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
Paul TaylorPartner and UK Lead for Cyber in the Boardroom, KPMG
Paul has led the delivery of some of the most demanding national security programmes in the UK, operating at the very highest levels of government. He is uniquely qualified to understand the evolving threat environment, as well as having an exceptional track record of driving and delivering change in complex organisations. Paul’s contribution to the…
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 WattsCISO, Dominos Pizza
Paul has worked in Information and Cyber Security for over thirteen years of a twenty-three year career in IT. He has held senior Information Security Leadership roles in sectors including UK Critical National Infrastructure, Retail, Finance and Media and currently heads up the security operation for Domino’s Pizza Group PLC, who operate the Domino’s brand…
Nick NagleCISO, Condé Nast
Nick is an Information Security Professional, CISSP, CISM, CISA & CeH certified, providing information security management, architecture and technical consultancy. He is experienced in leading the design, implementation and maintaining of security projects, services and frameworks within international organisations. Nick has a proven track record for the effective deployment, management and maturing of both information…
Mark WalmsleyCISO, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Mark is a legally trained and highly motivated Chief Information Security Officer who has benefited from working in client facing, strategic and operational/project roles. The majority of his professional career has focused on understanding and managing risk including physical, behavioural and technical challenges. He is an analytical, forward thinking strategist focusing on information security and using…
Ciaran MartinCEO, National Cyber Security Centre
Ciaran Martin was the director general for government and industry cyber security at GCHQ, before becoming CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre in February 2016. Ciaran is also a member of the GCHQ board and spent three years as head of security and intelligence at the Cabinet Office.
The European Information Security Summit is now the largest and most comprehensive cyber security summit in Europe.
It features parallel streams focusing on Culture & Education, Data & Technology, and the Threat Landscape – giving you three conferences in one.
In addition, TEISS also features dedicated Workshop sessions for small groups, and the freedom to build a bespoke agenda and attend the sessions that suit your exact challenges.
Join 500+ Cyber Security and Information Technology professionals to discuss the latest issues.
Better cyber security is rarely about computer science, but more about behavioural science and the cyber security culture in your organisation.
This Stream will feature a panel session focusing on measuring the impact of your security training programmes. Other sessions include case studies on securing the information supply chain; how to effectively communicate threat intelligence; and alternative approaches to recruiting the next generation of cyber security specialists.
Perfect for: CIOs, Chief Risk Officers, CISOs, Heads of Business Resilience, Heads of Business Intelligence, Heads of Business Continuity
This Stream focuses on some of the legal and technical challenges facing organisations today.
Sessions in this Stream include two panel sessions – one focusing on lessons for Information Security professionals on the use of Blockchain technology, and the other on global data protection variations and GDPR. Other sessions include case studies on developing and deploying new models identifying, storing and sharing sensitive data, as well as the latest security tools from Google.
CTOs, CIOs, Heads of Information Security, Heads of Data Security, Heads of Cloud Services, Heads of IT
This Stream focuses on the wide nature of threats that can be utilised by cyber criminals, and the human, rather than technical, responses that organisations should be taking.
Sessions at TEISS 2019 include a high-level panel looking at the current and predicted trends in cyber threats; the security risk from legacy IoT connected devices; real-cases of Social Engineering; and the latest research into the cyber security of AI itself.
Perfect for: Chief Security Officers, CISOs, CTOs, Heads of IT, Heads of Security, Heads of Compliance, Heads of Privacy, Heads of Governance, Chief Technical Architects
How organisations can work together to defend everyone from cyber criminality
How senior Cyber Security Executives safeguard their own mental health, and those of their teams
Measuring progress in cultural change – which metrics are quantifiable, repeatable and comparable
Why your compliance checklists don’t offer the information security you need
GDPR and global data protection variations
External Threats: Emerging recent trends in cyber criminality and the current risk landscape
Best-practice in working with suppliers to identify shared vulnerabilities
Blockchain beyond the marketing: Where is it currently in use, and what are the lessons for Information Security professionals?
Real cases of Social Engineering: Hackers, competitors and insiders
Effective threat intelligence communication strategies: Upwards, downwards and outwards
Automatic profiling and GDPR: Is your use of AI to profile users and make automated decisions compliant?
Tickets for TEISS 2019 are currently available at £899 for private sector or £699 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 welcome more than 500 delegates and 70 speakers over the course of the two day summit.
Yes, you will be able to jump between streams as often as you like.
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.