Cybersecurity people: The good, the bad and the broken

Presented by

Tom Odams, Becky Pinkard; Rob Black; Thom Langford; Ros Taylor; Trevor Reschke; Rick Holland; Kacey C.

About this talk

RANT has teamed up with Digital Shadows to try answer a number of cybersecurity related questions while raising money for Barnardo’s. This is not a webinar, but a chance to discuss big questions with big personalities, while hearing from genuinely interesting speakers. Agenda: 16:00 - 16:10 BST- Welcome Note - Tom Odams- RANT Events - James Chappell- Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Shadows 16:10 - 16:50 BST- First Panel Discussion:People of the dark web: A Digital Shadows researcher lifts the lid on the people, dramas and latest communities growing in popularity on the dark web – with a big picture perspective provided by an end-user and cyber academic. - Becky Pinkard- CISO, Aldermore Bank PLC - Rob Black - Deputy Director, National Cyber Deception Laboratory - Kacey C.- Threat Researcher, Digital Shadows 16:50 - 17:30 BST- Second Panel Discussion:The psychology of being on the front lines – with a psychologist, CISO and SOC manager talking about the mental health impacts of working in a fast-advancing ‘always-on’ space. - Thom Langford- Founder, (TL)2 Security - Ros Taylor- CEO & Founder, RTC Leadership & Coaching - Rick Holland- CISO & VP Strategy, Digital Shadows 17:30 - 17:45 BST- 15-minute talk: Fire questions at the someone who kicked down doors for a living: One-to-many interviews with an ex soldier talking about their history and career in cyber following it. - Trevor Reschke- Head of Threat Intelligence, Trusted Knight 17:45 - 18:00 BST- Event Close: Final comments and continued discussion on RANT’s virtual pub – The Isolation Arms

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