Hôtel Dieu Intercontinental Marseille, France

Meet the Speakers at 8th CISO 360 Global Congress – Marseille 2024

Congress Chair
Marcus Alldrick, CISO Luminary

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. Progressing from programming 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 financial institutions 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 actively volunteers for the heritage Swanage Railway where he undertakes various customer facing roles, Julia’s House, the Dorset and Wiltshire children’s hospice and care provider, a local school as a governor and is a guest lecturer at the University of Portsmouth.

Roundtable Chair

Dr. Robert Coles, Head of OT Security Strategy, DSSmith plc

Robert has over 35 years of audit, risk and cybersecurity experience and has held a number of senior leadership positions, including CISO for the NHS and health & care system, GSK, National Grid, and Merrill Lynch and Head of InfoSec at Royal Bank of Scotland, and he was a partner at KPMG. Robert is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Assurance Research and Engineering at George Mason University, Washington DC. He is also an Honorary Professor at UCL. 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. He continues to undertake research in these areas. He was also awarded an MBA from Manchester Business School. Robert also holds a number of commercial board positions including Chair of the Crossword Consulting Ltd Board, Non-Executive Director of Crossword Cybersecurity PLC, and Chair of the Board at Think Cyber Ltd and advisor to the Government of Singapore Ministry of Health. He is also a Governor/Trustee and Audit Committee Member of the University of Brighton.

Opening Keynote: Global Security Landscape Updates

Frank Gardner OBE
BBC’s Security Correspondent and Author

Frank spent nine years as an investment banker in New York, London and Bahrain before switching to journalism and joining the BBC in 1995. Frank has reported extensively on the global ˜War on Terror’ in Guantanamo Bay, Yemen, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East. In 2004 Frank survived being shot six times at close range by Al-Qaeda terrorists in a Riyadh suburb in Saudia Arabia. He went on to write the best-selling book Blood and Sand, the poignant story of what can happen to your belief system when the culture you have embraced ends up trying to kill you. Frank has gone onto write three best-selling spy thrillers Crisis, Ultimatum and Outbreak. He was awarded an OBE in 2005 for services to journalism. In 2018 he was awarded the University of Southern California’s Tommy Trojan Trophy for distinguished speaking. As a career broadcaster and a witty and gifted communicator, Frank shares his passion for the Middle East, travel and adventure. He draws on a unique perspective and understanding of both domestic and international security.

Meet the 2024 International Speaker Panel (partial list by alphabetical order)

Adam has 25 years international experience in managing IT and Information Security mainly in Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical, Consumer Goods, Telecommunication and Financial Services industries. Founding member of ClubCISO, Consumer Goods Security Forum in the UK and Information Security Forum in Malaysia – peer groups of CISOs and Heads of Information Security formed to exchange good practices and experience within specific focus groups. Adam has significant experience consulting and advising boards of directors of FTSE100/Fortune500 companies on Information Security, Privacy, Risk Management and Resilience. The current role is Chief Information Security Officer at Monument Re Group.

Alan was formerly Group CISO at Babcock International, UK CSO at CSC and T-Systems, an Associate Partner at IBM Security, and served in the Royal Air Force for 21 years.


Colette leads technology risk, security compliance and data governance for Checkout.com, a cloud-based payments platform. Before joining Checkout.com she held leadership roles at Skype, Microsoft and Nokia. Specialising in pragmatic and creative solutions for complex and evolving compliance requirements, she is passionate about embedding security and privacy in operations, products and services from design to delivery. Her focus is comprehensive reduction of technology-related risk for the business and for the customer. Colette holds an MSc. in Information Security from Royal Holloway and is CISSP, CISM, CIPP, CDPSE.

Derek is an experienced leader with over 20 years of professional experience in cyber security and risk management. He is currently the CISO for Deliveroo, where he is developing and implementing a security strategy and roadmap to support the company’s ambitious goals.  Prior to Deliveroo, Derek was the Chief Security Officer for TalkTalk, where he joined post their cyber attack in 2015 to rebuild the brand and protect TalkTalk’s critical infrastructure, assets, and customer data. He is also currently the CISO Advisor for Square Enix West, where he is helping build and steer their cyber security programme, and on the Advisory Panel for AND Digital overseeing their Cyber Security strategy.

Previously, Derek was the Global Head of Security and Risk Management (CISO) at Electronic Arts (EA) where he led a large, global team to protect EA’s intellectual property and sensitive data. Prior to EA, he spent over 6 years at Deloitte where he managed and performed a multitude of information security and risk management engagements for global Fortune 500 companies across various industries.

