FT cyber security summit 2018
Join to interact with cross-sector CISOs from key company's in a live scenario response to a cyber security attack.
Cyber security attacks continue to dominate news headlines, and global cybercrime costs could reach £5 trillion by 2021.
As criminals find increasingly innovative ways to bypass software and controls, how can we shift the focus to resilience and active defence? How will interconnected systems be defended and by whom? How can we restore the public’s ‘crisis of trust’? Where is the line between data capture and privacy?
This Financial Times cyber security summit has been designed to enable CISOs and their teams to participate in interactive scenario planning and response activities, in addition to hearing from cross-sector cyber experts on the threats being faced and the solutions required to ensure a robust and resilient defence.
On 16 October 2018, Mark Hughes, President, BT Security, will be delivering the opening keynote on ‘Re-thinking the cyber security approach and how organisations can prepare’.
Join us to get a view of:
- How can organisations ensure security is fundamental to their whole business strategy from the board to design level?
- What are some of the developments influencing this change in approach?
- What are some of the biggest changes to the industry? How can organisations ensure they are prepared and anticipate what is next?
- How can a balance be struck between security and agility that digitalisation demands of businesses?
- Which security technologies have huge potential in securing our digital future?
- How can SMEs prioritise limited resources to ensure robust defence?