City Social, London

CISO-Trust 360 Dinner Roundtable
Fostering Collaboration to Build Trust in an Untrustworthy World

Tuesday, 14 March 2023
City Social | London

You are invited to participate in a unique dinner roundtable discussion hosted in London at one of London’s most stunning venues. City Social is a stunning events venue, located on the 24th floor of Tower 42, offering Michelin starred food, glamorous art deco interiors and breath-taking views of London.

Connect with peers for an energetic debate on Fostering Collaboration to Build Trust in an Untrustworthy World. 

As businesses continue to invest in digital to drive outcomes, CISOs are increasingly playing a central role in building trust with users, both internal and external, through innovative security strategies that enhance protection without sacrificing experience. But in a borderless digital world with a rapidly evolving threat landscape, how can CISOs overcome organizational and resource challenges to secure that trust? CISOs need to find the common ground that fosters stakeholder collaboration alongside innovation. In the case of building trust with users, it all starts with identity.

Attend this discussion on how CISOs can use identity to establish collaboration across the enterprise to develop and execute innovative security strategies that build trust with every user.

Sponsored by Ping Identity, hosted by Pulse Conferences, you are invited to join the discussion in the private dining setting in this prestigious venue to hear what CISO peers are doing to simplify identity management projects to protect against cyber threats in a diverse workforce and that target digital identities.

Key talking points   

  • Operational Efficiency
  • Digital Transformation
  • Privacy
  • Securing Identities
  • Giving users better experiences and leveraging security to attract customers faster and have higher retention rates

Many thanks. We hope that you can join peers for what promises to be a dynamic discussion, a top culinary experience and great company!

Yours sincerely,

Team Pulse
Pulse Conferences


Conducted under The Chatham House Rule, the discussion will be co-chaired by a leading CISO alongside with Máté Barany, Enterprise Account Executive, Ping Identity.

Pulse Conferences will be your Master of Ceremonies for the evening.

There is no cost to attend.

Places around the table are limited and confirmations will be done on a ‘first to confirm’ basis.

Join fellow CISOs for what promises to be a evening of fascinating discussion, a top culinary experience and great company!

Please R.S.V.P. on the red button above soonest to confirm your place!

Sponsored by

Hosted by

Strategist Co-Chair
Máté Barany, Enterprise Account Executive, Ping Identity

Máté Barany has over 12 years of experience working on complex implementation projects across EMEA. Previously as a Solutions Architect and now as an Account Executive, the key to Máté’s success is focusing on the End User Experience – implementing a “Customer First” approach when working with Partners and Customers – while at the same time ensuring key business and technical requirements are met. Máté loves a challenge and believes there is always room for improvement.

CISO Co-Chair
Graham Edwards, CISO, Domestic & General

A successful senior Chief Information Security Officer and Operational Risk Director with a proven track record in multi-cultural and multi-national organisations. Able to bridge technical and business disciplines and communicate at all levels. Extensive knowledge of Information Security, Cyber Security, Physical Security, BCDR, Operational Risk, Crisis Management, Data Protection, Financial Crime and Compliance. The first 16 years of Graham’s career were spent in the Diplomatic Service engaged in technical security for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He then moved to the financial services sector where he has held senior security posts with Abbey National, Standard Chartered, Barclays, RBS, HBOS and ING. Through these roles he has developed a holistic approach to risk management and security, holding responsibility for information risk, IT security, physical security, fraud, money laundering, business continuity planning, compliance, crisis management and intelligence. He has also worked outside of the banking industry as the Group Head of Information Risk for Centrica. He then held the position of Director of Data Security at Nationwide Building Society before taking the role as Head of Information Security at Camelot Lottery Solutions and then Interim Head of Cyber Security at Yorkshire Water. He has a master’s degree in Information Security from Royal Holloway.

Approximate Timings

17:30-18:30       Guests arrive and welcome drinks
18:30-21:00       Discussion while 3 course dinner is served
21:00-21:30       Conclusions, goodbyes and guests depart

Venue and directions

City Social, Private Dining Suite, Tower 42, London

Located on level 24 of Tower 42 in the heart of London and boasting magnificent views across the city, City Social features a Michelin star restaurant by Jason Atherton serving a beautiful modern-British menu. City Social also houses a relaxed bar, Social 24, offering cocktails inspired by the famous London landmarks that can be spotted from the panoramic view. The CISO dinner discussion will be hosted in the private dining suite.


City Social is centrally located in London just a few minutes walking from Liverpool station in the impressive Tower 42. The tower, designed by Richard Seifert and engineered by Pell Frischmann, is located at 25 Old Broad Street in the ward of Cornhill. It was built by John Mowlem & Co between 1971 and 1980, first occupied in 1980, and formally opened on 11 June 1981 by Queen Elizabeth II.

City Social, Tower 42
25 Old Broad Street
London EC2N 1HQ

Closest tube stations
Bank tube station: 5 minutes walk
Liverpool Street tube station: 7 minutes walk.
Aldgate tube station: 7 min walk

Closest train stations
Liverpool Street train station: 7 minutes walk.
London Bridge Station: 10-15 minutes drive

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