Zsuzsanna Berenyi is a cyber security engagement and transformation specialist with experience in defining strategies and implementing behaviour change programmes to reduce cyber risk and maintain regulatory compliance.
A passionate advocate for Cyber Security and reducing the human side of risks by turning people into our strongest defence, she has held senior cyber security positions at Royal Mail, Direct Line, Centrica and Refinitiv.
Hayen Bhouri is a Senior Manager at Protiviti UK, focused on Risk Management, Compliance and Cyber Security.
He is a Programme & Change Manager with experience gained across a number of industries including Investment Banking, Mutual Funds, Consulting, Oil & Gas, at controlling, managing and executing complex transformational Business and IT change.
Rupert Brown is CTO of Evidology Ltd.
Rupert has an unrivalled track record over 30 years in Banking IT comprising senior Strategic and Operational roles in Frontline Application Architecture, Development and Delivery as well as ground breaking Enterprise Technology Infrastructures. This has also been complemented by similar client facing leadership roles for Information Vendors and Silicon Valley “Unicorns”.
Rupert was formerly a Chief Architect at UBS and before that served in senior roles at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Reuters, Paribas and Morgan Stanley.
Gervais Carlton-Blake has over 25 years of technology experience, ranging from start-ups to running distributed technology and security functions for global corporations. Key strengths across the breadth of Technology with a sharp focus on Information Security, he is a specialist in transformation journeys, M&A/divestiture activities and helping organisations achieve their digital ambitions.
Gervais is currently the CIO & CISO at LOD and over the last 3 years has successfully shepherded the organisation through a complete digital overhaul embedding technology into the heart of the company and adopting a cloud native approach. More on the digital overhaul covered in this press article. He was also recently recognised by cio.com as one of the UK’s top 100 CIO’s.
Steve Collins is a respected Chief Information Security Officer and has worked in information security for over 20 years, he brings extensive and specialised expertise in securing large, complex, organisations.
He has held senior cyber security management positions in sectors such as Finance, Critical National Infrastructure, Mining, and gaming/gambling.
Neil Cordell is a senior Information Technology professional with over 30 years of experience of across IT Strategy, Enterprise Architecture, Information Security, IT Infrastructure and Software Development, with a proven track record of designing and implementing secure IT infrastructures and business applications globally, for businesses such as ABN AMRO, LIFFE, Rabobank, Barclays and the Target Group.
JC is a leading consultant, a senior executive and a global cyber security influencer with over 25 years of experience developed in several financial institutions in the UK and continental Europe, and a track-record at driving fundamental change in the Security field across global organisations, looking beyond the technical horizon into strategy, governance, culture, and the real dynamics of transformation.
A British and French national permanently established in the UK since 1993, he holds an Engineering Degree from Telecom Paris and has been co-president of the Cyber Security group of the Telecom Paris Tech alumni association since May 2016.
He runs the Corix Partners blog and the Security Transformation Leadership publication on Medium; he is the author of “Cyber Security: The Lost Decade – A Security Governance Handbook for the CISO and the CIO”, published annually since September 2017 under the label of the Security Transformation Research Foundation.
Jules Gascoigne is the Chief Information Security Officer at Transport for London and has worked in technology for over 20 years in a variety of technology risk, cyber security, CISO and technology leadership roles.
Jules is passionate about ensuring that technology serves society in a secure, reliable and sustainable way. He has previously worked at Virgin Atlantic, the FCA, Barclays, EY and KPMG. Previously qualified as ITIL Foundation (2017), CCSK (2015), CISM (2014), CISSP (2005) and CHECK Team Leader (2003), he has spoken regularly on technology risk and information security at Microsoft, BCS, InfoSecurity Europe, SASIG, Rant and Gartner events.
For over 35 years, Julia Harris has been a noteworthy leader in the information security space. You may know her from her work at various financial institutions, telecommunications providers, media companies, charities, a big 4 consultancy, gambling, a government business and now the Travel Industry. Julia can also be credited with contributions to the industry as a speaker at many Global and UK based conferences, such as Infosec at Olympia / Earls Court, Pulse Conferences and at the Information Security Forum’s global congress. Julia tends to specialise in governance, policy, risk and the human aspects of information security.
She is passionate about Information Security and likes to have fun at work and home. She is a member of a number of mentoring platforms and groups to help bring more women into the Information Security profession. Julia is now supporting Flight Centre’s corporate clients in all things infosec.
She was a council member for the UK within the Information Security Forum (ISF) for 3 years. She sat on the committee of the British Computer Society (BCS) Information Security Specialist group for many years, and also sat on the Data Protection Expert Panel for the BCS.