A French and Swiss citizen, Dimitri Chichlo started his career in Ukraine in 2004, then moved to Switzerland in 2009, working mainly for international financial institutions in the fields of operational risk and cybersecurity. In 2017, he completed an Executive MBA at INSEAD. In 2019, he joined the Supervisory board of Ukreximbank, the third largest and state-owned bank in Ukraine, as vice-chairman and chair of the Operations and Digital Committee, where he remained until May 2023. In 2020, he founded his consultancy practice in cybersecurity and digital transformation, AndSecure. Since February 24th, 2022, he is actively involved into providing humanitarian support to Ukraine. He currently lives in Geneva.

Dr. Eduardo Solana is Senior Lecturer of Cryptography and Security at the University of Geneva. Amongst others, Dr. Solana has worked for IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers where he was Global Subject Matter Expert for authentication solutions. He has more than twenty five years of experience in the fields of cryptography and information security both in the private sector and the academia. Dr. Solana is a deeply experienced security practitioner, technical writer and regular speaker at the most relevant conferences and symposia in the field. During his extensive career, he has provided consulting services to multinational organizations and states in security related issues.

 

George Eapen is currently the Group CIO for Petrofac, an international provider of energy services, with around 11,500 employees supporting international and national oil, gas and renewable energy companies to unlock more value in key geographies including, Malaysia, India, Middle East, Russia and the CIS, the UK and the Americas. In his current role, George and his team manages IT & Digital strategy for the Company. George also serves on the Global Board of Advisors for IBM Security.

George was previously Chief Information Security Officer for GE Global Regions/ GE International. In that role, George was responsible for defining Cyber Security strategy for Enterprise IT & OT for all the GE regions outside of US which accounted for B revenue for the Company. George has 15 years of global experience (USA, India, Singapore, Italy, China & Middle East) with multiple businesses (Healthcare, Aviation, Oil & Gas,) in diverse IT domains (Software development, Quality, Auditing, Infrastructure, Operations & Cyber Security).

George is a well-known thought leader in the field of Cyber having presented extensively on the topic at over 30 conferences worldwide, including key notes at Microsoft Ignite 2019, IBM Think 2020 and GISEC. George also serves as a Non-Executive Board member for many Cyber Organisations and committees. George is a recipient of multiple awards globally and was also featured in Intelligent CIO, Security Middle East and Cyber Sentinels magazine.

George holds an Electrical Engineering degree from MG University, an MBA from Symbiosis, India and an Executive MBA from MIT Sloan.

Graeme Cantu-Park is an Information Security expert with experience in multiple sectors, including e-commerce, FinTec, and software. As a former UK Special Forces Officer, he is well-versed in team leadership as well as delivering upon technical engagements and managing large, diverse and complex teams. Graeme serves as the CISO at Matillion, a provider of data transformation software for cloud data warehouses. Prior to his time at Matillion, Graeme worked at The Hut Group as Global Head of Security Operations and a Santander backed FinTech (ASTO) as Head of IT Security. He is a graduate of Liverpool and Cranfield Universities with a bachelor’s degree in E-Business and a master’s degree in Cyber Defence & Information assurance and International Security. He is also certified by the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) as a Senior Information Risk Advisor. Graeme lives in Northwest England with his wife and children and enjoys skiing, do-it-yourself hobbies, and gym training in his spare time.

Henry Yu is the Deputy CISO at Everbridge, where he brings over 20 years of experience as a cybersecurity executive. Everbridge is a global software company that provides software-as-a-service applications to help organizations manage critical events. Before joining Everbridge, he served as Head of Wireless Security at DISH, where he played a pivotal role in securing North America’s first greenfield 5G network. Prior to DISH, Henry led the security, network, and corporate infrastructure teams at Red Robin International. He has also held significant executive roles, including VP of Global Security Architecture and Engineering at Level3 and VP of Network Technology and Head of Security (CISO) at TW Telecom.

Senior Information Security Officer / Deputy CISO at

Respected and leading CISO, awarded the CISO of the year for 2019 in Luxembourg, Sentinel CISO Global 2020, EU CISO 2020, and recently Ambassador of the year 2021 in Luxembourg. Versatile and innovative Cybersecurity professional with emphasis on cyber security risk management, policies and procedures creation, IT/IS security, IT Operations, audit, risk mitigation, business process improvement, IT governance. Passionate about participation and encouragement of women in cybersecurity and in STEM programs.

