This is our 157th Executive Dinner for CISOs & Heads of Information Security
The dinner will be held on Monday 28th of January in the Private Dining Room at the Savoy Hotel, sponsored by Virtru
Citrus cured Scottish salmon
Cornish crab meat, avocado, green apple & watercress
& selected fine white wines
Filet of beef and braised beef short ribs
Roasted root vegetables and shallots, pommes gratin, red wine braising jus
& selected fine red wines
Caramelised puff pastry, Banana whipping ganache, salted peanut praline
Coffee and petit fours
Please let us know in advance if you have any allergies or have any special dietary requirements so that we can accommodate an alternative menu
5:30 to 6:30 Champagne Reception
6:30 to 7:00 Sponsors talk
7:00 to 8:00 1st & 2nd Course Dinner
8:00 to 8:30 Guest speaker talk
8:30 to 8:45 3rd Course
8.45 to 10:00 Debating the issues raised
Join your CISO peers on Data Protection Day for an interactive evening of dinner, discussion and discovery. We’re hosting London’s senior security leaders to explore how to secure data in the cloud, meet GDPR and other regulatory requirements, and how a data-centric security approach gives you persistent protection and control wherever your data goes.
About tonight’s sponsor
Virtru is a data-centric security company that enables enterprises to protect, control, and audit their data. With Virtru, enterprises can keep data private and control it independent of device, application, or network, even after the data leaves their network. Virtru protects the data of Fortune 500 companies, numerous state governments, and leading healthcare, manufacturing and financial institutions.
Jonathan Morgan brings a deep knowledge of enterprise security and data protection requirements to his role as EMEA Director at Virtru. He works closely with security leaders to gain a detailed understanding of their needs, develop trusted relationships, and ensure Virtru solutions solve their most pressing problems.
Will Ackerly is the CTO and Co-Founder of Virtru. Prior to founding Virtru in 2012, Will spent eight years at the National Security Agency (NSA) where he specialized in cloud analytics and security architecture — specifically protecting the agency’s in-house data transfers. During his tenure at the NSA, Will invented the Trusted Data Format (TDF), an open standard used today by various government agencies for the secure transfer of data and the technical foundation
The Pinafore Private Dining Room