Most companies have had cyber security strategies in place for some time. But they need constantly to update them to keep up with the changing nature of the threats.
• How do you re-assess existing and potential risks to the organisation?
• How do you build those assessments into a re-building of your existing cyber security strategy?
• The key people responsible for the strategy are those in charge of IT and security, but to what extent should the chief executive and the rest of the senior management team, as well as the board of directors, become involved?
• Government initiatives: what has been/will be the impact of EU and member state cyber security strategies on companies? What sort of assistance is available from EU institutions like ENISA and member state government agencies, and how useful is it?
Professor Doctor Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)
Carlos Moreira, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, WISeKey
Val Rahmani, Board Member, Aberdeen Asset Management; Board Member, Teradici; Board Member, Decooda;
Board Member, Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Rod Wallace, Chief Information Security Officer, Pearson
Moderator:Hannah Kuchler, San Francisco Correspondent,Financial Times