Dan Raywood

Cyber Security and Privacy Journalist

Dan Raywood is a journalist with more than 20 years experience of professional writing, including more than 12 years covering cybersecurity for publications including SC Magazine and Infosecurity Magazine. Dan is also a former Analyst in the Information Security Practice at 451 Research, and has spoken at shows including 44CON, SecuriTay, SteelCon, Irisscon and Infosecurity Europe.

My Sessions

Navigating Risks With Cyber Insurance

The significance of the cyber insurance industry is growing given the frequency and severity of breaches. Having an insurance policy that covers cyber-related incidents is critical for businesses, and no longer a 'nice to have' in the digital economy. But not all insurance policies provide comprehensive coverage, so just how much coverage do you need and what practical benefits can it offer to your security leaders?

Join this session to understand the full scope of what insurance policies do and don't cover, industry insights into new claim trends and regulatory priorities.

Host
Speakers
  • Adrian Davis, Chief Executive Officer, Information Assurance Advisory Council
  • Mark Hendry, Director, Data Protection and Cyber Security, DWF Law LLP
  • Sasha Romanosky, PhD, Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
Cloud Matters: Data Storage, Migration and Access Management in the New Normal

One year on from the biggest transformation in the way we work, organisations have had to embrace digital transformation and with that create migration to the cloud. With cloud migration and data storage accelerated, organisations need to keep in mind privacy and security. This panel will look at the challenges and best practice for cloud migration and access management.

Host
Speakers
  • Robert Carolina, Cyber Security, IT, & IP Lawyer, Professor Royal Holloway University
  • Stephen Owen, Chief Information Security Officer, esure Group
  • Kash Mehdi, Sr. Director, Data Governance and Privacy Leader EMEA & LATAM, Informatica
  • Tanya Forsheit, Chair of the Privacy & Data Security Group. Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC
Creating a Cyber Security Culture

Peter Drucker famously said "culture eats strategy for breakfast". Most organisations have a well-documented cyber security strategy - but do they have the culture to support it? Culture can be the elusive, unseen, and sometimes unmeasurable human link that can give organisations a better chance of defending themselves.

This session explores:
  • What cyber security culture is
  • How to implement culture programmes for your workforce, partners and suppliers
  • How to map, measure and benchmark culture
  • The relationship between culture, communications and security awareness
  • Strategies to fortify culture, from working with the board to champion security to creating a receptive environment
Host
Speakers
  • Glen Hymers, Global CISO and Head of Data Protection, Save The Children International
  • Sithembile Songo, Head: Information Security and Risk Management, Public Investment Corporation
  • Oliver Carr, Head of Digital Security Risk & Compliance

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