Prior to current role, served as the Senior Operational Risk and ISO manager for another EU Institution. Earlier in career, managed IT Audit and Compliance for Sobey’s, one of the two national grocery retailers in Canada and Audit, Corporate Development, M&A and growth strategies and IT Audit for George Weston, one of the Canada’s largest publicly traded food processing and distribution companies.

Jorge Fernandes is the CISO, DPO and Director of the Internal Control Office at CMVM, the Portuguese securities supervisor. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and several certifications in information security and data protection.

Jorge has more than 20 years of professional experience in Information Security in the financial services sector. His experience as CISO includes the European Securities and Markets Authority and the Council of Europe Development Bank. He is currently a member of several European regulatory groups regarding cybersecurity, operational resilience, and the digitalisation of the financial sector.

Having more than 20 years of experience in the information security industry and the GCC region, Lorna is a Security Executive Partner and CISO Advisor with Gartner, having advised over 45 Cybersecurity Executives/CISOs across different industries in the GCC region. As a sought-after speaker, she has presented at numerous conferences, sharing insights and strategies that help CISOs achieve their objectives.

In addition to her technical expertise, Lorna is also a skilled communicator who excels at distilling complex security concepts into clear, actionable advice for non-technical stakeholders.

One of Lorna’s key responsibilities is running security awareness sessions for Boards of Directors, non-security Executives, VPs and GMs in various organizations.

Michael is a technology leader with over 28 years of experience in guiding international public sector organizations, DAX 30 businesses, and mid-sized international firms through strategic technology initiatives. He is an expert in digitization and IT transformation and a thought leader in cyber security, organizational risk management, and IT compliance. He advises small and large enterprises ranging in size from 20 to 220,000 employees in the medical, pharmaceutical, biotech, translation, and manufacturing industries worldwide, just to name a few. Throughout his career Michael has led complex, diverse organizations toward enhanced operations while saving hundreds of millions in operating costs. He is passionate about mentorship, coaching, and removing cultural barriers. He was born in the USA, raised in Texas, and has travelled the world helping people maximize potential. Michael lives in Germany and is focused on family, volunteer work, and supporting a multitude of international clients at Hays.

Head of Poste Italiane CERT. It works in the field of information security and network for more than twenty years’ experience gained in international environments. In the security area he was involved in encryption design and network security, also working in complex infrastructure like mobile and 3G networks. He has collaborated with several magazines in the computer industry as a journalist contributing to the dissemination of issues related to security and legal technical aspects. Teaching Security, since 2005, at the Master in Network Security of the Sapienza University. Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) since 2004 and promoter of technological innovation, collaborates with several start-ups in Italy and abroad.

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.

Owanate is the founder of Bestman Solutions, a firm dedicated to helping leaders hire cyber security professionals. He advises CISOs and Executives on market factors that impact their growth plans and designs bespoke solutions to address this. Firmly embedded in the cyber security space, he possesses a global core network of well-respected and proven security specialists. Owanate has spent almost a decade recruiting in the Cyber Security field. Before this, he recruited Technology and Operational Risk specialists and successfully staffed a number of high profile banking regulatory programmes. He is also a keen industry speaker and writer for security associations and international publications. Outside of Security and staffing, Owanate is interested in all things Martial Arts.

Owen Miles has worked for Everbridge for over 14 years and within the operational resilience and Critical Event Management space for over 20 years. Owen has spent 7 years focused on the delivery of the Everbridge Critical Event Management platform to customers. Having worked with over 800 customers across multiple industries, Owen brings years of experience in enhancing operational resilience.

Patrick Kane is Senior Director Security for Atlas Air, a US airline conducting cargo and public/private passenger operations worldwide.  Patrick is heavily focused on developing and implementing mitigation measures to support highly mobile global workforce and multiple travelers, to include pre-travel risk assessments, coordinating secure transportation and journey management, assessing hotel and transportation options.

Patrick currently serves as the Chair of the ASIS International Santa Barbara Ventura Chapter #21 and is the President of the Corporate Executive Protection Leadership Council (CEPLC).  He recently spearheaded the creation of a Travel Risk Working Group within ASIS International. Patrick is also the past Chair and Chair Emeritus of the OSAC Aviation Security Working Group.  He has over 20 years of experience working in private sector corporate security; most of that time focused on international operations and has personal experience on the ground in more than 70 countries.

Since 1996 Patrick has been a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) in good standing under the auspices of ASIS International.  He received an International Executive MBA from Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain in 2004. Prior to entering the private sector, Patrick served as an infantry officer in the US Marine Corps.  He welcomes questions, comments and suggestions and can be reached at patrick.kane@atlasair.com or patrick.kane.cpp@gmail.com .

