By registering for teissR3 | Resilience, Response and Recovery Online Summit 2020 you gain immediate access to all the sessions below.
Tuesday 15th September 2020

The power of hindsight and foresight when determining the longevity of Resilience

Presentation

  • How mega trends aren’t that mega, and black swan events can and should be anticipated.
  • Looking back at COVID19 and other major incidents to determine predicative analysis
  • How risk and resilience professionals need to shift our focus going forward

by Sarah Armstrong-Smith, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft Show Profile

10:05

What does the “new normal” for Risk and Resilience professionals look like?

Panel discussion

  • How has industry been adapting to the ongoing pandemic?  How have Boards had to change in response to the ongoing pandemic, and how is this changing the role of Risk management?
  • Developing a strategy with thresholds for maximum tolerable disruption in the “new normal”
  • From analysis to significant change – taking which positives forward into future planning?
  • Diversifying or consolidating your organisation’s supply chain?

by Sarah Armstrong-Smith, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft Show Profile

by Michelle Griffey, Chief Risk Officer, Communisis Show Profile

by Suman Ziaullah, Head of Technology, Resilience and Cyber Specialist Supervision, Financial Conduct Authority Show Profile

by Fredrik Forslund, Vice President, Enterprise & Cloud Erasure Solutions, Blancco Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

Automating breach response and recovery and avoiding unforeseen outages as you update your Incident Response playbooks for a work-from-home world

Presentation

  • How does effective Discovery, Security and Service aid automated Response & Recovery
  • Strategies for dealing with the explosion of complexity, endpoints and locations in a post-COVID-19 world
  • The Day Zero state and how even one variable can create challenges

by David Shepherd, Vice President PreSales (EMEA), Ivanti Show Profile

16:05

How do you plan for the human responses in your Incident Response plan?

Panel discussion

  • Advice on supporting colleagues’ resilience remotely whilst the organisation undergoes a crisis
  • Best practice in communicating, internally, externally, and remotely, during your Incident Response
  • Understanding psychological impact of the COVID-19 disruption on your workforce, and planning for the future

by Keil Hubert, Head of Security Awareness & Training, OCC Show Profile

by David Gordon, Global Crisis Management Lead, Standard Life Aberdeen Show Profile

by David Shepherd, Vice President PreSales (EMEA), Ivanti Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session Close

17:30
Wednesday 16th September 2020

Find, fix and reduce breach impact – what makes for a successful insider resilience strategy?

Presentation

  • Understanding a new wave of human activated threat
  • Why existing approaches to insider risk can no longer cope
  • Exploiting technology to empower technologies and prevent breaches

by Fahim Afghan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Egress Show Profile

10:05

“How resilient are our people?” Measuring resilience and productivity during a crisis

Panel discussion

  • How to maintain staff morale and energy levels throughout an ongoing crisis
  • Practical advice for building your people’s resilience remotely
  • What metrics or indicators do you use to assess resilience and productivity during an ongoing crisis?

by Michael Suffield, Head of Resilience & Crisis Management, Direct Line Group Show Profile

by Carmel Somers, Organisational Psychologist / Human Capital Strategist, Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet Show Profile

by Jeremy Swinfen Green, Editor-in-Chief, teiss Show Profile

by Fahim Afghan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Egress Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

Cyber Resilience – Accelerate your Cyber Recovery capability via Automation

Presentation

  • Reduce the human effort and extended recovery time experienced during the recovery from a cyber event by automating physical and virtual server recoveries from vaulted copies of your critical infrastructure
  • 24 x 7 x 365 testing providing a real-time view of your critical business service’s readiness to recover from a Data Corruption or Cyber Event; and
  • Enable the ability to automate the recovery of individual servers, business applications and groups of business applications that constitute critical front to back business or critical customer journey

by Duncan Blain, Business Process Resilience, DRaaS and Cyber Recovery SME, IBM Show Profile

