Thank you to everyone who attended our CISO-Zero Trust 360 Dinner Roundtable
Hosted Wednesday 1 March 2023
Aquavit | Stockholm Room
Transitioning to a Positive Security Model with Zero Trust and Micro-Segmentation
Peer to peer sharing on trends, strategies and tactics for Zero Trust and Micro-Segmentation in 2023!
This unique dinner roundtable discussion was hosted at Aquavit, the restaurant for Scandinavian fine-dining near Piccadilly in central London.
Hosted by Pulse Conferences and kindly sponsored by ColorTokens, this group discussion connected peers to discuss and compare approaches to Zero Trust and micro-segmentation.
Zero Trust has progressed beyond hype to become the go to cybersecurity strategy for most organisations. Micro-segmentation is a great first step to robust security, but only if you get it right. Micro-segmentation evolved from a need to secure data centres, applications, and workloads from advanced threats that would breach the perimeter and move laterally without detection. CISO peers discussed lessons learned and the way forward in 2023!
Key discussion points
- Current threat landscape and trends. What have I learned to take forward from 2022?
- Zero Trust strategies that would be critical for 2023
- What do we mean by Zero Trust and Micro-segmentation? What do these approaches involve? What are the pros and cons?
- How can we plan and build resilience?
- Micro-segmentation strategy – what are the benefits and challenges? How would you introduce Micro-segmentation as part of your Zero Trust journey?
The group discussion was conducted under The Chatham House Rule of non-attribution. Pulse Conferences was the host for the evening.
*Please note that the Roundtable is only open to CISOs and senior cybersecurity practitioners who are doing the job of securing the mid to large size organisation where they currently work (rather than for external advisors or providers please).
ColorTokens Inc., a leader in proactive cybersecurity solutions that enable organizations to become cyber resilient. Through our cloud-delivered, frictionless ColorTokens Xtended ZeroTrust PlatformTM, ColorTokens enables businesses to leverage real-time visibility, workload protection, endpoint protection, application security, and zero-trust network access—all while seamlessly integrating with existing security tools. Our solutions are designed for modern distributed environments, and drastically reduce operational complexity and cost of ownership.
Discussion co-steered by a senior strategist from ColorTokens and:
Mark Logsdon, CISO, NHS England (UK)
Mark is Chief Information Security Officer for NHS England having joined from UKHSA (Test and Trace) where he was head of Cyber Assurance and Oversight. With over 30 years of experience in security, Mark has held a number of high profile roles in the public and private sectors. He has a strong business focus seeing security as a business enabler. At every opportunity Mark seeks to manage the needs of business against those of security and risk. Outside of work, Mark works to raise much needed funds for NSPCC Childline. He is a member and former Chair of the WhiteHat Ball Committee which to date has raised over £2M for the NSPCC.
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
Conducted under The Chatham House Rule, the discussion was co-chaired by a leading CISO alongside a senior strategist from ColorTokens. A Director at Pulse Conferences was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
There was no cost to attend.
Places around the table was limited and confirmations was done on a ‘first to confirm’ basis.
Venue and directions
Aquavit London | Stockholm Room
The CISO-Zero Trust 360 Dinner Roundtable will hosted in the private dining room, Stockholm, at Aquavit London. A fresh, new concept that combines inspired signature dishes with sophisticated design, all in a uniquely Nordic style. Situated in the recently re-developed St James’s Market in central London. Well established in New York (two Michelin stars) and Tokyo – where the experience modernises traditional Nordic ingredients and cooking processes served as a fine dining experience – the recently opened central London branch, in St James’s Market, has taken a more contemporary approach that focuses on serving a mix of dishes to celebrate the region’s diverse fare.