Appointed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) as its first Director of Aviation Security on 1st April 2014. Peter is the Aviation Security Regulator for the UK and overseas cyber security performance of the UK aviation sector. He previously served as Director of Security & Business Continuity for the Home Office for 5 years. Prior to this, Peter had served for 32 years in the Royal Air Force from which he retired as an Air Commodore in April 2007. His last appointments were as Provost Marshal for the RAF and Commandant General of the Royal Air Force Regiment. He has been a Corporate Security Director for 20 years.

With over 25 years in Cyber & Information Security, I currently lead as CISO and Head of Cyber Security Risk Advisory & Governance at UBS. My journey began in pivotal roles at prominent international financial institutions such as Bloomberg L.P., JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, evolving through dynamic positions including Cyber and Information Security Risk Manager, Senior IT Security Audit Specialist, Network Security Architect, and Information Security Analyst.

At UBS, I’ve been at the forefront of shaping Cyber Threat Intelligence, Information Security Management, and Cyber & Technology Audit initiatives, crucial in crafting robust security frameworks and reducing risks in cutting-edge technology arenas. I am a proud graduate of South Bank University, London, where I earned both a B.Sc. in Business and Information Technology Management and an M.Sc. in Information Systems Security Engineering.

Holding esteemed GIAC, CISA and CISM certifications, I’ve dedicated my career to aligning security practices with strategic business objectives, ensuring comprehensive risk management. Beyond the boardroom, I’m an avid reader and traveller, passionately mentoring the next wave of cybersecurity talent.

My sporting achievements with the Great Britain American Football Team, coupled with my ongoing coaching role at the London Olympians AFC, reflect my commitment to teamwork and excellence. I look forward to energising our discussions with fresh perspectives on advancing cybersecurity and safeguarding information security in our rapidly evolving digital world.

Cyber & Tech Risk @ BNP Paribas – Crypto / blockchain, AI, Cloud, & Threat Intelligence

– A highly experienced and innovative leader with versatile cyber security, risk, and compliance experience in global Financial Services institutions
– Significant experience in leading large multi-year cyber and risk programmes by proactive engagement with board level business, technology, and RISK executives
– Start-up mind set with proven experience in developing and implementing innovative cyber security solutions in F500 organizations
– Proven experience in hiring exceptional talent in offshore locations to setup Centre of Excellence (COE) capability
– Global mindset: Experience of building and leading multi-cultural teams in Asia, Europe, and USA
– Exceptionally well connected in the industry- strong network of customers, partners, technology providers, and subject matter experts across the globe
– Known in the industry for: Passion, Integrity, Honesty and Technical Knowledge
– Specialties: Security Strategy, Cyber Roadmap, Security Architecture, Cyber Threat Intelligence, Cloud Security, Security Operation Centre, Identity and Access Management, Data Protection (Structured and Unstructured), Social Media Monitoring, External Attack Surface, Vulnerability Prioritization, Cyber Fraud, Financial Crime, Cyber Rating, Digital Risk Analytics, Insider Threat, Incident Response, Merger & Acquisition Due Diligence, Technology Audit and GRC
– Stakeholder coverage: CEO, COO, CFO, CDO, DPO, CTO, CIO, CISO, Risk Management, Compliance, Fraud, Credit Risk, Legal and HR

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. Simon was recently interim CISO at John Lewis, McKesson UK and Avon. Prior to these roles, he 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.

Sybil has worked in global consulting, banking, insurance, and telecoms during the last 25 years, in both New York and in Germany. As a DQS senior lead auditor, she specialized during the last 15 years in Cybersecurity by auditing information security management systems in global companies from banks to data centers. As a Cyber consultant she implemented several types of ISO management systems and coached board members to optimize business processes by building on core business strengths. As a Business Continuity Manager and Head of Security Audit at a global telecoms company, she built operational Cyber processes and managed the global audit management program. In her last role as Group CISO at a fortune 100 bank in Frankfurt, she implemented Cyber Security, Governance and Risk Management including regulatory reporting on critical cyber incidents.

Sybil joined Hays because Hays puts people in jobs every few seconds, in 33 countries. Hays is the market leader for people placement in Germany and together with Michael Beaupre and Neil Khatod are building the Hays Cyber Channel. Their aim is to become the leading Cyber recruiter with Cyber Advisory Services, to help CISOs spend more time with their families. She feels she can do this with her wealth of experience as an banking CISO, auditor and mentor.

