Cyber Resilience

Date:
Wednesday 18 November 2015

Venue:
BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA

Time:
6.30pm - 8.00pm

Cost:
Free to attend for both BCS Members and non-members.

Speaker:

Philip Huggins FBCS CITP

As the Vice President of Security Science for Stroz Friedberg’s London office, Phil Huggins is responsible for leading customer cyber engagements across a wide range of security science disciplines including; cyber operating model development, cyber resilience strategy development, cyber risk reviews, strategic cyber threat assessments and cyber maturity assessments. Mr. Huggins has extensive experience as a risk analyst, a security architect and previously as a penetration tester, as well as 20 years’ experience providing security advice to clients and leading project management on large cyber security programs.

His extensive industry experience spans Financial Services, Secure Government, Law Enforcement, Central Government, Telecommunications, Transport and Energy sectors. He has also regularly contributed to regulator-led industry-wide activity, such as; the Waking Shark 2 cyber exercise, the development of the CBEST scheme and has advised on defending against targeted attacks for dissemination by the government lead on Critical National Infrastructure.

Synopsis:

A presentation by Philip Huggins on Cyber Resilience.

Phil will cover the following:

  • Why are we worrying about Cyber attacks?
  • What are the key Issues?
  • What is Cyber Resistance?
  • Residual Risks and Big Risks
  • What is Cyber Resilience?
  • Challenges
  • Key ingredients in a successful cyber programme
  • Key characteristics of successful cyber programmes
  • Role of regulators and boards in managing systemic cyber risk