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FT Cyber Security Summit Day 1

Building a Security-Focussed Corporate Culture across the Board

London |
Speakers include:
Alex Stamos

Alex Stamos

former Chief Security Officer, Facebook

Val Rahmani

Val Rahmani

London Stock Exchange Group

Troels Oerting

Troels Oerting

World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity


Cyber security attacks continue to dominate news headlines. Data breach costs can exceed £4 million. Global cybercrime costs could reach £5 trillion by 2021. As criminals find increasingly innovative ways to bypass software and controls, how can we shift the focus to resilience and active defence? How will interconnected systems be defended and by whom? How can we restore the public’s ‘crisis of trust’? Where is the line between data capture and privacy? Held under Chatham House rule, this event will highlight government and board-level discussions on how to drive cyber security resilience and compliance across the organisation.

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2017 Testimonials

“Insight from my peers around Cyber Security topics made this a great investment in time." Jeff Fawcett, Director, Cisco

“Great platform to exchange with a large variety of people and get deep dives on current issues and trends.” Carl Schmidt-Ehemann, Lufthansa

“Relevant, current and thought provoking.” John Coffey, FCE Bank plc


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Full Overview

Headlines about cyber security attacks continue to dominate the news. The global cost of cybercrime could increase to £5 trillion per year by 2021. High-profile organisations and individuals continue to be targeted for personal data theft, financial information leakages, and copyrighted material. The average cost of a data breach can exceed £4 million. Phishing, hacking and intellectual property (IP) or data theft are the most common forms of cyber crime affecting London businesses. SMEs have become increasingly earmarked as they are perceived as an easier target. As criminals find increasingly innovative ways to bypass detection and protection software and strategies, the focus must shift to reducing the impact of cyber attacks.

Whilst the continued explosion of connectivity and digitalisation, through new and emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), biometrics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and quantum computing enables new possibilities, there are economic and social vulnerabilities to consider. The level of coordination, standardisation and coding required is far more complex than anything previously attempted, how will these interconnected systems be defended and by whom? Can the public’s ‘crisis of trust’ be restored by new data-protection rules such as GDPR? Where is the right place to draw the line between data capture - or surveillance - and privacy? How can the multiple interdependent security layers with interconnected tools are flexible and adaptable so security measures can be continually future-proof for new technologies ie AI?

The majority of businesses and organisations understand the potential threat to their organisation’s reputation, integrity and direct business impact. Ensuring access to the range of solutions and strategies available is being driven from the top. There is recognition that part of the solution stems from embedding security at the design stage. The debate continues about the adoption of active defense models.

The annual FT Cyber Security Summit will continue to explore global cyber threats being faced and which business preparedness, resilience and solutions are required to ensure a robust defence. Leading cyber and data experts will talk about a range of issues, including preparing for what’s next, building a security-focussed corporate culture, maintaining credibility after a hack, and how to approach data privacy. Moderated by Financial Times journalists, this event will provide a thorough interactive assessment of the dangers in cyberspace and how businesses and governments are investing in better defences for a more secure future.


Agenda - 15th Oct

  • 1:00pm
    Registration and networking
  • 1:30pm
    Chair's opening remarks

    Hannah Kuchler, San Francisco Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 1:35pm
    Live interview: How government and industry can work together to deliver effective cyber security

    This interview will discuss the key tenets for developing the long term relationships needed between government and industry, in addition to the roles of government, industry and the individual  in making the UK a safe place to live and work online.

    Interviewee: Cate Pye, Associate Partner, UK and Ireland Security and Government Cyber Sector Lead, EY

    Interviewer: David Bond, Security and Defence Editor, Financial Times

  • 1:50pm
    Public private sector partnership: Where is the right place to draw the line between data capture - or surveillance - and privacy?
    • What are the differences between the public and private sector organisations in terms of funding levels or transparency obligations?
    • How can the public and private sectors forge partnerships to secure the whole supply chain?
    • Who should be held accountable in a cyber-attack and a data breach?
    • Are CISOs being involved in board-level discussions to ensure that updates and an understanding of their obligations?
    • What governance principles have been applied in terms of liability thresholds (who is responsible), duty of assistance (when to intervene), and requirement of cyber insurance?
    • ​How can a cyber awareness culture be cultivated within the workplace?
    • Has GDPR been enough to restore the public’s ‘crisis of trust’? What legislation is coming up?

