IT Security incidents occur simply because people don’t always get it right or otherwise they have some malicious intent. This event aims to consider some of the main actions as audit and risk professionals we can take to address the human threat landscape. The speakers will be drawing from a wide range of experience in the audit and technology sectors and outlining some of the main control areas IT security and audit personnel must review in order to improve controls, be effective leaders and add value at all levels of organisations. Come along and enjoy an opportunity to share experiences and network together in this first joint IIA and ISACA Scotland event.
FREE and OPEN to NON-MEMBERS
Timetable:17:30hrs - Doors open: Registration and Networking (Snacks and drinks will be provided) (3 CPEs)18:00hrs – Start. Speakers:
Allan Munn, ISACA Scottish Chapter Vice-President. Data Security - GDPR Lessons Learned
Annabel Berry, CEO, Sapphire. The Human Factor – Securing Your People
Stephan Wandel, ISACA Board Member and CRISC champion.
(Time for your questions will also be available at the end) 20:30 – Close
We are grateful for the sponsorship provided by Sapphire for this evening event and are delighted to have Annabel Berry as our main speaker. She was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Sapphire in 2015 and has a career spanning over 20 years in the cyber security industry. Annabel has recently been recognised by CRN as one of the most influential women in the UK IT channel and included in their 2018 A-List. Annabel's expertise lies in the development and implementation of new strategies and identifying emerging technologies. As a member of everywoman.com, Annabel takes an active involvement in encouraging more women into the cyber security industry and is proud to have recently been invited to become a Leadership Fellow at St. George's House, Windsor Castle.
Established in 1996, Sapphire provides dedicated data assurance services and best of breed security solutions enabling our clients to protect their infrastructures, assets, data and users against current and emerging threats. As the founders of the National Information Security Conference (NISC), now in its 19th year, we also deliver events that focus on promoting security awareness and sharing the latest trends in defence and attack. Working in partnership with our clients is important to us and we offer an extensive range of services and solutions to meet the security challenges businesses face today. For further information visit www.sapphire.net.