Registration Details –  Talk to the Board

Register as a delegate

There is no cost to attend Talk to the Board if you are a senior in-house practitioner (CISO or CxO).
Spaces are limited and all registrations are subject to final approval by Pulse Conferences.
Please click on the button below to register your attendance as a complimentary delegate at the event.

Register for a Advisory Pass

Pass for Providers of Security Services or Products – strictly limited to 5 passes per event
Price: £1,000

Please note:

Delegate Passes above are only available to book by inhouse practitioners – i.e. persons who are currently in the role of CISO, cyber threat intelligence professional, risk manager or similar.  This rate does not apply to persons or companies providing advisory services or solutions to the security community.

To find out more about how you can get participate as a provider or advisor to the CISO community, please contact


  • Entry to Talk to the Board (6 November 2018)
  • Invitation to join the confirmed networking reception
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Certificate of attendance soft copy provided post-event on request


  • Travel and accommodation expenses to attend the event
  • All other costs associated with planning for / attending the event
  • Please enquire for further details and pricing


Should for any reason outside the control of Pulse Conferences (hereafter called Pulse), the venue or the speakers change, or the event be cancelled due to industrial action, adverse weather conditions, or an act of terrorism, Pulse will endeavour to reschedule, but the client hereby indemnifies and holds Pulse harmless from and against any and all costs, damages and expenses, including legal costs, which are incurred by the client.

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