CISO 360 Roundtable
How can we address increasingly advanced threats with a small team?
How can we do more with less while accelerating threat detection and response?
Please select either 23 or 24 March 2021
Designed for CISOs with 5 or less team members to uncover together how CISOs with similar team sizes are managing increasingly complex cybersecurity challenges.
As a CISO with a small security team, you are invited to attend this special CISO 360 Roundtable hosted on 23 and 24 March to benchmark capabilities with peers.
Companies with smaller teams are struggling to protect their organizations from today’s increasingly sophisticated threats. These companies cannot afford the range of tools required to prevent, detect and respond to the barrage of attacks leveled against them. What’s needed is a simplified, consolidated, affordable approach to cybersecurity that automates protection, to fill in knowledge gaps and reduce the burden on the overworked teams.
Join this lively roundtable discussion to learn the practical steps your cross-industry peers have taken to quickly and affordably improve their companies’ security posture, and reduce their risks.
Hosted by Pulse Conferences, sponsored by Cynet, join this lively roundtable discussion to compare and learn the practical steps your cross-industry peers have taken to quickly and affordably improve their companies’ security posture. Everyone is a speaker in this group discussion, designed for CISOs with 5 or less team members to uncover together how CISOs with similar team sizes are managing increasingly complex cybersecurity challenges.
We are delighted to welcome Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist with Cynet who will lead this discussion alongside a fellow CISO. Clive Room, Director, Pulse Conferences will top and tail the event as your Master of Ceremonies.
- What are proven best practices for mid-size to large companies with small security to protect their organisations from today’s increasingly sophisticated cyber threats?
- What automation tools can prevent, detect and respond to the barrage of daily threats?
- How can we work smarter while accelerating threat detection and response and reducing the burden on a smaller security team?
- What are best practices to keep up with cyber attacks without cutting corners to best balance cost vs risk?
- Do we have enough metrics to determine the health status of our detection, response, investigation controls? How can we achieve continuous assurance on the state of our controls?
- How can we cut through the deployment time to consolidate security tools and processes?
If you can accept, please below to confirm your place around the table – please select either 23 or 24 March to suit your diary!
We look forward to seeing you for what promises to be an energetic, educational, memorable – as well as enjoyable – discussion with Chris, Clive and CISO peers!
What to expect
All participants are encouraged to contribute throughout for this face to face virtual event.
A unique opportunity to benchmark practical approaches, realities and successes with CISOs of small teams. The discussion is held under The Chatham House Rule of non-attribution.
- There is no cost to attend.
- Places are limited to 10 CISOs to maintain an in-depth peer to peer benchmarking focus for the discussion and the sharing of best practices.
- Confirmations will be done on a ‘first to confirm’ basis.
- Led by a CISO and Chief Security Strategist.
- There is no presentation. Our esteemed partner Cynet is here to share thought leadership and practical knowledge.
- This roundtable will be hosted on Zoom.
Agenda/ Timings (GMT)
Digital House-Keeping and Guest Welcome
Master of Ceremonies: Clive Room, Director, Pulse Conferences
Introduction and insights on the topics
Co-Chairpersons – Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist, Cynet and CISO
Main Roundtable discussion
Summaries and Goodbyes
Co-Chair – 23 and 24 March
Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist, Cynet
Chris is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on counter threat intelligence and vulnerability research within the Information Security industry. Since the late 90’s Chris has been deeply involved with security R&D, consulting, and vCISO services in his quest to protect and defend organizations against various types of attack. As one of the well-known hackers and researchers, Chris is routinely invited to speak at industry conferences and is regularly featured on the CNN, The Washington Post, WIRED, and numerous other media publications.
CISO Co-Chair – Tuesday 23 March
Simon Mair, Head of Information Security and Data Privacy, Brewin Dolphin
Simon is Head of Information Security and Data Privacy at Brewin Dolphin, one of the UK’s leading wealth managers. Prior to this role, Simon was Manager Information Security at Clifford Chance LLP with focuses on Information Security Risk Assessments, ISMS implementation, ISO 27001 Compliance, Third Party Risk Management, Audit. He has also held senior technology risk roles at Cargill. Simon is pragmatic solution oriented with an eye towards results and improvement using Lean methodologies.
CISO Co-Chair – Wednesday 24 March
Alan Jenkins, Senior Cyber Security Manager, Hitachi Europe
Alan is currently senior cyber security manager at Hitachi Europe, since Oct ‘19. He 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. He has some 30 years experience in all facets of security, particularly cyber and enterprise security risk management, with a focus on ‘value-at-risk’. Since leaving the RAF in 2006, Alan has added management consulting plus business development, delivery & pre-sales experience in both Public & Private sectors in the role of a Trusted Advisor & SME. After spells at CSC & T-Systems as UK Chief Security Officer, responsible for end-end security governance, operations and risk, he joined Babcock International Group as their first CISO in Apr ‘13. He led the delivery of significant improvements in the Group’s cyber security capabilities to the benefit of the wider business & its customers. He is also CISO-in-Residence at CyLon Labs since Mar ‘19, supporting 2 Cohorts of startup/scale ups in London and is currently supporting the 2nd Spark programme in Oman.
Master of Ceremonies – 23 and 24 March
Clive Room, Director, Pulse Conferences
Clive has worked as a marketeer within cybersecurity since 2000. As the Marketing Manager at Portcullis Computer Security he organised all their bespoke events from seminars to hospitality events like the famous Portcullis Arms during Infosec. He was also responsible for their involvement with conferences and exhibitions all over Europe. His experience in promoting and presenting at cyber security events is matched by his passion for helping people understand the critical importance of mitigating the risks and protecting themselves and their organisations from cybercrime. He believes that in terms of reputational damage and operational costs, security breaches should be a key concern of everyone from the ground floor worker up to board and director level. Clive was Chairman of The White Hat Committee, the charity for the information security industry, which raises money for ChildLine and Barnardo’s throughout the year. This January’s White Hat Ball was the most successful to date raising over two hundred thousand pounds and the next White Hat Car Rally is in September. Clive is proud to be a part of the dynamic team at Pulse Conferences bringing the CISO 360 Congress and related series to the marketplace as a game changer in cybersecurity events.
About the Sponsor
Cynet 360 is the world’s first Autonomous Breach Protection platform that natively integrates XDR attack prevention and detection capabilities with automated investigation and remediation, via a single lightweight agent with zero operational effort. Cynet 360 technology is complemented by a proactive 24\7 MDR service at no extra cost, placing end to end breach protection within reach for even the smallest security teams.
The Cynet differentiators:
XDR – 360 attack prevention and detection
Widest attack protection range against both commodity and advanced endpoint, network and user-based attacks with additional deception layer
Automated investigation to unveil the attack’s root cause and impact, coupled by automated remediation to eradicate all the discovered malicious presence and activity
24\7 MDR services included
Top skilled analyst team that provides alert monitoring, threat hunting attack investigation and assistance in incident response, at no extra cost
Lightspeed deployment and immediate value
Seamless distributions across thousands of agents within a single hour, with only two clicks required to get the platform fully up and running.
All prevention and detection, as well as response automation capabilities, delivered in a single, lightweight agent.