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2018 Agenda
(2020 Agenda To Be Announced)

Day 1 – Tuesday, 18 September 2018

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Registration and Light Sandwiches

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

General Session
BP Lecture Theatre

12:30 PM – 12:35 PM

Introduction Remarks by Summit Host
Rick Geritz, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Life Journey

12:35 PM – 12:45 AM

Opening Remarks
Robert D. Rodriguez, Chairman & Founder, SINET

12:45 PM – 1:05 PM

Keynote Address
Ciaran Martin
, Chief Executive Officer, UK National Cyber Security Center

1:05 PM – 1:55 PM

Implementing the GDPR/Breach Notification Directive

Abstract:

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Breach Notification Directive went into effect on May 25, 2018, and the penalties are severe; up to 4% of worldwide turnover or 20 million Euros, whichever is higher. What are the largest impediments to an achieving GDPR compliance and how can innovative solutions improve compliance. How does GDPR support security and security support GDPR today and into the future? How strong will the enforcement of corporations who are not in compliance with this relatively new regulation?

Moderator:

Sue Bateman, Deputy, Data Policy and Governance, DCMS

Panelists:

Elizabeth Denham, UK Information Commissioner
Ben Aung, EVP Chief Information Security Officer, Sage PLC
Steve Collins,
Chief Information Security Officer, William Hill
Chris Somers, Global IT Director, Security Program Operations, The Boston Consulting Group
Neil Thacker, Chief Information Security Officer EMEA & Data Protection Officer, Netskope

2:00 PM – 4:40 PM

Track Sessions
BP Lecture Theatre & Stevenson Lecture Theatre

Track 1: 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

Making Safe Cities Safer Through Robust IoT Processes, Models and Innovative Solutions

Abstract:

TBA

Moderator:

Julian David, Chief Executive Officer, Tech UK

Panelists:

David Alexander, Managing Consultant, PA Consulting Group
Ric Longenecker, Group Director of Information Security & CISO, Verisure
A Government Advisor, CPNI
John Weinschenk, General Manager, Enterprise Network & Application Security, Spirent Communications

Track 2: 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

How to Navigate Selling to the UK & US Governments

Abstract:

The United States and United Kingdom governments are two of your target customers, but how do you successfully engage? Do you have an understanding of these government organizations? Do you currently have the right business development employee to lead the way? How and when will your technical team get involved? Do you need to engage in a pilot? The government representatives on this panel will discuss how they successfully engage with industry, and the industry panelists will discuss their experiences and best practices for selling to the US & UK governments.

Moderator:

Dr. John Zangardi, Chief Information Officer, US Department of Homeland Security

Panelists:

Greg Crabb, Chief Information Security Officer, United States Postal Service
David Garfield, Chief Executive Officer, Garrison
Jon Lawrence,
Chief Information Security Officer, Justice Digital & Technology
Nicola Whiting, Chief Strategy Officer, Titania

2:50 PM – 3:10 PM

Break

Track 1: 3:10 PM – 3:55 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

What Will the Future of Cloud Security and MicroSegmentation Look Like?

Abstract:

If properly done the future of modern data centers and robust cloud security will enable microsegmentation to allow rules and policies that can be assigned to workloads, VMs, or network connections. This means that only necessary actions and connections are enabled in a workload or application, blocking anything else. With IT running fast to the cloud it will be important to understand which vendors will be embraced to deliver this critical functionality, and how long will enterprises wait before making this effort but also getting this done correctly.Our panel of experts will detail their experience with deploying security and microsegmentation in a virtualized and multi-cloud environment.

Moderator:

Oliver Newbury, Managing Director, Chief Technology Officer-Security, & Head of Group Cyber Security Assurance and Innovation Centre, Barclays

Panelists:

Kerin Cosford, Head of Technical Architecture, Ministry of Justice
Paul Crichard, Security Chief Technology Officer, BT Security
Barbara Hoffman, VP, Global Strategic Operations, Govt Vertical, Samsung
Sian John
, Cyber Security Advisor, Microsoft and Chair, TechUK’s Cyber Management Committee

Dr. John Zangardi, Chief Information Officer, US Department of Homeland Security

Track 2: 3:10 PM – 3:55 PM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre Workshop

A Letter to My CEO On The Impact Of The 3 Billion Chip Enablement From Spectre & Meltdown Exploits

Abstract:

We live in a dynamic threat and vulnerability environment. You must assume your security will be compromised at some point. How will your organization handle the situation? This panel will discuss preparation for security vulnerabilities to include:
Do you understand your estate?
How should you prepare to speak to the Board?
Who should you plan to work with to fight the issues that arise?

