During these unprecedented times, a large number of organisations had to shift their business operations from a traditional office-based environment to a remote working environment.
Whilst remote working has provided employees with the opportunity to operate with agility and flexibility, accessing business systems and information remotely, this has been against the backdrop of increased threat activity in the cyberspace.
In this session, our guest speakers will be discussing how businesses have needed to adapt to the new environment and the lessons they have learned to improve their business operations going forward.
About our speakers
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive, ISF
Steve Durbin is the Chief Executive of the Information Security Forum (ISF). His main areas of focus include strategy, information technology, cyber security and the emerging security threat landscape across both the corporate and personal environments. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on technology and security issues.
Nick Frost, Principal Consultant, ISF
Nick’s career in cyber security spanning nearly 20 years. Most recently, Nick has held leadership roles at PwC as Group Head of Information Risk and at the Information Security Forum (ISF) as Principal Consultant. Nick first embarked on a career in the Oil and Gas Industry and then switched over to ‘internet security’ in the late 90’s pioneering the design and implementation of early network security technologies. Nicks combined experience as a cyber risk researcher and practitioner designing and implementing risk-based solutions places him as a leading cyber risk expert.
Steve Moran, Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance Manager, Next
As the Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance manager at Next, Steve is responsible for developing the Information Security Strategy, managing and reporting Information Security risk, and delivering the Information Security Programme for the executive board of directors.
Jonathan Lloyd White, CISO, International Airlines Group
Jonathan became the Chief Information Security Office of International Airlines Group in 2019 where he has direct responsibility for the cybersecurity of British Airway, Iberia, Aer Lingus, Vueling, Avios and other IAG operating companies.
Meet our sponsors
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