Cyber Security Future 2018

July 10th, 2018

Seminar Sessions

Good cyber security hygiene is as important for cyber security as it is to data protection. Training and awareness are critical for your organisation’s staff, protecting your networks with regular monitoring and testing and robust incident management.

Our seminars are designed to help provide you with more certainty, assurance, and guidance for your organisation and help you improve you cyber security.

Seminar Index

 

Title

Speakers

A       

‘A New Era of Cyber Threats: The Shift to Self Learning, Self Defending Networks’                                                                                 

Henry Gorst, Senior Cyber Security Manager, Darktrace

B

Back to IT Security Basics: What’s Getting Lost in All the Buzz

Duncan Innes, Public Sector IT Audit & Compliance Specialist & Peter Smith, Regional Sales Manager - Europe, Netwrix (UK) Limited

C

New technology, Static Security

Professor Steve Furnell, Professor in Information Security, School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science & Engineering), University of Plymouth

D

Security in Depth - Protecting Your IT Environment in the Public Sector

John Hurst and James Burchell, SOPHOS

E

Cyber & Data Security - An Insurance, Legal and Risk Management Perspective

Phil Webster, Gallagher, Executive Director - Education & Hans Allnutt, DAC Beachcroft, Partner and lead of Cyber and Data Risk Team

Seminar A

‘A New Era of Cyber Threats: The Shift to Self Learning, Self Defending Networks’

‘A New Era of Cyber Threats: The Shift to Self Learning, Self Defending Networks’
  • Leveraging machine learning and AI algorithms to defend against advanced, never-seen-before, cyber-threats
  • How new immune system technologies enable you to pre-empt emerging threats and reduce incident response time
  • How to achieve 100% visibility of your entire business including cloud, network and IoT environments
  • Why automation and autonomous response is enabling security teams to neutralize in-progress attacks, prioritise resources, and tangibly lower risk
  • Real-world examples of subtle, unknown threats that routinely bypass traditional controls

Speaker: Henry Gorst, Senior Cyber Security Manager, Darktrace

Seminar B

Back to IT Security Basics: What’s Getting Lost in All the Buzz

Back to IT Security Basics: What’s Getting Lost in All the Buzz

Vendors regularly claim that there’s a new hot IT security problem that only their solution is able to solve. Many organisations make these investments only to see them fall far short of expectations or turn into a constant money drain.

We believe that this happens because the non-stop cybersecurity market hype causes organisations to neglect the most important thing — their unique situation and requirements. In this session, we’ll explain how getting back to IT security basics can help IT leaders achieve tight security on a reasonable budget, by finding solutions that actually work for their organisations.

During our session, we’ll answer the following questions:

  • Are modern cybersecurity budgets spent efficiently?
  • How does IT security market hype get to organisations, and how does it affect their spending?
  • What are the security essentials that so many organisations forget about?
  • How can these cybersecurity essentials help you save money and reduce risks?

Speaker: Duncan Innes, Public Sector IT Audit & Compliance Specialist & Peter Smith, Regional Sales Manager - Europe, Netwrix (UK) Limited

Seminar C

New technology, Static Security

New technology, Static Security

With cyber-crime rates still on the rise, the need for effective security systems has never been greater. This is particularly true within the business world; according to the UK government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017, 46pc of companies suffered a cyber breach in the past 12 months; and nearly three-quarters of UK businesses (74pc) now say that cyber security is a high priority for their senior management.

Modern life is saturated with data, and new technologies are continually emerging – but how can we ensure that security keeps apace with the ongoing change?

This session will explore the ongoing challenges, and seeks to identify the obstacles that are hindering the effective use of security systems alongside established and emerging technologies:

  • Understanding the need for security as an implicit part of adopting new technologies and raising expectations for security across all ranges of technology and information.
  • Developing stronger, more reliable, and more usable security tools;
  • Overcoming the ignorance and misconceptions of the “user” to prevent breaches;
  • Identifying examples of technologies that are advancing the agenda (e.g. biometrics on mobile devices).

Speaker: Professor Steve Furnell, Professor in Information Security, School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science & Engineering), University of Plymouth

Seminar D

Security in Depth - Protecting Your IT Environment in the Public Sector

Security in Depth - Protecting Your IT Environment in the Public Sector

Sophos makes IT security simple with next-generation solutions that protect networks, servers, and devices, wherever they are. Today, more than 100 million users in 150 countries and a global network of channel partners trust Sophos to deliver simple solutions to complex security challenges.

Focused on innovation and backed by a global network of SophosLabs threat intelligence centers and industry-leading support, Sophos delivers solutions that are simple to deploy, maintain, and manage, enabling organisations to focus on performance and growth. Sophos - Cybersecurity made simple.

Speaker: John Hurst and James Burchell, SOPHOS

Seminar E

Cyber & Data Security - An Insurance, Legal and Risk Management Perspective

Cyber & Data Security - An Insurance, Legal and Risk Management Perspective

As insurance and risk advisors to the Public Sector and Education Gallagher provide a session on the cyber and data insurance, legal and risk management issues facing organisations and what the potential solutions look like in practice.

In addition to an overview of the existing and emerging risks facing the sector we will explore real-life scenarios faced, particularly in a post-GDPR world.

In conjunction with DAC Beachcroft we will present a scenario and what the practical implications are and how an organisation would potentially respond utilising both internal and external support.

There will be a particular focus on how the Insurance solutions, now widely available, dovetail into an organisations broader cyber and data security policies and strategies.

Speaker: Phil Webster, Executive Director - Education, Gallagher & Hans Allnutt, Partner and lead of Cyber and Data Risk Team, DAC Beachcroft