12:05

Avoiding counter-productive behaviour and extensive data loss during your Response & Recovery – reducing the business impact from a cyber incident

Panel discussion

  • How are people affected by stress during a response to an incident, and can decision making be automated to avoid overreactions?
  • Reducing the recovery time and measuring your organisation’s recovery from stress
  • Identifying and mitigating changing behaviours and attitudes to security hygiene

by Sarah Janes, Specialist in Culture & Behaviours in Security, Layer8 Show Profile

by Keavy Murphy, Manager of Cyber Risk & Compliance, Cambridge Mobile Telematics Show Profile

by Duncan Blain, Business Process Resilience, DRaaS and Cyber Recovery SME, IBM Show Profile

12:30

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

13:00

Session Close

13:30

Mimicking human intuition: The Cyber AI Analyst

Presentation

  • Alongside the rise of today’s dynamic workforce, the speed and scale of sophisticated cyber-attacks is rapidly increasing.
  • As the cybersecurity industry continues to endure an ongoing skills shortage, over-worked and under-resourced teams urgently need augmentation in order to defend against evolving, sophisticated threats.
  • To meet this challenge, AI needed to be taught to think like a cybersecurity analyst – and now automated investigation and triage is helping to uplift and augment human teams across the globe.

by Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Techonology, Darktrace Show Profile

16:05

Threat trends in a post-COVID-19 world: Countering new developed threats that put your recovery at risk

Panel discussion

  • Securing newly implemented remote working practices and ensuring continuity of critical security functions
  • Understanding and mitigating the new risks to your organisation’s information security
  • Securing the remote workforce and preparing for the changing workforce dynamic post-COVID-19

by Tee Patel, vCISO, Ion Oak Security Show Profile

by A Senior Representative (confirmed), NCSC Show Profile

by Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Techonology, Darktrace Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
Thursday 17th September 2020

Designing and implementing an enterprise-wide cyber resilience framework

Presentation

  • Building a cyber resilience programme to ensure business continuity now and in the future
  • Communicating with and getting buy-in from the Board
  • What metrics or indicators could be used to assess progress?

by Ruth King, EMEA Resilience Lead, Control Risks Show Profile

10:05

Leading enterprise cyber resilience in a post-pandemic world

Panel discussion

  • Embedding cyber security as part of your post-pandemic operations, and addressing privacy concerns of customer data
  • Ensuring a “security-first” approach to upskilling teams, with on-demand, targeted awareness raising.
  • Mapping your people’s readiness to the risks your organisation face

by Ruth King, EMEA Resilience Lead, Control Risks Show Profile

by Nick Harris, Global Head of Information Security, Oxford University Press Show Profile

by Andrew Lintell, Vice President & Managing Director, EMEA, FireMon Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

Has your COVID-19 response broken data compliance regulations and left you open to new threats?

Presentation

  • Which of your “new” processes might be non-compliant and requiring attention?
  • How does the new hybrid working environment impact the IT security team and your operations?
  • How should IT security officers manage sensitive information on-prem, in the cloud and in home offices at the same time?

by Fredrik Forslund, Vice President, Enterprise & Cloud Erasure Solutions, Blancco Show Profile

16:05

Risk & Resilience leaders’ legal briefing – compliance in a post-COVID-19 world

Panel discussion

  • Where might compliance have been at risk during the COVID-19 crisis?
  • Monitoring compliance and avoiding conflicts of interest in a remote workforce
  • Maintaining audit and compliance in a new era of networking

by Rocio de la Cruz, Principal Associate, Gowling WLG Show Profile

by Dan Whitehead, Senior Associate, Privacy & Cybersecurity, Hogan Lovells Show Profile

by Michael Owen, Cyber Consulting Director, Mishcon de Reya LLP Show Profile

by Mary Kirwan, Financial crime and cyber security specialist Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
Friday 18th September 2020

Best endeavours: How to prove that your organisation’s efforts to prevent cyber incidents are sufficient

