CSE 2015 Cyber Security conference brings together leaders as well as suppliers of the world’s leading technology in Cyber Security. A full day event, the conference includes a key note address by Richard Bach, the Assistant Director for Cyber Security in the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media & Sport, along with other industry specific seminars and talks by inspirational speakers running throughout the day. CSE 2015 is also an ideal opportunity for networking with the chance to explore some of the leading technology in the battle against Cyber Crime.
Here’s a quick look at the agenda:
8:30: Coffee and Registration
09.10: The Cyber-Crime Landscape
Gary Hibberd | Managing Director Agenci
A practical look at what exactly is cyber-crime; taking an exciting dip into the deep and dark web and looking at the real risks to you, your business and your family. Gary will set the scene for rest of the day.
09:30: Cyber Security and the National Infrastructure
Dr Adam Beaumont | CEO at aql
Cyber security and national infrastructure, including national infrastructure resilience. Leeds is becoming a key player in the national infrastructure and Dr Adam Beaumont will review the place that Leeds is taking.
09:50: Cyber Security and the Law
Matthew Hattersley | Partner and Head of Commercial and IT, Clarion
Matthew, a partner at Clarion solicitors, will look at the law as it applies to cyber security and changes coming to the Data Privacy laws. He will highlight the potential red flags for both individuals and business.
10:10: The Known Unknowns of Cyber Security
Simon Monaghan | Business Doctors
Simon has a wealth of business experience and will look at a truly business perspective on cyber security. He will highlight the known unknowns that business faces on a daily basis.
10:30: Cyber Stalking, Cyber Abuse and Trolling
Jennifer Perry | CEO Digital Trust
Today we lead digital lives. We use mobiles, social media, email, shop online and much more. So, if someone wants to upset, scare or intimidate us they will use technology to do it. Digital abuse includes: bullying, harassment, stalking, domestic abuse, trolling, revenge and hate campaigns.
“We are here to help you be safer. Digital Trust brings together technologists and professionals who understand about abuse and the criminal justice system. Together we can help you understand digital risks and what to do about it.”
11:00: Coffee and Networking break
11:30: The Impact of Crisis and Disaster on People
Kevin Tasker | Clinical Partner, The Centre for Crisis Psychology
Kevin will be looking at the human impact of a crisis. When things go wrong, it may well be all well and good having business continuity and technical solutions in place, but what is the human impact we should consider?
Dr Sandra Bell | BC & ISDG European Practice Manager, Sungard Availability Services (UK) Limited
Crisis management and disaster recovery are topics we hope business never has to face, but when it does – what should you do?
12:20: Hacking and Pen Testing
John Stock | Technology Program Director at Outpost24
John will look at the technical side of hacking and pen testing and provide valuable insight into the tools and methods of the modern hacker. He will also show what we can do to better protect ourselves.
12:40: Naomi Riches MBE
At the 2012 London Paralympic Games Naomi Riches achieved what some athletes only dream of: winning a Gold Medal at a home Games. Naomi is an inspirational speaker.
14:00: Insights of a Professor of Criminology
Professor David S. Wall, BA (Hons), MA, MPhil, PG Cert, PhD Professor Wall specialises in cyber-crime and cyber criminology. He will look at the advances in cyber-crime and review the research and what it implies.
14:30: Cyber-Crime and the Police
Geoff Halpin, Detective Inspector at Yorkshire & The Humber Regional Cyber Crime Unit.
Geoff will look at a police perspective on cyber-crime, providing insights and a look into the criminal mind and cyber-crime trends.
14:50: Tear up What You Think You Know about Cyber Insurance
Richard Hodson | Director, Technology Insurance, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Richard will look at the state of current cyber insurance and challenge you to think again about what you think you know.
15:10: Keynote Speech
Richard Bach | Assistant Director – Cyber Security | Digital Economy Unit
Richard is Assistant Director for Cyber Security in the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media & Sport, where his focus is on delivering key initiatives within the UK’s Cyber Security Strategy, including the development and adoption of a range of cyber security standards, and specifically the Cyber Essentials Scheme.
15:40: Conference Insight
Alfie Moore | Radio 4 performer, comedian and ex policeman
Alfie will close the conference. Alfie is a versatile and distinctly humorous after dinner speaker, BBC Radio 4 presenter and comedy writer with his niche area as a serving police sergeant (albeit currently on a sabbatical). A natural and truly charismatic raconteur, his thrilling insights into life at the front- line of the police force will not only alter your perspective on the ‘boys in blue’ but also have you in fits of laughter!
16:30: Networking Bar
After conference networking with your networking hosts Clarion and Agenci. Join the conference speakers in the networking bar after the event. A great opportunity to meet the speakers, business leaders and leading lights from the world of Cyber Security.
Interested? For more details about the conference and to register visit: CSE 2015 Cyber Security Conference