Manchester

CISO 360 Roundtable: Red Teaming

Wednesday 24 April 2024 | 17:30-21:30
Private Dining Venue | Manchester

The current state of physical and cyber red teaming

Join us for an intimate gathering in the wonderful city of Manchester to connect with CISO peers as we dive deep into tactics and strategies on the current state of physical and cyber red teaming.

In a post-COVID world, some mind-sets, attitudes and business decisions have reverted back to the thinking that physical and cyber red teaming exercises are not a necessity. Yet it goes without saying that we’re in a time of year on year growth of threats and attacks.

The main aim of any red team security exercise is to quickly help the client become more resilient by exercising and strengthening their blue (defensive) teams.  Red teaming on a frequent basis can significantly increase your resilience and reduce the impacts of a real breach and significant improvements can be made from the very first engagement.

Brought to you by Pulse Conferences and sponsored by QinetiQ, this exclusive dinner discussion will be hosted under the Chatham House Rule, ensuring candid and insightful exchanges. We will be discussing topics including how your organisation views physical and cyber red teaming and the frequency in which you undertake it.

Please R.S.V.P. below to confirm your complimentary place.

We very much look forward to welcoming CISOs, Chief Security Officers, Intelligence Directors and senior cybersecurity and resilience practitioners as our guests, who are currently working in-house within medium to large enterprises.

Yours sincerely,

Team Pulse
Pulse Conferences

*Please note that the Roundtable places are open only to CISOs, Chief Security and Intelligence Officers and senior practitioners who are currently doing the job of securing mid to large size organisation where they currently work. 

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About QinetiQ

QinetiQ is an integrated global security and defence company. QinetiQ has been established as a Cyber Security service provider and thought leader for longer than almost any other company in the world, continually providing assurance and resilience for our customers in a collaborative way. We address today’s rapidly changing cyber security environment, with decades of experience protecting the most highly targeted organisations and securing the most critical operations. With our defence-grade solutions, rigorous threat checks and our understanding of defending against the most persistent threats, we can help you build digital resilience so you can face the future with greater certainty.

www.qinetiq.com/

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

James Mason, Enterprise Security, QinetiQ

James Mason has been working in Information Security for over a decade, specialising in pen testing and advanced attack simulation, working with the world’s first formally dedicated pen test team (MoD) and one of the world’s first red teams (formed circa 2000), who have proudly never unwillingly shown a “Get out of jail free card” in 24 years. Inspired by some of the best hackers out there, James quickly progressed to a member of QinetiQ’s red team. For over a decade, James has successfully infiltrated some of the largest banks, insurance, legal, CNI & other sensitive environments and is proud of his “never been caught record” too. James is extremely passionate about red teaming and the positive values a single exercise can bring to an organisation, its staff and their customers.

Approximate Timings

17:30-18:30       Guests arrive and welcome drinks
18:30-21:00       Discussion while dinner is served
21:00-21:30       Conclusions, goodbyes and guests depart

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