Wednesday 4 November, 11am-12noon (GMT)
Security is not a competitive advantage; an attack against one is an attack against all. There is a need – more than ever before – for organisations to work collectively and collaboratively with each other and law enforcement, to share information to fight cybercrimes and threats pro-actively.
The Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA) is a non-profit public-private partnership that analyses information, turning it into actionable intelligence for industry and law enforcement. We explore its processes of collective discovery, triage, communications, remediation and recovery. We share recent case studies that we can all learn from. Although focussed on financial services, the lessons apply to all sectors.
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Stevie Wilson (info), CEO, CDA
Garry Lillburn (info), Operations Director, CDA
Tim West (info), Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, CDA
T/Detective Superintendent Kirsty Goldsmith (info), Cyber Crime Unit, Metropolitan Police Service
Maggie Titmuss (info), Director Intelligence and Incident Response, Lloyds Banking Group