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show preview TOMORROW'S SECURITY TODAY! THIS YEAR'S INFOSECURITY EUROPE SHOW WILL REFLECT THE NEED FOR THE INFORMATION SECURITY INDUSTRY TO GET ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE CYBER ADVERSARY, IN THE NEVER-ENDING BATTLE TO STAY SAFE The theme of this year's Infosecurity Europe is 'Building Tomorrow's Security Today', reflecting the need for the information security industry to get one step ahead of the cyber adversary. The Keynote Stage will address the challenges of building strong cybersecurity strategies and tactics to protect an organisation's critical information assets as the world around transforms, providing practical, actionable takeaways. There will be three opening keynotes: Tuesday 5 June: Baroness Dido Harding, Chair of NHS Improvement, on 'View from the Board: A CEO's Perspective on Cybersecurity'. Drawing on her seven years as chief executive of TalkTalk, Harding will explore what a CEO really needs from the information security function, how to promote a security culture across the enterprise and how, in the event of a breach, to work with the CEO to minimise impact and protect the reputation of the organisation. Wednesday 6 June: Baroness Martha Lane Fox, co-founder, and cofounder & executive chair, Doteveryone, on 'Dystopia or Utopia? Privacy & Cybersecurity in the Digital Age'. From her time over the last two decades in online business and her work with government, Lane Fox will explore the privacy implications of our increasingly networked world and how they affect the work of the information security community. Thursday 7 June: Robert Hannigan, former director general, GCHQ, on 'Weaponising the Web: Nation-State Hacking & What it Means for Enterprise Cybersecurity'. Hannigan will discuss the reality of alleged nation-state sponsored cybercrime, the risk to different types of organisations and how to mitigate that risk. Other speakers will include representatives INFOSECURITY SHOW from companies and organisations including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), KPN Telecom, LinkedIn, Marks & Spencer, National Crime Agency, NCSC, Network Rail, Ramsay Healthcare UK, Sainsbury's and Vodafone. FAME AT LAST The Keynote Stage will once again host Infosecurity Europe's annual Hall of Fame, which celebrates the achievements of internationally recognised information security visionaries, luminaries and practitioners. This year's Hall of Fame inductee is security researcher James Lyne, who will be in conversation with Infosecurity Magazine editor Eleanor Dallaway on the Keynote WHERE: Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, London W14 8UX WHEN: Tuesday 05 June: 09:30-17:30 Wednesday 06 June: 09:30-17:30 Thursday 07 June: 09:30-16:00 HOW: Registration is free until midnight 4 June. After this onsite registration costs £35. To register, please visit: 8 computing security May/June 2018 @CSMagAndAwards

show preview Stage, Thursday, 7 June, 11:05-11:45. Lyne will also be on a panel for a second time on the Keynote Stage, 'Cyber Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities and How to Defend Against Them', on Wednesday, 6 June, 11:10-12:15. New for 2018 is Infosecurity Europe's Geek Street theatre, which will be located on the ground floor of the National Hall. An immersive zone, it will see technical experts share their expertise in a series on in-depth, independent technical research sessions, with more interactive presentations, immersive content and demonstrations on the show floor than ever before. There will also be an interactive learning challenge and visitors can have some fun applying their skills in the show's daily 'fastest lockpicker' competition! Sessions will include: 'Security is an Illusion: How I Rob Banks', presented by well-known ethical hacker and social engineer Freaky Clown: a light-hearted trip through security failures both physical and electronic that have enabled him over the years to circumvent security of most of the world's largest banks 'What is Quantum Cybersecurity? And Why it Matters', presented by Dr Logan Mailloux, assistant professor, Systems Engineering, United States Air Force: detailed insights on INFOSECURITY EUROPE IN NUMBERS: recent quantum experiments - from quantum computing to space-based quantum communications - a presentation that focuses on assessing the utility of quantum-based security technologies to meet modern security and privacy needs 'Hunting PBX for Vulnerabilities', presented by Symantec's Himanshu Mehta, senior threat analysis engineer and Sachin Wagh, security analyst: walking through the multiple vulnerabilities present in PBX that may possess threat to any individual or organisation WHERE THE REAL RISKS LIE Also new for 2018 is Infosecurity Europe's Cybersecurity for Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Symposium, which takes place Wednesday, 6 June, in Olympia's Conference Centre. The keynote presentation will look at where the real risks lie for CNI - from the insider threat to supply chain risk; which cyber adversaries are targeting CNI; and what measures should CNI cyber defenders take to combat these threats. A second presentation will look at 'Industrial IoT: Rethinking Cyber Defence Strategies for Connected OT (Operational Technology) & IT Networks', and there will be two separate 400+ exhibitors showcasing the most relevant information security solutions 19,500+ information security professionals 240+ free-to-attend conference sessions led by industry influencers 300+ speakers taking part in 140+ hours of seminar time FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND For the first time, this year Infosecurity Europe will also be using Olympia's National Hall. There will be two entrances: one via the Grand Hall opposite Olympia Station, and the second using the National Hall entrance on Hammersmith Road. In addition, Infosecurity Europe's Keynote Stage and Security Workshops have both moved to Olympia's Conference Centre, which is accessed via the Hammersmith Road entrance. discussions: the first on 'NIS-Directive - What you Should Know & Do' and the second on 'Developing a Cyber Defence Strategy to Build Resilience in Critical National Infrastructure' that will look at how CNI organisations can build the resilience that is needed to withstand a cyber-attack. The full Conference Programme is scheduled to run across nine theatres at the show. Security Workshops are this year located in the Conference Centre: two-hour in-depth sessions covering a range of business-critical topics in a practical and interactive format. In the Grand Hall, there will again be vendor-led Tech Talks and Strategy Talks, technical bitesize presentations addressing the latest challenges in information security and cyber security, as well as the Information Security Exchange (ISE) - a series of 60-minute presentations, bringing together end-users and vendors to engage in open discussion and exchange expertise in a series of in-depth presentations, panel discussions and case studies. GRAND DESIGNS The Discovery Zone and the Cyber Innovation Zones are located upstairs in the Grand Hall and will feature some of the most innovative new companies in the industry. The UK Cyber Security Innovation Zone is where the 13 companies who have taken part in a national competition to find the UK's Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company 2018 will be located. The competition, organised by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and sponsored by SNC-Lavalin Atkins, will see four finalists in action, pitching their new products and services in front of the Keynote Stage audience and expert judging panel on Wednesday, 6 June. This event is part of Infosecurity Week, which will also feature the 2018 Cloud Security Alliance Summit and Women in Cybersecurity Networking event. For further information, please visit @CSMagAndAwards May/June 2018 computing security 9