About the conference
ESET, the largest EU based IT security vendor, would like to invite you to join like-minded business owners and professionals for a round-table discussion on Thursday 25th April 2019. The event will take place under the Chatham House Rule, offering you the opportunity to have an open and honest discussion.
The event will be taking place at the Royal Society, overlooking the Mall and St James’s Park. The UK’s and Commonwealth’s Academy of Sciences is the oldest national scientific institution in the world. This learned society recognises excellence in science, providing scientific advice for policy, fostering international and global co-operation, education and public engagement.
Jonathan Darby, Head of Cyber Growth & Innovation for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, will moderate the round table discussions, sharing his knowledge and experience.
Topics for discussion
The security matters discussed will cover the topic of cyber insurance, however, discussions will be largely governed by those in attendance.
- Educating your team so they can become your strongest defence against security risks
- Is your cyber hygiene efficient and healthy enough to deter threats?
- Making decisions and developing agile management of risks for resilience
- How to develop resilient risk management solutions
Why you should attend?
By attending this event you will:
- Discuss what other peers and professionals are using when it comes to cyber insurance
- Learn what issues also keep you and your peers awake at night
- Meet other professionals and understand how they have approached their challenges
- Exchange and discuss innovative ideas in a safe environment where the Chatham House Rule is respected and reinforced
- Access agnostic expert advice from leaders in cyber security
- Professional discussions and valuable networking opportunities
- Have a greater clarity of the cyber threat landscape
- Move forward with a refreshed understanding of your challenges and how to address them
The outcomes you will benefit from:
11:00 - 11:15
Introductions over coffee
11:15 - 12:45
Welcome by roundtable moderator,
Round table discussions governed by Chatham House Rule
12:45 - 14:00
Lunch & discussions continue
One of the Royal Society's curators will be offering a tour of the Society’s world-class library and archives after lunch.
6–9 Carlton Terrace,, London, London, SW1Y 5AG, United Kingdom
We are delighted to welcome the following speakers to our next Security Days event:
Jake MooreCyber Security Specialist, ESET UK
Jake Moore is a Cyber Security Specialist for ESET. He previously worked for Dorset Police spanning 14 years primarily investigating computer crime in the Digital Forensics Unit. Within law enforcement powers, he learnt how to retrieve digital evidence from all devices whilst learning all sorts of ways to ethically break security in order to help protect innocent victims of crime.
Mark JamesCyber Security Specialist, ESET UK
With 25 years experience in computing, Mark James has been at the forefront of ESET UK’s technical support since its arrival in the UK. Passionate about educating users in the pitfalls of computing, Mark provides security related comments and insight to UK media, runs ESET’s product education courses for UK channel partners as well as speaking at conferences and other events
Jonathan DarbyHead of Cyber Growth & Innovation for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Jonathan Darby, Head of Cyber Growth & Innovation for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, will moderate the roundtable discussions, sharing his knowledge and experience.
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