World’s Leading CISOs and Cyber Security Professionals meet in London

CISOs from HSBC, Canon, GSK, and Publicis talk GDPR, lessons businesses can learn from the military and more

The fourth annual IT Security Analyst & CISO Forum Debates will take place this year in London on the 2nd  May at No 4 Hamilton Place from 2pm-6pm.  

This unique event consists of four panels -- debate sessions made up of some of the UK's top CISOs from HSBC, GSK, Canon, Publicis Groupe and other global IT Security Association Leaders.

The panels will provide attendees with insight from cybersecurity leaders on: crisis communication in the event of a data breach, military tips for enterprise security, what good security looks like and ways to tackle the cybersecurity skills gap.

The IT Analyst and CISO Forum Debates, in partnership with ISACA London Chapter, is a well-established and invaluable event that will give registered attendees insight on some of the hottest boardroom topics.

“The CISO debates are time well spent. We tackle a broad range of security issues,” said Steve Williamson, director, Risk & ITCP Management, GlaxoSmithKline. “The debate is rich and stimulating as it is fed by many years of collective experience across different industries. I also value the opportunity to network with peers and analysts from different companies.”

Peter Wood, director Emeritus, First Base Technologies, added: “I’ve been privileged to attend and speak at the IT Security and CISO Forum debates for several years. Each event has delivered great speakers providing superb insight and innovative ideas, as well as the opportunity to meet with some of the industry’s leading professionals.”.

Sue Milton, MD, SSM Governance Associates, agreed: “The ‘one-stop/one-size fits all security solution shop’ is a long way off, but insights on what makes solutions more effective can be found at the CISO event, giving professionals direct access to expertise through discussion and debate. Whether a panel or audience member, together we bring the ideal solution that bit closer.”


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