    Troels Oerting, Head, World Economic Forum Centre for Cyber Security

    Peter Brown, Group Manager Technology Policy, Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)

    Erez Liebermann, Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Vice President, Regulatory Law, Prudential Financial

    Anthony Dagostino, Global Head of Cyber Risk, Willis Towers Watson

    Moderated by: Hannah Kuchler, San Francisco Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 2:35pm
    Cyber attack scenario planning: Building a security-focussed corporate culture across the Board

    CEOs must be ready to lead business recovery during a breach, by anticipating operational challenges and avoiding mistakes made by their peers.  This scenario planning panel considers the cascade of commercial consequences that follow a major cyber attack.  

    Panellists will explain how the shock, speed and ambiguity of a large data breach can paralyse large companies.  In large enterprises that have not rehearsed, a major cyber attack can even break the corporate crisis management process.  Company reputations can be damaged, revenues reduced and customers harmed by poor executive decision-making.

    CEOs can develop a better appreciation of the value of their data as well as an improved knowledge of where it is kept and how it is protected.  This panel will consider several of the Executive Decision Points that confront operational leaders during an effective boardroom simulation. The audience will also be invited to consider issues around:

    • Triage: Where to deploy limited resources
    • Collaboration: Who to involve and call on for support
    • Values: How to make urgent decisions during extended uncertainty

    Val Rahmani, Board Member, London Stock Exchange Group

    Ray Stanton, Senior Vice President and Group Chief Security Officer, TDC Group

    Senior representative, National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

    Pavel Balashov, Head of Identity and Security Services, Swedbank

    Kevin Duffey, Head of Partnerships, London Digital Security Centre

    Moderated by: David Bond, Security and Defence Editor, Financial Times

  • 3:35pm
    Dialogue: How to maintain credibility after a hack with multiple stakeholders

    In the new age of trust individuals can have more sway than traditional institutions, and customers are now social influencers who define brands.  Therefore following a security breach,  it is vital that the media response is part of the recovery phase.

    This dialogue will explore the following areas:

    • If there is a breach, what are the options and legal requirements for first response? Should the alarm be raised immediately, or does admitting to the breach represent a further security risk?
    • Numerous stakeholders must be informed, but how should the message differ to ensure the company retains control of the information? What are they legally obliged to disclose?
    • What is the role of social media?
    • Is a crisis response team and external communications policy in place and do the teams understand their roles and obligations?

    Mark Young, Partner, Covington, London

    Ashden Fein, Associate, Covington, Washington

    Jeremy Fielding, CEO, Kekst

    Ben Curson, Partner, CNC

    Moderated by: Vanessa Neill, Managing Director, Kekst

  • 4:10pm
    Keynote interview: Scoping the future of cyber security and how companies and government can prepare for what is to come

    This keynote will review:

    • What are the geopolitical and macroeconomic risks that could impact cyber security?
    • How will the increasing number of interconnected systems be defended and by whom? How will this redefine liability?
    • Why have we entered a ‘crisis’ of trust and how can it be restored?
    • How can the security layers and tools be future-proof for the integration of new technologies ie AI and quantum computing?
    • What is the “active defense” model and is it the right approach for anticipating and isolating attacks?

    Alex Stamos, former Chief Security Officer, Facebook

  • 4:25pm
    Chair's closing remarks

    Hannah Kuchler, San Francisco Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 4:30pm
    Networking drinks reception
  • 5:30pm

Keynotes (1)

Alex Stamos

Alex Stamos

Adjunct Professor, CISAC Fellow, and Hoover Visiting Scholar, Stanford University
former Chief Security Officer, Facebook

Alex Stamos is an Adjunct Professor, CISAC Fellow, and Hoover Visiting Scholar at Stanford University. He is also the former Chief Security Officer of Facebook, from 2015 - 2018, where he led their internal investigation into targeted election-related influence campaigns via the social media platform.  

Prior to that, he was the the chief information security officer at Yahoo and had previously co-founded a successful security consultancy, iSEC Partners.

Mr Stamos is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley where he studied electrical engineering and computer science.

Speakers (10)

Val Rahmani

Val Rahmani

Independent Non-Executive Director
London Stock Exchange Group

Val Rahmani was appointed to the Board of the London Stock Exchange Group in December 2017. She has previously been a non executive director of Aberdeen Asset Management and is currently a non executive director of US listed companies RenaissanceRe Holdings and Computer Task Group. 
During her distinguished career, Ms Rahmani spent almost 30 years at IBM, working in a variety of positions both in the UK and in the US including roles heading up internet security systems and infrastructure management services. She also spent three years as Chief Executive Officer of Damballa, a computer security firm.

