Award for Outstanding Military Service, holds a B.Sc. (Magna Cum Laude) in Electrical Engineering from Ben Gurion University and MBA (Cum Laude) in Finance and Accounting from Tel Aviv University.

Unique global specialist in catastrophic risk across industry sectors and disciplines who advises companies and governments.  In cyber security Sally has provided advice across many areas of industry and exercised catastrophic attacks on systems.  Specialised lectures of cyber security and GDPR and other topics have been provided to the British Computer Society and presentations on catastrophic risk and electronic systems disturbances have been given to the IET.  Conceptual work was done over a decade ago on ‘post encryption’ society looking ahead at the changes in security from quantum research.  Chairs Permanent Monitoring Panel for Mitigation of Catastrophic Risk for the WFS (CERN) and is leading remote multinational science meetings on Covid-19 Mitigation – currently 9 International Sessions on the Novel Coronavirus, April 2020-May 202. The Panel also covers meetings on the Themes of  Engineering for Resilience in Infrastructure; Nuclear Conflict Mitigation Risk Management and Planetary Defence against Near Earth Objects (NEOs). She is a Member of the Information Assurance Advisory Council, IAAC community London and panel adviser on the first British IET and CPNI supported publication for Cyber Security in the Built Environment and is currently serving on the revised publication panel. Communicator since 2001 on many international television news outputs including BBC World Service describing live international and UK incidents and all major forms of threat – cyber, terrorism, aviation, Polonium-210 and Novichok poisonings, Chechen terrorist Beslan child hostages, security issue with Iran, DPRK, USA Presidential security, Covid-19, and unexplained incidents such as MH370 leading to media stories in all countries on novel concept of cyber hijack as new risk in civil aviation.  Early in her career she held appointments from Australian State Government Cabinet Offices to lead two disaster recovery units and to modernise an emergency service. In 2021 she has been recognised in a book’ Man on Fire’, Humphrey Hawksley, for provision of advice on EMP weapons and satellite delivery design. Early training by British Home Office as Scientific Advisor for national survival from nuclear, chemical and biological weapons effects, consultant and (Cold War) appointment for operations in nuclear bunkers.  PhD London University on catastrophic risk across all industry sectors, awarded in field of Economics. Innovator of technological solutions to improvised terrorist devices for chemical and explosives weapon’s effects.  Grandfather in CBRN for the British Register of Security Engineers and Specialists RSES, Member 25 years of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI) and Member of the Royal United Services Institute, Member of the Australian College of Education.

Recognised cyber security MD with over thirty years of industry experience implementing successful programmes in demanding global environments including investment banking, retail, media and FMCG. Simon provides strategic vision, leadership and technology expertise with a proven track record for effective risk management, change delivery and exceptional impact. He has a strong track record of creating and leading sector wide initiatives. Prior to his current position, Simon was regional CISO at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for 9 years, where he had responsibility for all aspects of cyber security in the EMEA region working closely with business and technical leaders. A member of the bank’s information security senior leadership team that directs the enterprise wide prevention and response activities, Simon had an active role in defining the global strategic operating model and setting strategic long-term goals. Previous sector positions have included Bank of England’s industry chair of the Cyber Coordination Group and Chair of CPNI’s Financial Services Information Exchange (FSIE) and Global Head of IT Security at Thomson Reuters.

Teagan heads Audere’s research team and case manages complex due diligence and investigations assignments.  As Head of Investigations she oversees our open source and human intelligence networks, as well as coordinating pre-transactional due diligence and dispute-related engagements. She has particular expertise in multi-jurisdictional asset tracing investigations in conjunction with the legal counsel of corporates and international law firms. She has worked in business intelligence and investigations for eleven years. Prior to this she was the German business development manager at a UK risk consultancy. She has also worked in research with a global private equity firm. Teagan studied International Relations at the University of St Andrews and holds a Masters in the same subject from the LSE. A dual German-American national, she speaks German and divides her time between our New York and London offices.

Tim founded 2|SEC in 2011, with the vision of becoming the UK’s best Cyber Security Resilience partner for Financial Services firms in the City. Since then 2|SEC has grown from strength to strength; and engage in a number of high profile Cyber Security projects, including penetration testing of some of the world’s best known brands. Tim is an avid cyclist and winter sports enthusiast. international board. He is the current President of the ISSA-UK.

Experienced Information Technology Services Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the airlines/aviation industry. Skilled in Service Delivery, Technical Support, PHP, Enterprise Architecture, and ITIL. Strong information technology professional graduated from Anglia Ruskin University.

Victoria Baines is a leading author and speaker in the field of cybersecurity. Her areas of research include electronic surveillance and evidence gathering, the changing face of online identity, and the politics of cybersecurity. She has appeared on the BBC, CNN and other major broadcast media outlets as an authority on the misuse of emerging technologies, including Virtual Reality. She serves on the Advisory Board of the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE). For several years, Victoria was Facebook’s Trust & Safety Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Her work focused on operational support to law enforcement, and strategic engagement with policy makers on criminal activity online. Before joining Facebook, Victoria led the Strategy & Prevention team at Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), where she was responsible for the European Union’s cyber threat analysis. She designed and developed the iOCTA, Europe’s flagship product on cybercrime, and authored 2020, scenarios for the future of cybercrime that were the basis for Trend Micro’s successful short film series of the same name. Earlier in her career Victoria was Principal Analyst for online child protection at the UK Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), and was responsible for the UK’s threat assessment of online child safety issues. She began her career in law enforcement in 2005 as a Higher Intelligence Analyst for Surrey Police. In 2008, the International Association for Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts recognised Victoria’s work for the public sector with an award for outstanding achievement. Victoria is a graduate of Trinity College, Oxford and holds a doctorate in classical literature. She is a Visiting Associate of the Oxford Internet Institute (Oxford University), and a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University School of Computing.

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