BAE Systems Private Cyber Threat Intelligence Top Table

  • Date & Venue

    Tuesday 16th October 2018
    18:00 – 21:00

    Starting with drinks at ‘One Moorgate Place’ – a beautiful grade-II listed venue in the heart of the City of London – for high-level networking, followed by our Legal Top Table event, offering debate and discussion with peers and leading legal technology experts around the challenges currently faced within the legal sector.

    Venue Details

    One Moorgate Place, Chartered Accountants Hall

    1 Moorgate Pl, London EC2R 6EA View Map

  • Agenda & Key 'Take-aways' from this exclusive evening

    Hear from BAE Systems’ world leading cyber threat intelligence team on current attacks hitting the UK legal sector at this exclusive dinner event.  This will be followed by a cyber-attack simulation that will test your organisation’s crisis management capability before hearing from renowned security expert Dr. Simon Moores while dinner is served.

    After dinner drinks will be served in the Reception room where you’ll have the opportunity to network with peers from the UK’s top law firms.

    Key takeaways from the evening:

    1. Understand the cyber threats facing UK law firms
    2. Learn what is likely to happen if your organisation is attacked and how you should respond
    3. Understand what “Good” Incident Response look like
    4. Be prepared with key critical success factors to successfully managing a cyber-attack.
  • Speakers

    Julian Cracknell

    MD, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

    Julian is the Managing Director of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, appointed in May 2017, and is a member of the   BAE Systems Executive Committee.

    Previously, Julian held a number of senior positions in the company’s Applied Intelligence business, including most   recently Managing Director for its International Services and Solutions division. Prior to this, Julian was Managing   Director of Applied Intelligence’s UK Services business, where he was responsible for client relationships and delivery across National Security, Government and the Commercial markets. He was also responsible for the Systems Integration and Consultancy workforces.

    Before joining BAE Systems in 2012, Julian worked at Logica in a number of roles including Director of National Security and Business Unit Manager for Defence Systems. Julian’s background includes the delivery of large software development programmes, commercial management and leading business development teams.

    Career highlights: Taking on the leadership of the Applied Intelligence business and seeing up close the incredible work that it does for its clients across the world.

    James Allman-Talbot

    Global Head of Cyber Incident Response, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

    James Allman-Talbot is the Global Head of Cyber Incident Response at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. For the past 9 years James has investigated cyber crime in both law enforcement and private sector environments, including 5 years examining digital evidence in criminal cases with the Metropolitan Police Service in London.

    James leads the incident response team at BAE Systems, where he and his team respond to complex nation-state cyber attacks affecting governments and large, multi-national commercial entities. He holds a Masters degree in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London, and has been referenced in books published on the topic of digital forensics.

    Dr. Simon Moores

    Futurist, Information Risk Analyst, Writer & Presenter, Zentelligence (Research)

    Security futurist and risk consultant Dr. Simon Moores uses his expertise in social media, ‘disruptive technologies’,   ‘Big Data’, and ‘cyber security’ to forecast how emerging trends will shape the future of business. A respected thought   leader in tech and an international keynote speaker, Simon advises government, companies and the media as   Managing Director of Zentelligence (Research) Ltd, whose client and partner list boasts Microsoft, Unisys, Symantec,   British and foreign parliamentary bodies.

    The digital strategist is particularly well recognised for his work on eGovernment, cyber-risk, and online espionage; serving as Programme Director and Chair of the annual international eCrime Congress, Simon works towards a safer Internet for everyone by building public awareness and bringing together key players in the high tech security world.

    The former Chief Executive and Chairman of The Research Group has chaired and keynoted at numerous forums and conferences across the globe including: Visa’s annual Payment Card Industry (PCI/DSS) Europe; the Emirates Forum in Dubai; and the Middle-east e-Government conference; the Irish Software Industry’s annual conference in Dublin; IDG Europe’s security conference in Milan; and the Ministry of Justice’s conference in London.

    He is Vice Chairman of the Conservative Technology Forum, serves as a conference Chair of the UK Internet Policy Forum, is co-author of the Conservative Party’s ‘Digital Plan for Britain’, and is director of the centre-right open market policy ‘think tank’, Aediles.

    As well as appearing on numerous TV and radio outlets, such as Channel 4, ITV, CNN, CNBC and Bloomberg, the former columnist for Silicon.Com and Computer Weekly has made frequent contributions to a number of leading publications in the IT industry, as well as national and international press: including The Guardian, eGov monitor, The Economist, The New Statesman and The Observer, and The Saudi Economic Review.

    He is also a visiting lecturer in the Applied Sciences & Computing department at Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Foreseeing a burning need for business models to keep up as technology, platforms, and data evolve at smoke-producing speed, Simon makes audiences question whether this is the end of the market and society as we know it.

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