Executive Dinner for CISOs & Heads of Information Security

5  June  2019 

This is our 166th Executive Dinner for CISOs & Heads of Information Security.
The dinner will be held on Thursday 6th of June in the Private Dining Room at The Cut, 45 Park Lane.



Dorset Crab & Lobster “Louis” Cocktail
USDA Prime Sirloin, Black Angus Beef Aged 35 Days
with French Fries in Herbs, Creamed Spinach with Fried Organic Egg and Cavatappi Pasta “Mac & Cheese”
Caramelised Pineaple Crumble
Toasted Almond & 50 Bean Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea, Coffee and Petits Fours
Please let us know in advance if you are a vegetarian 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
               10:00 Close

Topic for the evening

The discussion at this Executive Dinner will be on the Supply Chain Risk Management landscape, covering the latest best practices for third party management from the USA and exploring how Paypal manages this as well as any subsequent questions that may arise

About our sponsor


Blackfoot is a cyber security, information security and compliance specialist. Dedicated to securing clients’ businesses by protecting their reputation and profits through the provision of strategic and pragmatic advice and services in order to reduce risk, liability and costs.  The Blackfoot way constitutes a pragmatic risk-based approach to cyber security which ensures maximum protection for businesses ensuring they get excellent service with consistent, future-proofed advice in plain English, whilst ensuring businesses are future-proofed against the ever changing and dynamic data security landscape.


Tonights Speaker

Matthew Tyler has 25 years’ experience working with some of the largest brands in strategic risk, security and compliance. In the mid-1980s Matthew worked for the fledgling Financial Services Authority in the UK, specialising in securities trading and investment management. Matthew then worked for a string of international finance organisations including Standard Chartered and Lloyds of London. After a period of world travel, Matthew settled in Australia where he established IT security businesses focusing on regulatory compliance. After returning to the UK in the mid-1990s, Matthew set up a series of IT businesses specialising in deep packet inspection, SEO analytics and risk management, until founding Blackfoot UK in 2008. Blackfoot is now a leading security, risk and compliance consultancy company, and helps some of the largest retail brands, financial institutions, insurers, manufacturers and industry associations manage security, risk and compliance. Matthew’s expertise lies in helping organisations understand the big picture, providing thought leadership and assisting large organisations commercialise opportunities. Blackfoot’s mission is to enable clients to understand and mitigate the real-world risks they face.
Bob Maley has been involved in security for most of his career, initially in physical security as a law enforcement officer. During that period Bob acquired a broad range of experience and expertise in all areas of security. This includes third-party security, risk assessment, architecture, design, policy development, deployment, incident response and investigation and enterprise solution deployments in areas including intrusion detection, data protection, compliance, and incident reporting and response.
Most recently, Bob was the head of PayPal’s Global Third-Party Security & Inspections team, developing the program from the ground up into a state-of-the-art risk management program.
In a previous role as chief information security officer for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, he led the Pennsylvania Information Security Architecture program to win the 2007 award for outstanding achievement in information technology by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).
Bob has been named a CSO of the Year finalist for the SC Magazine Awards and was nominated as the Information Security Executive of the Year, North America. Additionally, his team was a finalist in the SC Magazine Awards for Best Security Team.  Bob’s certifications include CRISC, CTPRP and OpenFAIR



The Media Room, The Cut
45 Park Lane

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