You are invited to participate in this unique dinner roundtable discussion hosted at the Beaumont Hotel in Mayfair. Guests will have the opportunity to benchmark challenges and approaches with CISO peers, enabling a holistic view of today’s security operations. Hosted by Pulse Conferences and kindly sponsored by Hunters, this group discussion will connect peers to compare how security teams are being empowered to automate the detection and response to incidents across attack surfaces.
Participate in this unique dinner roundtable discussion hosted at The Savoy in London. Guests will have the opportunity to benchmark approaches to mitigating the risks and vulnerabilities in the Active Directory. Active Directory has become a primary target for advanced cyberattacks and ransomware groups yet it is rarely listed by CISOs protecting it as being a top priority. Given the rapid change that a modern organisation’s architecture can undergoes, Active Directory security hygiene is a complex matter and the growing frequency with which attackers target it means that CISOs can no longer view it as a backburner item. With greater visibility into potential threat paths and exposures, CISOs can enable their security teams to take a more proactive approach before they can escalate their attacks. This roundtable discussion will see CISOs compare experiences and mitigations and what should be considered when evaluating security partners in the beautiful setting of the Savoy!
Join the CISO 360 Dinner Roundtable: Cultivating Developer Security Adoption in the Enterprise. Hosted by Pulse Conferences and kindly sponsored by Snyk, the discussion will be co-steered by a leading CISO practitioner and of course by the roundtable guests themselves. This is the ideal opportunity for CISOs to benchmark their experiences of what works, what doesn’t with CISOs from other organisations in terms of empowering agile development teams with trusted data and insights to rapidly secure open source code. Conducted under The Chatham House Rule, the discussions will be co-chaired by a leading CISO and Simon Maple, Field CTO at Snyk. Pulse will be your host for the evening. Register today!
You are invited to participate in a unique CISO 360 Dinner Roundtable discussion: What does good risk mitigation look like in today's heightened threat environment?
Hosted in a private dining room at One Aldwych, London, this is a great opportunity to benchmark challenges and approaches with CISO peers.
Hosted by Pulse Conferences. kindly sponsored by Qualys, this group discussion will connect peers to compare how security teams are being empowered to automate the detection and response to incidents across attack surfaces. For guests who will arrive directly from the Pulse 4th Cyber Exchange: Talk to the Board Conference at the Waldorf Hotel, the dinner venue is only a 3-minute walk away.
Join Pulse for a CISO-DevOps Exchange where we would like to update and modernise this narrative into one whereby both teams are finding better partners in each other! Each Dinner Roundtable is co-led by a thought leader on DevSecOps, Agile, and Analytics, Larry Maccherone, who prior to joining Contrast Security was the Distinguished Engineer, DevSecOps Transformation at Comcast, where he built and scaled their transformation programme. Hosted by Pulse Conferences and kindly sponsored by Contrast Security, the discussions will be co-led by a fellow practitioner from the region.
Bring a Champion!
As a CISO, this is a unique opportunity to get your dev-ops properly involved in security supporting security governance – invite your champion to dinner directly, or Pulse is happy to invite on your behalf!
As a DevOps champion, involve your CISO in the fast-paced world of development and be secure by design – invite your champion to dinner directly, or Pulse is happy to invite on your behalf!
An Evening of Three Acts!
Act One – Connection. Exchanges. What are our most pressing questions and biggest pain points when dealing with DevOps/Security?
Act Two - Consensus. Handshakes. What are we doing already and what new things may we wish to do in the future?
Act Three - Celebration. Toasts. What are our recent project achievements and what positive 'outcomes' that have come out of the discussion?