The award-winning 8th Annual
European Information Security Summit
12th – 13th February 2019, London
The European Information Security Summit is now in its 8th year and
is the largest and most comprehensive cyber security summit in Europe
TEISS Stories brings together everything that we learnt at The European Information Security Summit 2018, which took place in London earlier this year. The aim is to tell the stories heard during the event whilst evoking all your memories of the event.
Nuno Oliveira, INTEGRITY S.A.- Consulting & Advisory
Julie AlexanderDirector, Urban Development & Smart Cities, Siemens
Julie is a Director for Urban Development and leads on the Smart Cities sector for Siemens. With her global remit working with cities around the world, she is responsible for engaging with cities to showcase the role of infrastructure and integrated technological solutions in urban development. Her recent book Smart Cities: Cities in the Digital…
Thom LangfordCISO, Publicis Groupe
As Chief Information Security Officer of Publicis Groupe, Thom is responsible for all aspects of information security risk and compliance as well as managing the Groupe Information Security Programme. Additionally the role is responsible for business continuity capabilities across the Groupe’s global operations. Having successfully built security and IT programmes from the ground up Thom brings an often…
Paul HeffernanGroup CISO, Unipart Group
Paul is the Group CISO for Unipart Group of Companies. With nine years’ experience in the cyber security world, including consulting to some of the world’s biggest brands and he engages with the business at board level to enable trusted secure commerce. With an ‘ethical hacker’ background, he is able to address complex security challenges…
The award-winning TEISS (The European Information Security Summit) is now the largest and most comprehensive cyber security summit in Europe, from the portfolio of Business Reporter.
It features parallel conferences on culture and education, data and technology, and on securing the Internet of Things – giving you three conferences in one. In addition, it also features dedicated training sessions for small groups, and the ability to build a bespoke agenda that suits your exact challenges.
Join 500+ Cyber Security and Information Technology professionals to discuss the latest issues.
The biggest challenge to getting cyber security right is not technology – it’s staff. Uneducated staff are the main point of weakness for hackers, but training programmes are often too technical for most people to remember and many cyber security processes get in the way of daily work so are ignored. This stream will give case studies of training programmes that worked, and steps that can be taken to mitigate the risk.
Perfect for: CIO, Chief Risk Officer, CISO, Head of Business Resilience, Head of Business Intelligence, Head of Business Continuity
The forecast evolution of cyber crime, and what we must do differently to combat it
Best practices for instilling a pervasive corporate culture of cyber security
Securing data and identity across the cloud and outside the perimeter
The challenges and opportunities of identity management in the Internet of Things
Creating agile systems that can adapt to new forms of attack
Improving cyber security in the extended enterprise
Technology is changing, and the hackers are using it too. That means it’s essential to understand what it can do, how it can be used against you, how it can benefit your security procedures, and how it will change them. This stream will look at behavioural analysis, machine learning, AI, quantum computing encryption, and behaviour analytics, in the context of both hacking and corporate usage.
Perfect for: CTO, CISO, Head of Data Security, Head of Cloud, Head of IT
The increasing number of connected devices massively increases the vulnerability of a corporate network. Many of these devices have no security protocols built in or registered with the IT department. This stream will look at best practices for managing security processes in the Internet of Things, including estate management, encryption and authentication.
Perfect for: Head of Compliance, Head of Privacy, Head of Governance, Chief Technical Architect and Head of IT Security.
Tickets for TEISS 2019 are currently available at £699 for private sector or £499 for public sector. Register now or for more information call Lace on 020 8349 6458 or email Lace.firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in February!
*winners of the Bronze award for Best Event linked in a Publication at the Conference Awards 2017
TEISS 2019 will feature more than 500 delegates enjoying 100 speakers over the course of the two day summit.
Yes, you will be able to jump between streams as often as you like. However there is a small extra charge for training sessions. Please contact us if you would like to attend these.
Yes, we will send you the slides from the summit sessions around a week after the event.
Yes! The event is CPD certified and certificates of attendance can be generated after the event upon request.