Government Event—Building Cybersecurity Resilience in 2021

23rd February 15:00 - 16:15 GMT

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Cybersecurity event – building resilience for 2021

Cybersecurity event: No cyber white flags if you watch for the red flags—building resilience for Government and Defence organisations in 2021

Tuesday 23rd February 2021: 15:00 - 16:15 GMT | 7:00 - 8:15 PST | 19:00 - 20:15 GST

Despite the sophistication of the cyber-attacks on US Government institutions at the end of 2020, Government and Defence organisations should remain defiant in their cyber defence. Nobody is ready to wave a white flag. These state-sponsored attacks highlight the limitations of maintaining the cyber status quo and the need to take a fundamentally different approach to the red flags of cyber risk.

In this practical session, designed specifically for Government and Defence cyber practitioners, industry leaders will share their relevant experience of building and maintaining resilience for critical infrastructure and partner and supplier eco-systems.

Join this session and learn

  • How adopting new approaches to cyber resilience delivers rapid return
  • How to recognise and prioritise red flags of cyber risk
  • How to reduce risk to critical infrastructure from partners and supplier ecosystems
  • How cyber best practice is being achieved within the global Government and Defence community

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Agenda

Tuesday 23rd February 2021: 15:00 - 16:15 GMT | 7:00 - 8:15 PST | 19:00 - 20:15 GST

  • No white flags—building resilience for 2021 Insights from Lt. Gen Philip Jones CB CBE DL
  • Protecting critical assets—prioritising resources for 2021 with Paul Chichester, Director of Operations, National Cyber Security Centre
  • The Strategy of Safe Cyber Sharing with John Spicer, CTO & Co-Founder, Nteligen
  • Identifying red flags for infrastructure risk—current insights from Menlo Threat Labs with Kowsik Guruswamy, CTO Menlo Security
  • Why secure content is king for operational resilience with Ian McGowan, MD & Founder, Barrier Networks
  • Waving the flag for Menlo Security & OPSWAT in Government and Defence—customer case study with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)/ Sellafield Ltd
  • Flagging and eliminating risk with isolation and deep CDR: demonstration with Tom McVey, Solution Architect, Menlo Security

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Our guest speakers include:

Lt. General Philip Jones CB CBE DL

Lt. General Philip Jones

CD CDE DL

Phil Jones served for 36 years in the British Army, with three secondments to the United Nations and two to NATO. He is a military and international affairs strategist with extensive experience in planning and managing transformational and security change at national and multinational level. He has operational experience gained from most of the major military campaigns of the past 30 years; most recently he served for over three years in Afghanistan.

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Paul Chichester

Director of Operations
NCSC

Paul is Director of Operations at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). He has worked in the UK government intelligence and security community for over 25 years in a variety of offensive and defensive cyber roles. Paul was awarded the MBE in 2005 for his ground-breaking work in cyber.

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John Spicer

CTO & Co-Founder
Nteligen

John Spicer is Nteligen’s VP of Technical Strategy.  John’s roles at Northrop Grumman, ITT Corporation, and Nteligen, have seen him leading the design and development of software systems for use in high security communication.  

While a lead engineer for Northrop, John led a team of 18 engineers in the design and development of a cross domain sharing and threat mitigation system that has been deployed by the US Government since 2006 and subsequently modelled throughout industry for the impact of its technical approach.

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