Troels Oerting

Troels Oerting

World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity

Troels Oerting is the Head of the World Economic Forum Centre for Cybersecurity. Prior to joining the Forum, Troels was Group Chief Security Officer and Group Chief Information Security Officer for Barclays. Before that, he was at Europol where he held several roles including Head of Europol’s Counter Terrorist and Financial Intelligence Centre and notably, Head of the European Cybercrime Centre.

He began his career in law enforcement and held multiple senior roles within the Danish National Police including Director, Serious Organized Crime Agency and Director of Operations,
Danish Security Intelligence Service.

Erez Liebermann

Erez Liebermann

Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity and Privacy Vice President, Regulatory Law

Erez Liebermann is Prudential’s Chief Counsel on cybersecurity and privacy matters. He leads a team on a wide range of cybersecurity and privacy legal, policy and investigative matters. He serves as primary counsel to the Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, and IT Risk on information security and privacy matters. In this role, he also oversees the High Tech Investigations Unit. Together with the Information Security Office and IT Risk, he works closely to review the enterprise’s cybersecurity programme and update executive management on the enterprise’s programme. He also serves as a point of contact to regulators and law enforcement on cyber security matters and provides updates to the enterprise on the regulatory and threat landscape. Since joining Prudential in 2014, Mr Liebermann has also worked on response planning for a cybersecurity and privacy incidents including technical and business oriented tabletop exercises. Through his work with the High Tech Investigations Unit, he oversees investigations into cyber incident response, cyber crimes, privacy breaches, and intellectual property theft, as well as E-Discovery production and computer forensics. Previously, Mr Liebermann led Prudential’s Corporate Investigations Division (CID), which consists of attorneys and investigators responsible for investigations relating to internal and external fraud, regulatory matters, employee misconduct, and sales practice.

Prior to joining Prudential Financial in 2014, he spent 10 years as a federal prosecutor. He served as Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey, and Chief of the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Section. Additionally, he oversaw the white collar units, including Economic Crimes, National Security, Healthcare and Money Laundering. He was the lead prosecutor on numerous cyber, securities, and fraud matters, including United States v. Drinkman, the largest credit card data breach investigation and prosecution to date, involving the theft of over 160,000,000 credit and debit card numbers. 
Mr Liebermann is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service, numerous letters of recognition from the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and Prosecutor of the Year Award by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation. He is a frequent lecturer on cybercrime, privacy, and fraud and previously taught Cybercrime Law at Rutgers University School of Law.
He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Aerospace Engineering and received his law degree from Columbia University Law School.

Cate  Pye

Cate Pye

Associate Partner, UK and Ireland Security and Government Cyber Sector Lead

Cate Pye leads EY’s Security and Government Cyber Sector, and is part of EY’s UK and Ireland Cyber leadership team. She has worked extensively at senior levels in the government and private sector advising on policy, strategy and the delivery of large programmes and change initiatives. This has included advising senior corporate and department leaders on
information security.
Prior to joining EY in 2010, Mrs Pye held roles in the Ministry of Defence and Cabinet Office leading on international policy and overseas relationships. She has spoken widely at industry events and published thought leadership on the challenges the government sector faces.

Peter  Brown

Peter Brown

Group Manager (Technology Policy)
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)

Peter Brown joined the ICO as Senior Technology Officer in 2015, working as part of team of specialists responsible for the development and delivery of technical and information security expertise. He moved to the position of Group Manager (Technology Policy) as the ICO’s technology function expanded.
The Technology Policy Department monitors and researches the technology environment for developments that may impact on information rights. It provides technical advice and guidance to the ICO on new technologies and the technical aspects of data breach investigations and complaints received. The department also produces specialist guidance for UK organisations and contributes to ICO’s work at European level through the Article 29 Working Party.

Prior to joining the ICO, Mr Brown was responsible for information technology and network security at a specialist consultancy. As part of this role he developed and implemented the company’s information security and data protection policies.

Kevin Duffey

Kevin Duffey

London Digital Security Centre

Kevin Duffey is an advisor to the London Digital Security Centre and leads the Cyber Rescue Alliance. He specialises in helping Board-level executives to lead business recovery when digital defences are breached.

Mr Duffey has worked in "cyber" and "security" for three decades and his past roles included: CEO Nordics, CEO Asia, and Board member of Logica's 6,000 person UK business. As Group GM at International SOS, he oversaw the evacuation of 4,000 people during the Arab Spring and helped over 10 million individuals travel safely abroad. Early in his career, he helped launch the first mobile phone networks in several countries, and was elected among the 100 inaugural members of the GSM Association Hall of Fame.

