This will be our our 163rd Executive Dinner for CISOs and Heads of Information Security
The dinner will be held on Tuesday 30th of April in the Private Dining Room of the Gherkin
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
The business world is changing at a rapid pace and many security programs are struggling to keep up. Historically, Information Security disciplines have been focused on individual tools and their efficiency against specific threats. That approach is strained by the changing IT landscape and the proliferation of tools. Most security challenges can be broken into three categories: Securing the organisation throughout the digital transformation, protecting the confidentiality of sensitive information, and governing access and verifying the identity of an increasingly mobile workforce. Join InteliSecure as we discuss challenges facing organisations today in these three areas and the ways InteliSecure is helping clients solve these problems.
About tonights sponsor
InteliSecure is a Managed Security Services Provider specialising in data protection. With more than 15 years’ experience, 500 plus customers and 2 plus million users, companies large and small rely on our services and specialists to protect the integrity and safety of their sensitive information. We make data security and compliance easy by providing more effective data protection services at lower cost, eliminating the strain on IT organisations, and reducing the risk of confidential information getting into the wrong hands.
Jeremy Wittkop is the Chief Technology Officer for InteliSecure, a published author and a globally recognised thought leader on the topic of data protection. He is a trusted advisor to clients, private equity, and public equity investors. As a blogger, podcast contributor, and public speaker, Jeremy continues to bring insights and ideas to the marketplace. He holds a Bachelor’s in Information Technology from Colorado State University as well as business and engineering degrees from Full Sail University.
Global Head of Information Security and Risk, Lonza.
After graduating with a BSc in Computer Science from Brunel University, London in 1996, I worked in several IT infrastructure roles in various organisations in the computer software and cloud hosting industries.
I joined Lonza in 2002 as IT Technical Project Manager specialising in data and voice network infrastructure. In 2004, I became IT Manager for the UK & Ireland. It was at this time I joined Lonza’s Global IT Security Workgroup, and became heavily involved in Business Impact Analysis and IT Security Audits both for internal sites and external providers.
In 2012, I moved permanently into IT Security for Lonza, and currently hold global responsibility for Information Security and Risk.
Private Dining @ The Gherkin
30 St Mary Axe