Presentation

  • Defining a clear and comprehensives cyber resilience framework and cyber governance strategy
  • What constitutes “evidence” of your cyber security efforts to regulators and insurers?
  • What external communication messages to clients, customers and the public are necessary to prove cyber security?

by Kevin Fielder, Chief Information Security Officer, Just Eat Show Profile

10:05

Navigating the Next Normal: Lessons learned managing a SOC during a global pandemic

Panel discussion

  • How did businesses maintain continuity and operational efficiency, and what information was most critical to making operational decisions during the pandemic?
  • How have the changes made during the pandemic helped to accelerate business transformation as we transition into the next normal?
  • What does the SOC of the future look like and what role will security play in ensuring business continuity and efficiency into the future?

by Kevin Fielder, Chief Information Security Officer, Just Eat Show Profile

by Tim Willis, EMEA Account Director, Dataminr Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

How to Respond and Recover before your Resilience breaks

Presentation

  • How to speed up Response and Recovery?
  • How to keep you focus and lower resource load?
  • How to prioritise and most importantly where to start?

by Boris Cipot, Senior Security Engineer, Synopsys Show Profile

12:05

Measuring your organisation’s cyber resilience – which metrics help you evaluate your posture?

Panel discussion

  • What are the benefits and challenges of measuring your changing cyber resilience over time?
  • How do you identify and priorities areas for improvement, before your resilience is broken?
  • Overcoming communication challenges around the need to measure and respond to your cyber resilience weaknesses

by Ben Lindgreen, Head of Cyber Resilience, Pay.UK Show Profile

by Andy Giles, Head of Security & Resilience Centre of Excellence, Nationwide Building Society Show Profile

by Boris Cipot, Senior Security Engineer, Synopsys Show Profile

12:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

13:00

Session close

13:30
Monday 21st September 2020

Security leadership in the time of COVID-19

Presentation

  • COVID-19 has massively accelerated the adoption of cloud and new ways of working outside our traditional offices. We must now more than ever push to be the trailblazers within the company and not the laggards chasing or even hindering progress.
  • How do we know we’re doing this right? How do we know we’re measuring the right things? Delivering on the right priorities? The world has changed.
  • Remote working in the age of COVID has changed the threat landscape and security culture and behaviours are changing with it.

by Ben King, Chief Security Officer - EMEA, Okta Show Profile

10:05

Maintaining a remote cyber resilient culture; onboarding and reducing security vulnerabilities

Panel discussion

  • How should security, resilience and business continuity teams and plans adapt their communication to build and maintain a cyber resilient culture?
  • What different challenges do organisations face with remote onboarding in a work-from-home world, and what approaches can be used to reduce potential security vulnerabilities
  • Should organisations ensure that the business-as-usual solutions from their pandemic response become part of their resilience culture?

by Denis Onuoha, Chief Information Security Officer, Arqiva Show Profile

by Michelle Marx, Resilience & Business Continuity Manager, Transport for London Show Profile

by Ben King, Chief Security Officer - EMEA, Okta Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

Zero Trust: Great idea, but what’s next?

Presentation

  • What is Zero Trust?
  • Why does it help?
  • How to get started?

by Richard Archdeacon, Advisory CISO, EMEA, Duo Security Show Profile

16:05

Avoiding attacks and breaches with Zero Trust security: Identifying and minimising the barriers to successful implementation

Panel discussion

  • Communicating the need and the savings effectively; where can a Zero Trust approach reduce costs and maximise efficiencies?
  • Where are the main challenges in deploying a Zero Trust approach? Users; devices; applications; and data storage?
  • Internal communication strategies to overcome resistance to change

 

by Donald Freese, Principal - Advisory Cybersecurity, Implementation & Operations, PwC Show Profile

by Andrew Aken, CIO/vCISO, DocDrew LLC Show Profile

by Richard Archdeacon, Advisory CISO, EMEA, Duo Security Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
Tuesday 22nd September 2020

Cloud security, cyber risk measurement and resilience through economic modelling

Presentation

  • Cloud security for risk reduction
  • Cyber risk measurement and optimal security model
  • Economic modelling for cyber resilience

by Dr Keyun Ruan, Head of Security, Risk & Compliance, Google Cloud Show Profile

10:05

What does an effective cyber resilience strategy for a cloud-only world look like?

