Watch as we explore Pete’s journey as founder of the UK Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge, Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council and Deputy Director of Cyber Defence for the UK Government Cabinet Office. We also discussed in depth the latest UK Government Cyber Security Strategy which he was instrumental in creating.
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In this Chief's Brief, we were privileged to hear more about Tammy’s career. We also learned about her passion for more responsible cybersecurity being made available to all organisations regardless of size or sector – her innovative and fascinating “Project Smart Robin”.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the session planned for this time was unable to go ahead. We were very pleased (and lucky) that Peter Yapp, a very good friend of SASIG and a consummate professional, was able to take to the stage with no preparation and agreed to take part in a Chief's Brief with Martin. Please enjoy the recording of this impromptu but fascinating session.
While teaching at GCHQ’s cyber school, James realised traditional training methods suited neither the people nor the pace of cybersecurity. He developed the Immersive Labs platform to, for the first time, measure human cyber abilities, map them to risk, and optimise them in line with security strategy. We were privileged to hear more about James' career and views on the threat landscape.
The UK Cyber Security Council is the self-regulatory body for the UK's cyber security profession. It develops, promotes and stewards nationally recognised standards for cyber security in support of the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy to make the UK the safest place to live and work online. Appointed in September 2021, Simon Hepburn is the Council’s first CEO. He is a charity and education executive with over twenty years’ experience in a variety of national and international organisations. He has previously been Chief Executive of a charity, has founded two others, and has held Director roles with a variety of charities, multi-academy trusts and businesses. He was also a Trustee Board member of ACEVO (Association for Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations) and has sat on the BBC Charities Advisory Board. We were privileged to hear more about Simon’s esteemed career, learn about the Council, and discover Simon’s vision for its role and early development. Martin and Simon also discussed their organisations’ partnership for Cybersecurity Skills Festival 3 on 22 February 2022.
We are privileged to hear from NPCC’s National Cybercrime Programme Lead, Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Gould, as he shares how he learned about effective crisis management and incident response through his policing career in counter-terrorism and cybercrime. Andrew has extensive experience of crisis management and leading major covert operations and investigations. He has led the police response to high-profile and large-scale terrorist attacks, including the terrorist attacks on the Algerian BP Gas Plant and Fusilier Lee Rigby in 2013, and cyber attacks such as WannaCry in 2017, as well as many other less high-profile incidents and operations. Drawing on these experiences, Andrew talks about the lessons he has learned about effective crisis management and incident response with a particular focus on leadership resilience – lessons that are directly applicable to any organisation in any crisis.
After a career in the private sector, Helen joined the Metropolitan Police Service. She has since risen through the ranks to Detective Superintendent and taken over the Cyber Crime Lead role – in effect, Helen is the Met’s chief cyber cop. Hear more about her career and her views on the international cybercrime landscape.
With more than 40 years’ experience, our very own Martin Smith MBE is a well-known, colourful and highly respected personality in the information assurance and cybersecurity world. Join us to learn about his career, his passion for effecting change, and his perspective on the cybersecurity industry. Martin will also reveal SASIG’s plans for the new normal post-pandemic.