The Information Risk webinar focused on how organisations in different industries perceive the risks to this strategic asset, and how they are approaching the management of information risk.
November 20th 2013, 3.00 – 4.00 GMT. Now available on demand.
Four expert speakers engaged in an informal discussion chaired by The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Denis McCauley for one hour.
Chairman: Denis McCauley, Editorial Director, The Economist Intelligence Unit
Dominique Guinard, Chief Technology Officer, EVRYTHNG
Evrythng is a company that connects products to the internet, allowing physical objects to provide information about who owns them and how they are being used. Dominique will talk expertly about the information that the internet of things has started to provide, and how that information should be valued and used.
Andrzej Kawalec, Chief Technology Officer, HP Enterprise Security
Andrzej leads a global research and innovation team, with a particular focus upon Cloud, Consumerisation, Cyber Security and the business risks surrounding information security systems, policies, users and process.
Andrzej has intimate knowledge of both the macro and micro challenges facing organisations today. He works at Board-level across the public and private sectors to help define and promote information strategies.
Amar Singh, UK Chair, ISACA Security Advisory Group
Amar has worked in senior cyber security roles across a number of sectors including online gaming and the NHS, as well as most recently at NI Group, formerly News International, the most high profile newspaper publisher in Britain. He will share his expertise as a C-level information risk executive, giving his views on how information risk strategy should be aligned with core business objectives.
Stephen Page, Non-executive director
Stephen is one of the UK’s leading experts on how boards can face the risks, challenges and opportunities of the digital age. He has helped lead some of the world’s most complex, mission-critical IT and the businesses which rely on it; he also brings specialist expertise in counterterrorism and cyber security.