Panel discussion

  • How to introduce resilience early into your cloud security posture, or cloud transformation strategy
  • What metrics to use to measure resiliency in your cloud environments
  • Cyber-resilience considerations across the Cloud-to-Thing Continuum

by Dr Keyun Ruan, Head of Security, Risk & Compliance, Google Cloud Show Profile

by Prof. Theo Lynn, Professor of Digital Business, DCU Business School Show Profile

by Matt Irvine, Head of Cloud Sales – UK&I, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

Cyber Resilience – How to bring Security & Resilience together

Presentation

  • Identify the risks, protect applications and data and rapidly recover IT
  • Fast, reliable and scalable recovery from cyber attacks
  • Mitigate the impact of IT disruption with an operational resilience strategy

by Felicity March, Cyber Resilience Specialist, Europe Infrastructure Services, IBM Show Profile

14:05

The inquest: Acknowledging your own responsibility for cyber resilience

Panel discussion

  • Addressing the ‘post-event fallout’ and how it impacts different roles
  • Highlighting the many pain points of an ill-prepared organisation
  • Determining where the responsibility belongs to all involved

by Colm OKeeffe, Head of Business Resiliency, Barings Show Profile

by Felicity March, Cyber Resilience Specialist, Europe Infrastructure Services, IBM Show Profile

14:45

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

15:00

Session close

15:30

Is any breach completely preventable for very little money?

Presentation

  • How Business and IT process impacts security requirements.
  • What actually causes most breaches.
  • How upstream engagement and prevention can reduce Detection and Response workload.

by Greg van der Gaast, Head of Information Security, University of Salford Show Profile

16:05

Incident Response planning – effectively running phishing tests and crisis simulations remotely without destroying trust

Panel discussion

  • Trust is hard to build and easy to lose, but does this undermine your Incident Response planning?
  • Alternative approaches to traditional tests and simulations to maintain and build trust
  • How to plan your cyber incident response exercises and crisis simulations remotely

by Vicki Gavin, The Cyber Coach™, The Cyber Rescue Alliance Show Profile

by Greg van der Gaast, Head of Information Security, University of Salford Show Profile

by JJ Cranford, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OpenText Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
Wednesday 23rd September 2020

Measuring resilience in your supply chain – Who to trust and how to check?

Presentation

  • Leading due diligence on new suppliers in the supply chain
  • Evaluating the implications of supplier failures on your organisation
  • Validation of key suppliers’ continuity planning and the resulting risk to your organisation

by Tom Holloway, Principal Resilience Consultant, Sungard Availability Services Show Profile

10:05

3rd Party risk assessments – how your pre-COVID-19 risk assessments aren’t reliable for trusting new suppliers

Panel discussion

  • Adjusting your assessments for new organisational priorities
  • Validating your key suppliers’ and partners’ Business Continuity Planning and security controls
  • What to do with a vendor that doesn’t meet your standards?

by Nish Gopal, Cybersecurity: Governance, Risk and Compliance SME, NMG Cybersecurity Consulting Show Profile

by Ben de la Salle, CEO and Founder, ICA Consultancy Ltd Show Profile

by Tom Holloway, Principal Resilience Consultant, Sungard Availability Services Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

How to harness the power of AI to streamline the security of your business

Presentation

  • Cyberattacks are increasing in sheer volume and sophistication, and legacy human-led defences are no longer effective.
  • Businesses should be focusing on endpoint protection while making use of AI and machine learning technologies.
  • Security teams are being pushed to the brink as they respond to rapid changes in the threat landscape, the regulatory landscape and changes in the economy.

