The Savoy, London

CISO 360 Dinner Roundtable

Ransomware vs Zero Trust – Cyber Resilience in the Era of AI

Thursday 25 July 2024 | 17:30-21:30

Princess Ida and Patience Room
The Savoy | London 

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Welcome to CISO 360 Roundtable
Ransomware vs Zero Trust – Cyber Resilience in the Era of AI

In this new era of hyper-connectivity, digital transformation and AI, once trusted traditional cyber security paradigms, have become less efficient.

Therefore, in this era of commoditised AI, there needs to be a rethink of what it now means to be cyber resilient and then prioritise accordingly.

Share strategies and tactics with fellow CISOs while you enjoy the private dining setting at London’s iconic Savoy Hotel!

Key talking points include:

  • Signs of the times – the new risks
  • Key challenges for CISOs and cybersecurity managers
  • Overcoming key challenges
  • Containing a breach – new perspectives
  • Planning for business continuity – sharing best practices and lessons learned in developing robust and reliable cyber resilience plans

Sponsored by Illumio and hosted by Pulse Conferences, we look forward to your contributions to the discussion on how organisations are building cyber resilience in 2024 and beyond!

We hope that you can join security peers for what promises to be a dynamic discussion held under The Chatham House Rule, as well as top culinary experiences and great company at The Savoy London.

Yours sincerely,

Team Pulse
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About Illumio

Illumio, the Zero Trust Segmentation company, stops breaches and ransomware from spreading across thehybrid attack surface. The Illumio ZTS Platform visualizes all communication and traffic between workflows, devices, and the internet in one console, automatically sets granular segmentation policies to control unnecessary and unwanted communications, and isolates high-value assets and compromised systems to proactively or reactively stop the spread of a breach. ZTS is proven to help organizations of all sizes, from Fortune 100 to small business, stop breaches and ransomware in minutes, save millions in application downtime, and accelerate digital transformation projects. Assume breach. Minimize impact. Increase resilience.

Discussion will be co-steered by a fellow CISO alongside:

Trevor Dearing – Global Director of Critical Infrastructure Solutions, Illumio

Trevor Dearing has worked in networking and security for over 40 years. He has attended the birth of nearly all the technologies that we now take for granted including, Ethernet Switching, VPNs, Firewalls and virtual networks. Originally an engineer working on some of the first network and cyber security systems. He is now the Global Director of Critical Infrastructure Solutions for Illumio.

Timings, Thursday 25 July 2024

17:30-18:30       Guests arrive to welcome drinks
18:30-21:15       Discussion and 3 course dinner
21:15-21:30       Conclusions


  • Conducted under The Chatham House Rule.
  • Co-chaired by a leading Chief Security Officer.
  • Pulse Conferences is your Master of Ceremonies.
  • There is no cost to attend.
  • Places around the table are limited.
  • Please R.S.V.P. on the red button.


The Savoy London

Looking across Embankment Gardens towards the River Thames and with an excellent view of the iconic Westminster Bridge, this gracious Edwardian-style private dining room in London can be configured in a variety of layouts, making it ideally suited for small to medium sized lunches or receptions, a cocktail party or private afternoon tea, and formal or informal dining occasions. Princess Ida & Patience can be combined with the adjacent private room Pinafore, via a connecting door, if greater floorspace is necessary.

Named after the eighth and sixth Savoy Operas, Princess Ida & Patience started life as two of the original private rooms when The Savoy opened in 1889, but the dividing wall was removed in 1935. After several decades of modern redecoration, a major restoration in the late 1990s drew inspiration from original archive photographs of both rooms dated 1906, and the room now reflects its delightful Edwardian heritage.

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