Virtual Event

Virtual CISO 360 Laptop Lunch Discussion
Thursday 28 May 2020
12.30-14.00 British Summer Time (BST)

“For Your Eyes Only” – Managing and securing data in a changed post GDPR world

*There is no cost to attend for in-house practitioners, CISOS, CDOs, CIOs… Places are limited to 15 guests for this event to maintain the focus of the discussion and the participation of all guests. Confirmations will therefore be done on a ‘first to confirm’ basis. 

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You are invited to attend this roundtable discussion that will be hosted during lunchtime on Thursday 28 May, from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

During the discussion you will benchmark experiences with CISO and DPO peers on how we can build and develop confidence in the security and privacy of data – as we contemplate where we are 2 years on following the recent anniversary of GDPR! Hosted by Pulse Conferences, sponsored by Netwrix, the core objective of this discussion is to connect peers for an energetic debate on the practical approaches, realities, challenges and successes. All participants are encouraged to contribute throughout for this digital face to face benchmarking event.

Some of the comparative views that are sure to emerge around the virtual lunch table include questions such as:

  • What are the kinds of data security and privacy measures for homeworking that we are now using? What does this mean in practical terms?
  • What does a best practice security risk assessment look like?
  • How can we secure critical information on unsecured networks and devices?
  • How can we mitigate the risk of data theft by furloughed or departing employees? Are we ready for an increase in DSARs? How can we enhance our data governance practices?
  • How is our insider threat detection programme changing?
  • As we adapt our usual approaches during this extraordinary period, how can we ensure that, two years on, our preparations for GDPR and data security do not slide

Conducted under The Chatham House Rule, this discussion will be co-chaired by a fellow CISO alongside senior strategists from Netwrix. Lesley Holmes, Data Protection Officer at MHR International will share her experiences on recent data security and privacy challenges and approaches within the insurance sector.

Please see the approximate timings below for this very special event – a unique opportunity to compare.  If you can accept, kindly reply using the button above to confirm your place at the virtual table.

We look forward to seeing you on 28 May for what promises to be a memorable and entertaining discussion with peers!

Yours sincerely,

Team Pulse

Timings
The agenda is relatively fluid given that all participants will be expected to contribute – everyone is a speaker! The below agenda is a guidance.

12:30 – 12:40 Digital House-Keeping and Guest Welcome
Master of Ceremonies: Clive Room, Director, Pulse ConferencesIntroduction to the topic
CISO Co-chairperson: Graham Edwards, Head of Cyber Security, Yorkshire Water
Strategist Co-chairperson:
Matt Middleton-Leal, GM EMEA & APAC, Netwrix Corporation
12:40 – 13:55 Discussion: Managing and securing data in a vastly changed post GDPR world
All participants are encouraged to be visible contributing to the discussion throughout, with live polling, questions and chat available throughout.

  • What are the kinds of data security and privacy measures for homeworking that we are now using? What does this mean in practical terms?
  • What does a best practice security risk assessment look like?
  • How can we secure critical information on unsecured networks and devices?
  • How can we mitigate the risk of data theft by furloughed or departing employees? Are we ready for an increase in DSARs? How can we enhance our data governance practices?
  • How is our insider threat detection programme changing?
  • As we adapt our usual approaches during this extraordinary period, how can we ensure that, two years on, our preparations for GDPR and data security do not slide

Co-Chaired by: Graham Edwards, Head of Cyber Security, Yorkshire Water and Matt Middleton-Leal, GM EMEA & APAC, Netwrix
Speaker insights: Lesley
Holmes, Data Protection Officer, MHR International
Go to Speakers: Marcus Alldrick, CISO/DPO Luminary and Jonathan Armstrong, Partner, Cordery
All Participating Guests – Everyone is a Speaker!

 

12:55 – 14:00 Summaries and Networking
CISO Co-chairman: Graham Edwards, Head of Cyber Security, Yorkshire Water
Master of Ceremonies: Clive Room, Director, Pulse Conferences
 

Master of Ceremonies

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. 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. Clive is proud to be a part of the dynamic team bringing CISO 360 Congress to the marketplace as a game changer in cybersecurity events.

