Executive Dinner for CISOs & Heads of Information Security

14  March  2022 

This will be our 191st Executive Dinner for CISO's and Heads of Information Security.


The dinner will be held on Monday 14th of March 2022 in the private dining room at Fortnum & Masons.





Lobster & Prawn Cocktail

Marie Rose Sauce

Roast Fillet of Cumbrian Heritage Beef

Truffle Mash, Roast Parsnip, Glazed Shallot, Madeira Jus (G)

Tarte Tatin

Coffee and petit fours


Please let us know in advance if you have a dietary requirement or allergies

so that we can accommodate an alternative menu.



5:30 to   6:30

Champagne Reception

6:30 to   7:00

Introduction to our sponsor

7:00 to   8:00

1st & 2nd Course Dinner

8:00 to   8:30

Guest speaker

8:30 to   8:45

3rd Course

8.45 to 10:00

Debating the issues raised





Tonight’s topic


"Massive Security Blind Spot

The explosion of agentless devices has broken the traditional security approaches used by companies for years. Traditional security solutions don’t provide visibility and management of these devices, so security professionals can’t know when they have become compromised. Asset inventory, network segmentation, vulnerability management and detection & response all broke in the face of the unmanaged device. Unfortunately, as IT and security management solutions have proliferated, CIO and CISOs have no single source of truth for every asset, physical or virtual, managed or unmanaged. This has resulted in a huge security blindspot for businesses - devices they can’t see, can’t protect, and hackers are exploiting."


About our sponsor

"Enterprises are benefiting from a huge business transformation resulting in an explosion of connected devices - bigger than the number of PC and mobile devices combined. In 2021, up to 90% of these devices will be unmanaged and IoT devices. Beyond desktops, laptops, and servers, these new devices include everything from industrial control systems and PLCs, to medical devices, to smart TVs, security cameras, printers, HVAC systems, building automation systems and more. The exponential increase in the number of these devices are hard to identify and secure, providing an ever-expanding attack surface for malicious actors to exploit to disrupt production, impact patient care, or result in financial loss.

Armis® is the leading unified asset visibility & security platform designed to address the new threat landscape that connected devices create. Fortune 1000 companies trust our real-time and continuous protection to see and control all managed, unmanaged, un-agentable and IoT devices – from traditional devices like laptops and smartphones to new smart devices like smart TVs, webcams, printers, HVAC systems, industrial control systems and PLCs, medical devices and more.

Armis provides passive and unparalleled asset inventory, risk management, and detection & response. Core to our platform is the Armis Device Knowledgebase. It is the world’s largest cloud-based, crowd-source device behavior knowledgebase tracking over 1 billion devices, and growing. Armis is headquartered in Palo Alto California."


Our speaker

Jonathan Morgan, Regional Sales Director (UKIN), Armis
With over 20 years of industry experience solving and addressing customer IT and cyber security problems including Dell Computers, Websense, Crossbeam, Ping Identity and Agari. Jonathan leads the team responsible for the UK and Ireland.





Fortnum & Mason

Board Room

181 Piccadilly




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