Toks is responsible for the global delivery of information security at Dentons, the world’s largest law firm. He has over 20 years’ experience working in security, technology and privacy, across a number of industries.

Toks is an experienced and strategic business risk leader. He has a particular passion for strategy and team building and development. His core skillset, developed over the years includes security operations and architecture, risk management and risk driven investment, data protection, compliance and audits, and enterprise culture, awareness and training.

Toks has contributed to the business and technology community through information sharing, groups, speaking engagements and multi-industry networking. As strong supporter of education and schools, he has provided advice in areas of security, data protection, user awareness and cloud transformation.

Tunde is responsible for Information Security at Advantage Smollan, a leading Sales, Marketing & Data Company. Prior to joining he worked at Colliers International as Head of Information Security. He has also worked as a Network Engineer at KKR supporting their Infrastructure and Operations.

He holds a CISSP #765107‎ and degree in Computer Systems & Networks from Plymouth University.

Dr Leivesley, sally@newrisk.com works on generic solutions to catastrophic risks to critical infrastructure across all disciplines and contributes practical applications to government policy and business. She has been a Panel adviser to for the British IET and CPNI supported publication for Cyber Security in the Built Environment.
As an Advisor to companies and governments on protection of people and infrastructure and strategies for security and business Dr Leivesley has worked across industry sectors gas and petrochemicals; power distribution; hazardous goods transportation by rail; underground and aboveground rail; underground mines; bulk shipping and banks.
As an international media commentator she has commentated for BBC World Service and other news outlets on extreme threats – Chinese spy balloon over USA nuclear missile site, uranium package at London Heathrow airport,
cyber; terrorism; aviation losses; nuclear reactor explosions; Kabul 2021 evacuation; South China Sea; Polonium-210 and Novichok poisonings, Beslan siege; Iran; DPRK; USA Presidential security abroad; Covid-19, unexplained incidents such as MH370 and chemical incidents.

Dr Leivesley has held international scientific meetings on issues of catastrophic risk including risks of emerging nuclear weapons, infrastructure resilience including cyber, Covid-19 solutions and hazardous near-earth objects.
She was director of two disaster recovery units in Australia (weather and chemical incidents) and trained by British Home Office as Scientific Advisor holding a Cold War appointment as on all aspects of nuclear war.
PhD London University; Member of the Register of Security Engineers and Specialists RSES; International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigator; Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, and the British Information Assurance Advisory Council Community.

Valerie is a cybersecurity leader with expertise in digital transformation, risk and governance, information security, cloud services and business resilience with significant exposure in multiple industries. A highly motivated problem solver that excellently communicates technical issues and resolution to project teams, customers, stakeholders, and all levels of management.

At Loreal, Valerie is responsible for ensuring the implementation of the Company’s security strategy, providing assurance to the business, stakeholders, and customers covering UK & Ireland. She manages the overall Risk Management/Security in Projects, Compliance Management, Cybersecurity Awareness/Education, Resiliency, Technical & Professional competencies.

Valerie has contributed to the mentorship of young adults in Information Technology, a strong supporter of Women in Technology and has provided advice in areas of Governance, Risk and Compliance, digital transformation and Information Security Management System Implementation and Audit.

 

More than two decades of professional experience in information management and governance, with particular focus on information security, risk management and assurance for large multilateral public sector organizations with global presence. Actively contributing to inter-organizational working groups for establishing policies, standards, and guidelines in the area of information security, personal data protection, awareness programs, risk analysis and metrics. Conducting research in cryptography, data protection regulation, and risk management. I’ve started professional career in information technology in the year of the release of Mosaic Web browser, Intel Pentium CPU, Microsoft Windows NT, Debian Linux, Doom computer game… Since the Internet bubble, teaching computer science and telecommunications courses as adjunct faculty at Computer Science Department of Webster University in Geneva. Actively contributing to academic program advancement as a member of the Scientific Committee for Advanced Studies in Information Security at the Department of Management Studies of the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences at the University of Geneva. Advocating advancement in information security as an author in journals and as a speaker at professional conferences.

Speaking at 8th CISO 360 Global Congress – Marseille 2024

Our programmes are carefully researched and curated by professionally trained conference producers. They are organic by nature to ensure that we can be agile on the day. We ensure an optimal  mix of keynotes, case studies, fireside chats, table think tanks and group roundtables sessions that are pre-dominantly led by CISOs and all our Speakers are subject matter specialists.  We don’t do a ‘Call for Speakers’ but we do very much welcome enquiries and recommendations!

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