Co-Chairpersons

Graham Edwards, Head of Cyber Security, Yorkshire Water

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. Graham is currently Interim Head of Cyber Security at Yorkshire Water. He has a master’s degree in Information Security from Royal Holloway.

Matt Middleton-Leal, GM EMEA & APAC, Netwrix Corporation

With 22 years spent working in the security industry, Matt brings significant experience to his role at Netwrix. He has worked for many organisations, specialising in areas such as risk management, identity and access management, application, network and database security. Matt most recently held the position of V.P. Northern Europe at CyberArk Software, where is oversaw significant growth in the privilege account security market in his regions. Prior to CyberArk he held the position of Business unit executive at IBM Security Systems. Matt joined IBM from CA where he had spent six years, working on their largest information security projects. Matt is a CISSP® – Certified Information Systems Security Professional.

Speaker insights

Lesley Holmes, Data Protection Officer, MHR International

DPO and formerly an Information Management and Governance Consultant with vast experience of the practical and pragmatic application of data protection law in a wide variety of organisations.  Enthusiastic advocate of the right to privacy, thought provoker and speaker.

‘Go To’ Speakers

Marcus Alldrick, Digital Risk Management, Security and Compliance Advisor

Born at a very early age and growing up in a culture where cyber was a prefix for anything automated, menacing and malevolent (how history has a tendency of repeating itself), Marcus entered the world of Data Processing as it was known back then after graduating from university.  Progressing from programming into analysis and then data architecture Marcus became the first devolved Information Risk and Security Manager for Barclaycard.  After seven years in that role he moved banks and became Head of Information Security for Abbey National plc, now Santander UK.  After six years at Abbey and a move into consulting for a large UK utilities company Marcus joined KPMG as a Principal Advisor.  Eighteen months later he joined Lloyd’s of London as its CISO and subsequently became its Head of Digital Risk Management and Compliance, also embracing responsibility for data protection and privacy, during his 10 years tenure there. Having worked in IT for over 40 years, specialising in information risk, protection, security and compliance for the latter 27 years or so, Marcus decided to leave full-time corporate life and move to the South Coast of England in mid-2017, ever the seafaring Fisherman’s Friend.  As well as being a proud member of the Pulse Conferences family, Marcus now provides pro bono advisory and volunteering services and is a guest lecturer at the University of Portsmouth.

Jonathan Armstrong, Partner, Cordery
Jonathan is an experienced lawyer with a concentration on technology and compliance. His practice includes advising multinational companies on matters involving risk, compliance and technology across Europe. He has handled legal matters in more than 60 countries involving emerging technology, corporate governance, ethics code implementation, reputation, internal investigations, marketing, branding and global privacy policies. Jonathan has counselled a range of clients on breach prevention, mitigation and response. He has also been particularly active in advising multi-national corporations on their response to the UK Bribery Act 2010 and its inter-relationship with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Jonathan is one of three co-authors of the LexisNexis definitive work on technology law, “Managing Risk: Technology & Communications”. He is a frequent broadcaster for the BBC and other channels and appeared on BBC News 24 as the studio guest on the Walport Review. In addition to being a lawyer, Jonathan is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing. He has spoken at conferences in the U.S., Canada, China, Brazil, Singapore, Vietnam, the Middle East and across Europe. Jonathan qualified as a lawyer in the UK in 1991 and has focused on technology, risk and governance matters for more than 20 years. In April 2017 Thomson Reuters listed Jonathan as the 6th most influential figure in risk, compliance and fintech in the UK. Jonathan was ranked as the 14th most influential figure in data security worldwide by Onalytica in their 2016 Data Security Top 100 Influencers and Brands Survey.

About the Sponsor

Netwrix is a software company that enables information security and governance professionals to reclaim control over sensitive, regulated and business-critical data, regardless of where it resides. Over 10,000 organisations worldwide rely on Netwrix solutions to secure sensitive data, realise the full business value of enterprise content, pass compliance audits with less effort and expense, and increase the productivity of IT teams and knowledge workers. Founded in 2006, Netwrix has earned more than 150 industry awards and been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. www.netwrix.com

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