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Identity needs to be treated as the cornerstone of all security; it provides the foundation for all application access, data access, technical controls and policy – and should take centre stage in your cyber strategy.

Our inaugural Cyber Forum taking place on Wednesday 1st May will focus on identity solutions and explore the threats and opportunities facing businesses.

Guest Speakers

We are delighted to be joined by some leading industry experts who will share their insights, knowledge and expertise with our audience.

Paul Risk CTO & Co-Founder, Ignition Technology
Paul specialises in the discovery and adoption of innovative, market-leading, next-generation IT security and networking solutions. Paul’s presentation will explore and demystify many of the ‘3 letter acronyms’ that exist in the security landscape and explain the benefits and relevance of them: IAM, PAM, SSO, MFA, IGA.

Neil Kell, Director of Evolve Secure Solutions
One of the UK’s leading security advisors, Neil operates at Board level as a strategic security resource for several government and commercial sector customers. He acts on behalf of these organisations in negotiations with policy setters including the Cabinet Office and NCSC. Neil was one of the first security professionals in the UK to achieve the Lead SIRA designation under NCSC’s Certified Professional Scheme and was awarded Fellowship of the Institute of Consulting in recognition of his strategic security work for the UK Government.

Agenda

10.00am  Registration & Refreshments
10.30am  Welcome & Introductions, CSI Overview – Scotty Morgan
10.45am  Identity and the new Perimeter – Paul Risk
11.10am  Cyber Advisory Services – Neil Kell
11.30am  Group Discussion – ALL (moderated by Neil Kell)
13.00pm  Tour of CSI’s Cyber Security Centre – Leyton Jefferies
13.15pm  Networking Lunch
14.00pm  Depart at leisure

Discussion

This forum is the perfect opportunity to share challenges, ideas and experiences with your peers, which could be vital as you develop or enhance your cyber strategy for 2019. We appreciate the sensitive nature of the content and will, therefore, hold them under ‘Chatham House Rule’ – remarks will not be shared outside the forum.

Here are some areas we’ll look to cover, but input welcome from everyone:

  • Security for IoT
  • Is cyber risk an opportunity or a threat?
  • Client challenges; are you giving cyber the focus it requires?
  • Why it’s important to have a cyber security strategy
  • How practical risk assessment and management supports compliance
Reserve your place

Details

Date:
4th April 2019

Time:
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Venue:
CSI House
2940 Trident Court
Birmingham Business Park
Solihull Parkway
Birmingham
B37 7YN