Andy Jones, Distinguished Analyst at the ISF, spoke at the Special 5th Anniversary of the CISO 360 Congress, 2021.
Andy discussed the age of the cyber weapon, and the cyber attacks we need to prepare for.
Nation-state and ransomware attacks are increasingly sophisticated and can send a modern business back to the age of the typewriter in minutes.
Progressive organisations realise that prevention alone is a doomed strategy. The most cost-effective and pragmatic approach to resilience is to work through high-impact incidents and focus on how to return to normal business as efficiently as possible.
About Andy Jones
Andy is a Distinguished Analyst for the Information Security Forum – a leading authority in cyber security and information risk management. He is currently responsible for research topics associated with industrial controls systems, including the internet of things, and extreme cyber attacks.
As an experienced practitioner, he has previously held CISO positions for Maersk Line, Unilever and Sainsbury’s supermarkets, as well as information security positions in British Airways. In previous roles with the ISF Andy authored many of the ISF thought leadership reports, including the Threat Horizon series, and specialised in legal and regulatory issues.
Andy is also a practitioner advisor to the Research Institute for Sociotechnical Cyber Security – an academic research institute, and a contributing author to the recently published book Cyber Security and Supply Chain Management: Risks, Challenges, and Solutions.
Andy is an experienced speaker, specialising in maritime logistics and transport sectors, and has presented at business and industry events across the globe.
He holds a degree in Physics and Masters in Business Administration, and is a certified security professional.
Bill Blass, Regional Director, UK & Ireland, will be available to discuss how ISF can help you to implement a stronger cyber security strategy with the right tools to ensure business continuity.