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10th Cyber Security Masterclass and Summit

Cyber threats demand of governments, agencies and corporates the ability to work at sharply increased pace to offer protection from the explosive increase in the dangers countries face from the exponential increase in the volume and speed of attacks delivered by a highly variegated set of opponents.

Three leading US security officials make key contributions to this forum, the tenth in the annual Cityforum series with NSA; Mr George Barnes, Deputy Director, NSA and Mr Rob Joyce, Senior Adviser for Cybersecurity Strategy, National Security Agency [NSA] are joined by Mr Ciaran Martin, CEO, National Cyber Security Centre [NCSC] and other prominent British officials, industrialists, academics and security experts from the media.

The morning features the traditional opening masterclass on issues chosen by its distinguished contributors.  The day continues with an assessment of ‘how to deal with threats to infrastructure that are developing quite alarming implications’.  The industry discussants in this session have an important perspective to elaborate.  The lunch session is on ‘civil liberties’ and the afternoon is devoted to an appraisal of who will dominate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.  A quite outstanding panel including Professor John Savage, An Wang Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, Brown University, Professor Kerry Brown, Director Lau China Institute, KCL and Mr Vikram Sharma Founder & CEO, QuintessenceLabs join Mr Mike Steinmetz, Senior Adviser Homeland Security, State of Rhode Island in an extended round table discussion which will focus on what can be done in circumstances where time is extremely short – a leitmotif for this whole event.

Mr George Barnes, Deputy Director, National Security Agency is confirmed to participate and his position on the agenda will be confirmed shortly.

We are pleased to also confirm the attendance of

Professor Kerry Brown Director Lau China Institute King’s College London

Mr Gordon Corera Security Correspondent BBC and author of Intercept:The Secret History of Computers and Spies

Professor Paul Cornish Chief Strategist Cityforum

The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP Chairman Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament

Mr Rob Joyce Senior Adviser for Cyber Security Strategy National Security Agency & former Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council and Homeland Security Adviser to the White House

Hon Franklin D Kramer Distinguished Fellow, Scowcroft Center for Strategy & Security Atlantic Council

Air Commodore Phil Lester Head Doctrine, Air Space & Cyber DCDC

Mr Brian Lord Managing Director,Cyber PGI

Mr Paul Maddinson Counsellor Digital Security, British Embassy Washington FCO

Sir David Omand  Visiting Professor Kings College London & former National Security Co-ordinator

Professor John Savage An Wang Emeritus Professor of Computer Science Brown University, US

Dr Vikram Sharma Founder & CEO QuintessenceLabs

Mr Mike Steinmetz  Senior Advisor Homeland Security State of Rhode Island

If you would like to participate, either as a speaker, a delegate, or as a sponsor, please contact Veronica Scott at vscott@cityforum.co.uk for further information.

Agenda

A draft agenda can be viewed here: Tenth Cyber Security Summit – Agenda as at 24.10.18

Speakers

George Barnes

Deputy Director NSA

Professor Kerry Brown

Director Lau China Institute King’s College London

Mr Gordon Corera

Security Correspondent BBC and author of Intercept:The Secret History of Computers and Spies

Professor Paul Cornish

Chief Strategist Cityforum

The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve

QC MP Chairman Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament

Ms Miriam Howe

Senior Security Consultant BAE System

Mr Rob Joyce

Senior Adviser for Cyber Security Strategy National Security Agency & former Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council and Homeland Security Adviser to the White House

Air Commodore Phil Lester

Head Doctrine, Air Space & Cyber DCDC

Mr Brian Lord

Managing Director, Cyber PGI

Hon Franklin D Kramer

Distinguished Fellow, Scowcroft Center for Strategy & Security Atlantic Council

Paul Maddinson

Counsellor Digital Security, British Embassy Washington FCO

Professor John Mallery

Research Scientist, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Mr Ciaran Martin

CEO, National Cyber Security Centre

Mr Stuart Murdoch

CEO and Founder Surevine

Sir David Omand 

Visiting Professor Kings College London & former National Security Co-ordinator

Mr Rupert Pearce

CEO Inmarsat

Professor John Savage

An Wang Emeritus Professor of Computer Science Brown University, US

Dr Vikram Sharma

Founder & CEO QuintessenceLabs

Mr Mike Steinmetz

Adviser to the Governor of Rhode Island

Ms Maria Vello

CEO Cyber Defence Alliance

Mr Graham Wright

Senior Vice President Cyber and Security Inmarsat

Registration

Tuesday 30th October 2018

2018-10-30 09:00:00 2018-10-30 17:00:00 Europe/London 10th Cyber Security Masterclass and Summit Cyber threats demand of governments, agencies and corporates the ability to work at sharply increased pace to offer protection from the explosive increase in the dangers countries face from the exponential increase in the volume and speed of attacks delivered by a highly variegated set of opponents. Three leading US security officials make key contributions to this forum, the tenth in the annual Cityforum series with NSA; Mr George Barnes, Deputy Director, NSA and Mr Rob Joyce, Senior Adviser for Cybersecurity Strategy, National Security Agency [NSA] are joined by Mr Ciaran Martin, CEO, National Cyber Security Centre [NCSC] and other prominent British officials, industrialists, academics and security experts from the media. The morning features the traditional opening masterclass on issues chosen by its distinguished contributors.  The day continues with an assessment of ‘how to deal with threats to infrastructure that are developing quite alarming implications’.  The industry discussants in this session have an important perspective to elaborate.  The lunch session is on ‘civil liberties’ and the afternoon is devoted to an appraisal of who will dominate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.  A quite outstanding panel including Professor John Savage, An Wang Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, Brown University, Professor Kerry Brown, Director Lau China Institute, KCL and Mr Vikram Sharma Founder & CEO, QuintessenceLabs join Mr Mike Steinmetz, Senior Adviser Homeland Security, State of Rhode Island in an extended round table discussion which will focus on what can be done in circumstances where time is extremely short – a leitmotif for this whole event. Mr George Barnes, Deputy Director, National Security Agency is confirmed to participate and his position on the agenda will be confirmed shortly. We are pleased to also confirm the attendance of Professor Kerry Brown Director Lau China Institute King’s College London Mr Gordon Corera Security Correspondent BBC and author of Intercept:The Secret History of Computers and Spies Professor Paul Cornish Chief Strategist Cityforum The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP Chairman Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament Mr Rob Joyce Senior Adviser for Cyber Security Strategy National Security Agency & former Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council and Homeland Security Adviser to the White House Hon Franklin D Kramer Distinguished Fellow, Scowcroft Center for Strategy & Security Atlantic Council Air Commodore Phil Lester Head Doctrine, Air Space & Cyber DCDC Mr Brian Lord Managing Director,Cyber PGI Mr Paul Maddinson Counsellor Digital Security, British Embassy Washington FCO Sir David Omand  Visiting Professor Kings College London & former National Security Co-ordinator Professor John Savage An Wang Emeritus Professor of Computer Science Brown University, US Dr Vikram Sharma Founder & CEO QuintessenceLabs Mr Mike Steinmetz  Senior Advisor Homeland Security State of Rhode Island If you would like to participate, either as a speaker, a delegate, or as a sponsor, please contact Veronica Scott at vscott@cityforum.co.uk for further information. Central London, United Kingdom

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