Tuesday 13th July 2021, 16:00 (BST)

Winning budget as a CISO for 2022 and beyond

  • Turning security into a business enabler for your “internal customers”
  • Translating the Board and organisation’s priorities into budgeted security developments
  • Are InfoSec Leaders guilty of inflating the cyber threat in order to win budget?

Your host:

Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile. 

Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences and corporate events, both in-person and online,  is a  TEDX contributor and is host of her own multiple award winning podcast series.


Lee Whatford, Chief Information Security Officer, Domino’s Pizza

I am an outcome focussed Information Risk and Security Leader with more than two decades of experience in strategic, operational, advisory and technical leadership roles for blue-chip organisations across multiple sectors.

I hold current ISACA CISM and CRISC certifications, am a founding partner of the South East Cyber Resilience Center, and sit on the international board of advisors for the EC Council.

I also offer strategic advisory services to start up and growth phase cyber security businesses and am open to NED opportunities.


I design and implement information security and risk management strategies that transform organisational maturity and capability; combining deep strategy, policy and stakeholder management skills with extensive technical, operational and programme delivery expertise to drive and embed change into large, complex organisations.


I specialise the in the design, build, operation and transformation of Security Monitoring and Incident Response Capability. From design and implementation strategy to running major security incidents I ensure People, Process and Technology are aligned to effectively and efficiently protect company assets against known and unknown threats.


I ensure engagement in security vision and strategy at senior executive level, drawing on my extensive business management and consultancy background to work closely with senior and technical management teams of global organisations. A skilled leader of multi-disciplinary internal, offshored and outsourced teams, I am highly effective in stabilising and improving security teams by providing focus, direction and leadership, especially leading teams through significant periods of transition.

Matt Hardy, Chief Information Security Officer, OMNIO

Security leader with 20+ Years of Directing International Security Programmes for Multi-Billion Pound Organisations.
My passion for building high-integrity information security and cybersecurity programmes has enabled me to be trusted to lead teams of security experts for Three Ireland, Synthomer PLC, IntelliQA, Huawei, BT, and other large organisations. I specialise in developing strategy, policy creation, vendor relations, and employee education to reduce enterprise exposure to online and offline risk.

Garry Scobie, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, The University of Edinburgh

Garry is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and ITIL Expert. He regularly presents on computer security, including sessions on: Ransomware, Mobile Security and Cyber in the Movies. Prior to this he was responsible for Microsoft Windows server infrastructure and Active Directory. He has a particular interest in vulnerability assessment, penetration testing and promoting security awareness.

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