Meeting the Cyber Challenges of 2012

BCS Internet Specialist Group one-day conference.

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Date/Time:
Thursday 31 March 2011, 9.30 - 17:00

Venue:
BCS London Office, Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Programme

09:00 - 09:45   Registration
09:45 - 10:00   Introduction - Howard Gerlis Chair of Internet Specialist Group
10:00 - 10:45   Captain Ian McGhie, Royal Navy
10:45 - 11:15   Jay Abbott, Director of Threat & Vulnerability Management, PWC
11:15 - 11:30   Tea/Coffee
11:30 - 11:45   Dai Roberts, QCC Information Security - sponsor
11:45 - 12:30   Nigel Titley, Chairman of the Executive Board, Ripe NCC, Chairman of the Board 6 UK
12:30 - 13:30   Lunch
13:30 - 14:15   Dr Adele Louise Carter, MCMI Kitway
14:15 - 14:55   David Spinks, Operational Risk Management Specialist, Chairman CSIRS
14:55 - 15:40   David Lacey, ISSA - UK, Director of Research & Communications
15:40 - 15:55   Angelo Cavagnuolo & Kim Newton, Modular Networks - sponsor
15:55 - 16:10   Tea/Coffee
16:10 - 16:30   Q&A Panel
16:30   End

Speakers:

Captain Ian McGhie Royal Navy
NCSP Programme Delivery in OCSIA - Cabinet Office
"The National Cyber Security Programme"

Promoted Captain in 2008, Capt Ian McGhie RN assumed responsibilities as Deputy Director All Source Intelligence in Defence Intelligence in the same year. He moved to the Cabinet Office in late 2009 to help set up the new Office of Cyber Security, where his main roles centre on policy development (including in relation to SDSR and CSR outcomes), and delivery of the National Cyber Security Programme.

As instigator of the UKs National Cyber Security Programme, his talk will dispel what the National Cyber Security Programme actually is, as well as what it is not with a focus on the areas and capability his office is seeking to deliver over the next four years.

Dr Adele-Louise Carter TD, DBA, MBA, BSc(Hons),FBCS, CITP, CEng, CMgr, MCMI Kiteway
"Safety Critical Vs. Security Critical Software"

Adele is the MD of Kiteway Ltd, a technical business services company. Adele has recently undertaken a large knowledge engineering exercise and will be presenting the findings on safety-critical versus security-critical software and the way ahead. Adele is a proactive member of the BCS Community of Security Experts and has much experience in the safety-critical software arena.

Prof. David Lacey ISSA-UK
Director of Research & Communications
"Preparing for the Unknown"

David Lacey is a well known thought leader in information security management and a member of the Info security Europe 'Hall of Fame'. He has more than 25 years professional experience in designing and directing security and risk programmes for large organisations, Royal Dutch / Shell Group, Royal Mail and the FCO. David is a keen innovator and pioneer of new techniques. Amongst other things, he developed the original content that formed the basis of the ISO 27000 security standard, and is a founder of the Jericho Forum, of which he is an Honorary Fellow. David is now an independent researcher, writer and consultant,and serves as Director of Research for the ISSA (UK). He is the author of several books, recently outsourcing and off-shoring.

David Spinks
Operational Risk Management Specialist, Chairman CSIRS
"Understanding the new Cyber Landscape, signs and revised approach: A Call to Arms"

David has spent the last 40 years working in various Risk Management roles within a CNI environment. David’s presentation will attempt to provide a pragmatic analysis of the current Cyber Security Threat and more importantly discuss why these threats might be of immediate concern to all business leaders. Finally David would like to make recommendations as to commercially viable actions and potential risk mitigation strategies to be considered.

Nigel Titley Chairman of the Executive Board, RIPE NCC
Chairman of the Board 6UK
"IPv6 What's all the fuss about?"

For ten years or more, the impending exhaustion of the address space of the legacy internet protocol, IPv4, has been planned for by the networking community but attempts to engage the corporate world in order to make an orderly transition to IPv6 have largely fallen on deaf ears. Now that Ipv4 address space is actually exhausted, what should we be doing to ensure that the Internet continues to grow.

Jay Abbott MBCS CITP, CISSP, CEH, A.Inst.ISP
Director of Threat & Vulnerability Management, PWC
"The UK Cyber Challenge"

We want to excite and inspire those who wouldn't necessarily consider cyber security as a legitimate career, while at the same time identifying the most talented individuals.