Moderator:

Mark Weatherford, Senior VP & Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, vArmour

Panelists:

Tony Mather, Chief Information Officer, AWE
John Meakin,
Group Chief Information Security Officer, GSK
Stephen Pattison, VP Public Affairs, ARM Holdings plc
Vikram Phatak,
Chief Executive Officer, NSSLabs

Mario Vuksan, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Reversing Labs

Track 1: 3:55 PM – 4:40 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

How CISOs Prioritize Initiatives and Measure Value in a Noisy World

Abstract:

CISOs are barraged with an overload of solution providers and more innovations enter the market every day. There is a lot of overlap and the noise is difficult to filter through. What is real and what is not? Hear directly from CISOs about the most critical issues they are facing today and how they prioritize initiatives. They will discuss their tips for how they quickly evaluate new technology – and measure value – to get to the right solutions for their businesses.

Moderator:

Christy Wyatt, President & Chief Executive Officer, Dtex Systems

Panelists:

Luis Alvarez Satorre, Strategic Advisor, Wandera
Robert Coles, Director, Cumberland House Consulting Limited

Anton
Karpov, Chief Information Security Officer, Yandex
Jean-Yves Poichotte, Global Head of IT Cyber Security, Sanofi
Paul Vincent, Director of Cyber Security, Lloyds Banking Group

Track 2: 3:55 PM – 4:40 PM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

Blueprints On How To Increase A Diverse Workforce And Accelerate Workskills Development

Abstract:

The global workforce will need tens of thousands of additional cyber security workers over the next decade, just to meet the industry’s ‘business-as-usual’ demand forecasts. This panel will look at some of the key issues around the cyber security workforce and address: What can individuals, companies, schools, and government do to develop and produce a larger, more diverse group of  cyber security professionals now and for the future?

Moderator:

Robert Hannigan, Chair, Immersive Labs

Panelists:

Patranjali Bhattacharya, Head of Computing & ICT, The Piggot School, Wargrave
Rick Geritz, Chief Executive Officer, Life Journey
Michelle Mosey
, Head Cyber Learning, WYWM Cyber
Rachel Neaman, Non-Executive Member, Advisory Board, Digital Leaders
Sarah S., NCSC Lead, CyberFirst

4:40 PM – 5:00 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

Closing Keynote

Special Guest: Christopher Krebs, Under Secretary, US Department of Homeland Security

5:00 PM  

Closing Remarks by Summit Host

Day 2 – Wednesday, 19 September 2018

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 AM – 10:20 AM 

General Session
BP Lecture Theatre

9:00 AM – 9:05 AM 

Welcome by Summit Host

Rick Geritz, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Life Journey, Chairman, CyberMaryland

9:05 AM – 9:50 AM 

Equifax: Lessons Learned from the Hack. Similarities and Differences Between the Home Depot & Equifax Breaches.  

Moderator:

Robert Rodriguez, Chairman & Founder, SINET

Panelists:

Jamil Farshchi, Chief Information Security Officer, Equifax
Julia Houston,
Chief Transformation Officer, Equifax

9:50 AM – 10:10 AM

SINET Thinks Forward

Special Guest: Doug Maughan, Division Director, US Department of Homeland Security S & T

10:10 AM – 10:20 AM 

Cybersecurity Solutions Presentations

Presenters:
Norman Shaw, Chief Executive Officer, ExactTrak
Jack Chapman, Chief Technology Officer, Cybershield
Jake Kennard, Co-Founder & Head of Technical Sales, KETS Cyber Security

Track 1: 10:20 AM – 11:00 AM
BP Lecture Theatre

CISO Trusted Information Sharing Models That Are Viable And Working

Abstract:

Building government- industry relations that will lead to better information sharing practices and enhanced protection of our respective nation’s critical infrastructures. What are the Challenges and opportunities and what models are working to build trust between participating parties?

Moderator:

Hans-Wilhelm Dunn, President, Cyber-Security Council Germany

Panelists:

Dr. Madeline Carr, Director, Research Institute Science of Cyber Security (RISCS)
Chris Gibson, Director MCERT, Templar Executives
Valerie Jenkins, Chief Information Security Officer, TSB Bank Plc

Shaun Khalfan, Vice President Information Security, Freddie Mac

Track 2: 10:20 AM – 11:00 AM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

Artificial Intelligence – How Can It Can Benefit Yet Also Hurt Cybersecurity in the Future

Abstract:

As our desire for and development of artificial intelligence continue to grow, so do the benefits, but also the challenges. This panel will discuss the complexities of AI’s future. How will it be secured, how will hackers use it, who will benefit, and will we be able to stay ahead of the adversaries?

