The 2014 Cyber Careers Fair event registration is now open.
If you are thinking about a Career in Cyber Security or Technology then why not come along and meet prospective employers and training providers. This is a great opportunity for you to find out what employers are looking for in the graduate market, ask questions in a relaxed environment to HR and junior professionals recently hired by these employers, and to grow your network!
Exhibitors confirmed: KPMG, PWC, Citi Group, Morgan Stanley, Lloyds Banking Group, BP, Microsoft, HP, BAE Systems, Royal Signals – British Army, Cyber Security Challenge and (ISC)2.
Exhibitors invited and to be confirmed soon: EY, Goldman Sachs, AXA, Shell, Royal Bank of Scotland, BT, Lockheed Martin UK, HMGCC, and GCHQ.
Date: 30 October 2014 from 10:30 to 16:30 (GMT)
Location: University of Westminster, 115 New Cavendish St, London W1W 6UW
Visit our website www.nextsec.org and watch a short video of last year’s event.
Please use the link below to register for a free ticket to attend and meet employers and HR teams from the participating organisations.
I’m happy to announce that the registration for the NextSec June 2014 Conference is still open.
Location: Investec Bank plc, 2 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7QP, United Kingdom
Date: 5th June, 2014
18:00 – The role of a CISO in a cloud, mobile and social world
Speaker: David Cripps, Investec CISO
David is the Information Security Officer for the Investec Group and is responsible for the Group’s information security programme; ensuring that the risks to their information assets are identified and appropriately managed. He has a strong technical and networking back- ground in the finance and telecommunications industry. David has also worked as an elec- tronics instructor in Sri Lanka.
David has been awarded a master’s degree in Internet and Telecommunications Law (LLM). He is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Information System Security Professional (CISSP). David has also been awarded an Ad- vanced Professional Certificate in Investigative Practices (APCIP).
18:25 – The rule of three: cyber resilience in a fast-changing world
The rule of three: cyber resilience in a fast-changing world
- Three walls to structure controls and contingencies against cyber attack
- Three principles to drive the design of practical and focused cyber defences
- Three strategies to maintaining agile, adaptive and sustainable counter-measures to meet the cyber challenge
Speaker: Daniel Barriuso, BP CISO
Daniel Barriuso is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at BP. He is responsible for cyber security across the Group, including strategy, governance, architecture, education, counter threat operations and incident response. Daniel is a frequent speaker and contribu- tor at security forums and events. Prior to joining BP, Daniel was CISO at Credit Suisse and coordinated a number of security initiatives across the financial services sector including the ‘Waking Shark’ response exercise. Daniel also dedicates his time as a Professor at the ‘Universidad Politecnica de Madrid’, where he lectures and researches in the areas of IT governance and information security investment.
18:50 – From Graduate to VP: My journey in the realm of Network Security
Speaker: Raghu Nandakumara , Citi Network Security Manager
Following completion of his MSc, Raghu joined Citi in 2004 as part of the UK Technology Graduate Programme and was placed in the EMEA Information Security Services team. Initially working in Operational Support he was part of a team that were responsible for the maintenance and stability of all perimeter security infrastructure in EMEA, including firewalls, proxies and remote access. He moved into the Network Security Engineering organisation in 2008 and was initially responsible for security service delivery on business projects (including handling large scale divestitures and acquisitions) as well as build out of security infrastructure in Citi’s new strategic data centre in the region. Having spent the last few years being the SME for a few Network Security products he now runs the Net- work Security Engineering Tools and Automation team.
19:10 – ISACA’s Cyber security Nexus (CSX) Program
Overview of ISACA including Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX), ISACA’s recently launched pro- gram that provides insights and resources for cybersecurity professionals.
Speaker: Allan Boardman, ISACA International Vice President
Allan Boardman, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, ACA, CA (SA), CISSP, is a risk officer at Morgan Stanley and International Vice President at ISACA. He began his career with Deloitte in Cape Town and has over 30 years experience in IT assurance, risk, security and consultan- cy roles at organizations including JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, PwC, Marks and Spencer, and the London Stock Exchange. He is a past president of ISACA London Chapter and has served on the BCS’ Information Risk Management and Audit Committee. He is a member of ISACA’s International Board of Directors, currently chairing its Credentialing and Career Management Board, and is a member of ISACA’s Strategic Advisory Coun- cil. He has served on ISACA’s Leadership Development Committee and chaired ISACA’s CISM Certification Committee. He was a volunteer at the Paralympics in London 2012 and Sochi 2014, and is a school governor where he chairs the Finance Committee.
I was invited to the University of Greenwich to discuss career opportunities in the information security field. We had a productive discussion with the young people who are finishing their degree in Computer Security and Forensics. After the presentation I was introduced to several PhD students who are currently researching various issues around privacy and social media. I’m very happy that people are becoming more interested in solving information security and privacy issues.
This morning I delivered a seminar for a group of graduate students at the University of East London. An enriched mix of participants from various degrees, including information security, forensics, and IT law made the classroom discussions very interesting.
I was very glad to see that students were very eager to learn more about the subject and were willing to share their ideas and experience. We were even able to managed to identify new research opportunities in the field of economics of information security.
After the presentation, I facilitated a workshop which was designed based on a case study around USB drive encryption. This exercise helped the students to understand the perspective of both a security manager and an end-user on the same problem.
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