by Roger Sels, Vice President Solutions - EMEA, Blackberry Show Profile

14:05

Ensuring a balance between AI and human involvement; working towards a correct approach to Risk Management & Business Continuity

Panel discussion

  • Using your humans to monitor risks in algorithmic bias and programming errors
  • AI & Data Protection:  The need for explainability and the role of humans in performing ongoing monitoring.
  • Where are the potential reputational risks for organisations who use AI without human intervention in sensitive areas?

by Federica Maria Rita Livelli, Business Continuity & Risk Management Consultant Show Profile

by Jeremy Swinfen Green, Editor-in-Chief, teiss Show Profile

by Roger Sels, Vice President Solutions - EMEA, Blackberry Show Profile

14:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

15:00

Session close

15:30

How is your cyber risk profile changing in a post-COVID-19 world?

Presentation

  • Designing controls for key operating areas taking place remotely
  • Striking a secure balance in data security in the shift towards new ways of working
  • Re-evaluating your cyber risk profile and how to recover effectively

by Chris Butler, Principal Consultant Risk, Resilience & Security, Sungard Availability Services Show Profile

16:05

After your COVID-19 Response: Rewriting your Incident Response playbooks for a remote work world

Panel discussion

  • Adapting your crisis and incident response solutions to counter risks faced by remote working colleagues
  • Ensuring that your updated playbooks are followed by responders and the wider workforce
  • Exploring your Incident Response and improving your recovery

by Bernard Swierczyna, Director, First Ireland Risk Management Show Profile

by Gerard Kerrigan, Pen Test Partners Show Profile

by Chris Butler, Principal Consultant Risk, Resilience & Security, Sungard Availability Services Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
Thursday 24th September 2020

How robust is your organisation’s cyber resilience?

Presentation

  • Discover the key business continuity challenges facing global businesses;
  • How have organisations have weathered these challenges?”
  • See how you can harness the power of the zero-trust type solutions to re-imagine remote working

by Michael Tremante, Product Manager, Cloudflare Show Profile

10:05

Developing informal cyber risk communication from your remote colleagues

Panel discussion

  • How to ensure that informal, office-based, concerns are passed to your security team remotely
  • Implementing team focused tools and techniques to improve communication and collaboration
  • Unifying remote teams through visibility and shifting to a “cloud only” position

by Michael Jenkins MBE, Chief Information Security Officer, Brunel University Show Profile

by Ben Aung, Executive Vice President & Global Chief Information Security Officer, Sage Show Profile

by Michael Tremante, Product Manager, Cloudflare Show Profile

10:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

11:00

Session close

11:30

94% of cyber-attacks start with an email – How resilient is your Endpoint Protection Solution?

Presentation

  • The traditional security perimeter is disappearing, being replaced by border-less workplaces where data roams freely among cloud, network and endpoint applications.
  • This new paradigm entails a widening of the attack surfaces too, leaving organisations exposed to data breaches and cyber-attacks that most probably started with an email.
  • Will your Endpoint Protection solution prevent the most complex, damaging attacks that your organisation might face these days?

by Gethin Jones, Beyond the Perimeter Security Architect, Check Point Software Technologies Show Profile

16:05

Developing an incident response plan for 3rd party and critical suppliers

Panel discussion

  • Assess the visibility of supply chain risk and the mitigation processes that are in place
  • Decision making and communication with the board on the risks and mitigating steps
  • Building continuity plans that outline alternative suppliers to maintain critical service

by Gina Dollard, Head of Security Operations, AIB Show Profile

by Marc Avery, Chief Information Security Officer & Founder, Cyber Chain Alliance Show Profile

by Richard Absalom, Senior Research Analyst, Information Security Forum Show Profile

16:20

Attendee roundtables

Private rooms for attendees to meet and continue the discussion with the panellists

17:00

Session close

17:30
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