Moderator:

Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering, University of Cambridge

Panelists:

Sue Daley, Head of Programme for Cloud, Data, Analytics and AI, TechUK 
Robert Hercock
, Chief Research Scientist, BT Security
Tim Rawlins, Director & Senior Adviser, NCC Group Plc
Russell Wing, Head of Information Security, London Metal Exchange
Dr. John Zangardi, Chief Information Officer, US Department of Homeland Security 

11:00 AM – 11:20 AM 

Break

Track 1: 11:20 AM – 12:00 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

Building World Class Resiliency Incident Response Programs That BODs Are Supporting

Abstract:

Yahoo, Equifax, and Uber: just a few of the multitude of organizations that have fallen victim to data breaches. Aspects of their responses, e.g. rolling or delayed disclosure of the breach, has also led to litigation and reputational damage in addition to significant direct economic damages — all of which hits the bottom line.  This panel will discuss the elements of incident response programs, best practices, lessons learned and the role of a board of directors in its execution and oversight.

Moderator:

Pamela Drew, Corporate Director, Serco

Panelists:

Alain Desausoi, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Swift
Steven Rogers, Chief Executive Officer, Centripetal Networks
Ray Stanton, Senior VP & Group Chief Security Officer, TDC Group
Graham Wright
, Senior Vice President Security and Cyber, Inmarsat

Track 2: 11:20 AM – 12:00 PM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

Lessons Learned From Funding Entrepreneurs & Building Cyber Innovation & Accelerator Centers

Abstract:

Listen to leaders who are Connecting Buyers, Builders & Investors as they build and grow their Cyber Security Centres of excellence. What type of pitches gain traction, why and which presentations do not. What attributes make for good investments and eventual successful accelerator/incubators/cluster environments.

Moderator:

Nadia Carlsten PhD, TTP Program Manager, US Department of Homeland Security

Panelists:

Ben Brabyn, Chief Executive, Investor, Advisor, Level 39
Grace Cassy, Co-Founder, Cylon
Lydia Ragoonanan, LORCA Programme Director, Plexal
Auriol Stevens,
Director, Inogesis

Track 1: 12:00 PM – 12:40 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

TIBER: How Regulatory Practices Are Impacting Financial Services In Europe

Abstract:

Financial Regulators in Europe are changing the way that they think about cyber resilience risk with their regulated entities.  Building upon some of the early experiences in the UK’s CBEST programme, the Dutch National Bank (DNB) adopted a highly collaborative approach to developing regulation in partnership with the institutions themselves. The Netherlands completed the first phase of this national programme last year and quickly evolved the framework into the TIBER programme in use in the Netherlands today.  What emerged from this exercise is now being adopted by the European Central Bank (ECB) and used as the basis for cyber regulation across Europe in the form of TIBER-EU.  This panel explores the advantages, learnings and opportunities created by these programmes.

Moderator:

James Chappell, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Shadows

Panelists:

Rob Bening, Chief Information Security Officer, ING
Diana Chan, Former Chief Executive Officer, EuropCCP
Ramon van Ingen, TIBER Test Manager, eNederlandsche Bank  

Track 2: 12:00 PM – 12:40 PM
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

Is Cyber Just Another Business Risk, and Therefore Best Managed by the Risk Function?

Abstract:

TBA

Moderator:

Tim Cook, Partner, Wychwood Partners

Panelists:

David Ferbrache, Chief Technology Officer, Cyber, KPMG
Stuart Frost, Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, Department for Work & Pensions

Ramy Houssaini, Chief Cyber & Technology Risk Officer and Group Data Protection Officer, BNP Paribas
Tim Mann, Chief Information Officer, NFU Mutual
Paul Vincent, Director of Cyber Security, Lloyds Banking Group

12:40 PM – 1:40 PM 

Lunch

Track 1: 1:40 PM – 2:25 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

What Are The Challenges In Protecting Critical Infrastructure and What Type of Solutions Are Needed?

Abstract:

The security of critical infrastructure is top priority to cities, countries, and industries globally. Many different organizations are looking at the risks and challenges and trying to identify the possible solutions. But, what is the role of government? What is the role of industry? What is the role of regulation? This panel will discuss how the various groups need to collaborate while identifying what is required and prioritizing the possible security solutions.

Moderator:

Mark Sayers, Deputy Director, National Cyber Security Strategy, Cabinet Office

Panelists:

Mo Ahddoud, Chief Information Security Officer, SGN
Michael Johnson, Chief Information Security Officer, Capital One
Maureen Kaplan, Global Head of Vodafone Enterprise Security Services, Vodafone
Ben Lindgreen, Head of Security Delivery, New Payment System Operator

Track 2: 1:40 PM – 2:25 PM
Stevenson Theatre

Challenges and Opportunities of Growing a Cyber Business in the UK and Beyond, i.e USA

Abstract:

This panel will share their experiences and lessons learned while trying to grow their cyber businesses in the UK and other countries globally. What has worked and what would they do differently?

