Fortium are pleased to announce that we have confirmed our guest speakers for the Thought Leaders' Panel at IBC's Cyber Security Forum, 13th September. The topic for the panel debate is: Risk, resilience and reputation: Being cyber secure across your entire organisation by Fortium COO Ceri Coburn, who has been instrumental in creating Fortium's unique file encryption at-rest solution MediaSeal.
The panellists are:
Edna Conway currently serves as Cisco’s Chief Security Officer, Global Value Chain, creating clear strategies to deliver secure operating models for the digital economy. She has built new organizations delivering cyber security, compliance, risk management, sustainability and value chain transformation. She drives a comprehensive security architecture across Cisco’s third-party ecosystem. Her insight is often featured in a range of publications, analyst reports, and case studies, including Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg, CIO Magazine and the Wall Street Journal.
With over 25 years of experience in numerous industries, Mohamed Abuagla has been in the midst of business transformation and technology in various capacities. After graduating with a degree in Systems Engineering from George Mason University, Mr. Abuagla’s career included experience in education, finance, healthcare, telecom, defence and media. His work experience spanned stints in established enterprises, government organisations, startups and entrepreneurial business ventures. Being a major catalyst & champion for digital transformation across industries, he's a regular speaker on various issues of technology, transformation and security on many international and local conferences.
Adde became CTO of Sveriges (SVT) of Sweden in 2016, and is responsible for SVT's technical unit. He is driven by innovation, renewing and developing the television industry, both in production and technology. His energy and visionary thinking helps SVT to take new steps in the technical fields of broadcasting. SVT is the biggest TV network in Sweden and provides both original and licenced programming across Sweden.
The CISO has never been so important. With cyber-attacks grabbing headlines around the world organisations are realising that they need to move from a reactive, fire-fighting mode, where cyber may be regarded as merely an IT issue, to a proactive stance so that boards stay ahead of and manage potentially devastating risks. CISOs need to drive a comprehensive cyber plan for managing people, capital and technology risks across the entire organisation by aligning and integrating the relevant functions – IT security, human resources, compliance and fraud prevention, and risk management – into a cohesive, cyber resilient business.
More information on the IBC 2018 Cyber Security Forum can be found on their website.