Moderator:

Brian White, Partner, DBO Partners

Panelists:

Andersen Cheng, Chief Executive Officer, Post Quantum
Piergiacomo Ferrari, Chief Information Security Officer & Head of Operational Safeguarding, Allianz Italia
Dr. Debbie Garside, Chief Executive Officer, GeoLang
Dr. Rachel O’Connell, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Trust Elevate

Track 1: 2:25 PM – 3:10 PM
BP Lecture Theatre

Biggest Looming Cyber Threats on the Horizon

Abstract:

What is old is new and what is new is old. How do we even begin to tackle looking out on the horizon of what is emerging? How do we stay on top of what threats need immediate attention, while continuing to monitor evolving trends that may become the next major breach? Do the threats to pay attention to differ between government and private industry? How much impact is the skills shortage having and how do we to overcome it? Our panelists will discuss their views on these and other questions around emerging cyber threats.

Moderator:

Kate Kuehn, US Chief Executive Officer, Senseon Technologies

Panelists:

Jacqui Chard, Deputy Director, Defence & National Security, NCSC
Ruth Davis, Head of Commercial Strategy and Public Policy, BT Security
Alison Dyer, Chief Information Security Officer, Urenco
Becky Pinkard, Vice President, IT & Intelligence, Digital Shadows

Track 2: 2:25 PM – 3:10 PM
Stevenson Theatre

What Are the Investment Trends In Technology Today and Tomorrow? I.e. AI, Blockchain and Cybersecurity

Abstract:

Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Security, etc. – where is the industry investing? This panel of both industry and cyber investment professionals will discuss where industry is investing their budgets, as well as what the investment community is seeing from Series A to Late Stage Funding trends.

Moderator:

Ray Bricknell, Managing Director, Behind Every Cloud Ltd

Panelists:

Dr Robert Griffiths, Director, Head of High Performance Computing and Cloud Services, MUFG Securities EMEA PLC
Maria Lewis Kussmaul, Founding Partner, Head of Cybersecurity Investment Banking, AGC Partners
Ian Merricks, Managing Partner, White Horse Capital

André Pienaar, Managing Partner, C5 Capital
Alex van Someren, Managing Partner, Amadeus Capital

3:10 PM – 3:30 PM

Break

3:30 PM –   3:45 PM

SINET Thinks Forward with Graeme Hackland, Chief Information Officer, Williams F1 Team

Topic:

Risk Tolerance in the Real-time World of Formula 1

3:45 PM – 3:55 PM 

Cybersecurity Solutions Presentations

Presenters:
Lewis Oaten, Chief Technology Officer, Razorsecure
Kully Johal, Chair & Co-Founder, GBR14
Richard Benson, Chief Executive Officer, Xanadata

3:55 PM – 4:35 PM

Data is Everywhere, Strategic Approaches To Protecting Your Most Precious Jewels

Abstract:

In our world of IoT, do we protect devices or the data? Our cybersecurity landscape has changed and evolved. Where is the endpoint? Which attack surfaces are most important? How do we get continuous coverage? How do we integrate all the tools we need? This panel will discuss these questions as they share ideas for protecting your data, your most precious asset.

Moderator:    

Nick Warner, Chief Revenue Officer, SentinelOne

Panelists:

Apolline Aigueperse, Head of Cyber, CybelAngel
Hadley Beeman, Tech and Security Expert, National Technology Adviser, DCMS
Nick Coleman, Global Head Cyber Security Intelligence, IBM
Jay Gonzales, Chief Information Security Officer, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
Yochana Henderson, Head of Identity and Access Management, UK Parliament

4:35 PM –   4:50 PM

SINET Thinks Forward with Muffy Calder, Vice-Principal and Head of College of Science and Engineering, University of Glasgow

Abstract:

Is There a Gulf Between Technical Solutions and Social/Legal/Moral Frameworks?

To what extent do our technical solutions for cyber security implement current social and moral values, and legal structures? Conversely, how do our technical capabilities inform policies and social norms?  Do policy makers actually know what is and isn’t possible, technically? How does all of this relate to the underpinning science and blue skies thinking? These aren’t new questions, but they continue to be hard ones and Computer Scientists should be asking them.

4:50 PM – 5:30 PM

How is The Cyber Influence of Russia, China, Iran & North Korea Affecting Our Geopolitical Climate?

Abstract:

TBA

Moderator:    

Suzanne Kelly, CEO & Publisher, The Cipher Brief

Panelists:

Ewan Lawson, Senior Research Fellow, Military Influence, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies
Saher Naumaan, Threat Intelligence Analyst, BAE Systems
Veerle Nouwens, Research Fellow, Asia Studies, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI)
Rafal Rohozinski, Principal, SecDev Group

5:30 PM

Closing Remarks

Robert D. Rodriguez, Chairman & Founder, SINET

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

SINET Connects: Networking Reception

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