Ray Stanton

Ray Stanton

Senior Vice President and Group Chief Security Officer
TDC Group

Ray Stanton is currently the Group CSO and SVP security for TDC, a Danish based Nordics Telecoms and Media company. He has also been a security leader at Airbus UK, British Telecom, and more recently National Grid - a large national energy provider in UK and US. He has built and delivered numerous global security programmes and run global business and security teams. Mr Stanton has been recognised internationally for his experience in security, risk and incident management and consulted and presented to numerous governments and key global forums; including: World Economic Forum on Cyber Resilience, The US Federal Reserve Bank and Central Bank of England.

Anthony  Dagostino

Anthony Dagostino

Global Head of Cyber Risk
Willis Towers Watson

Anthony Dagostino is responsible for the global cyber strategy, product development and thought leadership at Willis Towers Watson. In his leadership role at Willis Towers Watson, he focusses on developing and delivering an integrated cyber risk management proposition to help clients more effectively assess and minimise cyber risk across their enterprise.

With over 15 years experience in cyber risk management, he has a broad background in cyber insurance underwriting, broking, and related risk mitigation techniques in employee solutions, incident response, and vendor management. He also has a background in non-cyber financial lines insurance and alternative risk transfer programmes. Mr Dagostino is a regular speaker at industry events and has been published in a wide array of publications. 

Prior to joining Willis Towers Watson, he has held a variety of leadership roles with insurers Chubb (formerly ACE Group) and The Hartford as well as experience as a venture capital analyst focusing on emerging technology companies.

Mr Dagostino earned a B.A. in both economics and business administration from Muhlenberg College and is an active member of the FBI’s Infragard programme. He is also actively involved in various public sector working groups and private sector councils across the globe.

Pavel  Balashov

Pavel Balashov

Head of Identity and Security Services
David Bond

David Bond

Security and Defence Editor
Financial Times

David Bond is the Financial Times' Security and Defence Editor. Based in London, he joined the FT in 2016 as European Media Correspondent. Before joining the FT he was the BBC’s Sports Editor. He led BBC News’ on-air coverage of major national and international sports stories on flagship programmes such as the BBC 1 News at Ten and Radio 4’s Today Programme. He covered the London 2012 Olympics, the 2010 South Africa World Cup and the FIFA corruption scandal.


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Hannah Kuchler

Hannah Kuchler

San Francisco Correspondent
Financial Times

Hannah Kuchler is a San Francisco Correspondent for the Financial Times, writing about technology with a particular focus on cyber security and social media. She enjoys telling the story of the Silicon Valley to the FT's broad international audience, wading through the complex world of cyber security to warn about the threats and attacks faced by companies and the new generation of start ups springing up to protect them. Ms Kuchler has worked for the FT for eight years in the US, Europe and Asia, covering everything from Chinese Internet companies to British politics.

Why Attend

  • Find out about new legislation on the horizon and how this may impact your business or organisation requirements and obligations
  • Troubleshoot with public and private sector to ensure that government initiatives are meeting demand and filling all the necessary gaps
  • Learn how to build a security-focussed culture across your Board through an interactive cyber attack scenario planning session
  • Network with cyber​ experts, board members and C-level executives at this exclusive, invite-only event, to be held under Chatham House rules

Who Attends


Businesses – Financial Services, Insurance, Energy, Telecommunications, Utilities, Retail, Pharmaceuticals, Entertainment, Manufacturing and Transport

Policymakers – Federal, State and Foreign governments; Supranational Bodies

Public Sector Organisations – Police, Security and Intelligence Services, Healthcare, Emergency Services, Industry Regulators 

Service Providers - Software Vendors, Technology Platforms, Law Firms, Consultancies

Influencers – NGOs, Universities, Research Institutes, Industry Associations


Board Member, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Risk Officer, Chief Data Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Legal Officer , Chief/General Counsel


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Aflac AIG Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Alcatel-Lucent American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Ann Inc. AOL Bank of America Bank of New York Mellon Barclays Bloomberg CA Technologies Cargill Center for Audit Quality Cisco Citigroup Columbia UniversityConEdison CrowdStrike CVS Health Darktrace Deloitte & Touche Deutsche BankE*Trade Embassy of Canada Ernst & Young Federal Bureau of Investigation FedEx Ford Motor Company Fortune Freddie Mac Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer GE Capital Google Haliburton Hill and Knowlton Strategies Hogan Lovells Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Huawei Technologies USA IBM International Monetary Fund JP Morgan Chase Kelley Drye Liberty Mutual Insurance Lockheed Martin Mayer Brown McGraw Hill Merck Microsoft Moody's MUFG Union Bank Nasdaq Palo Alto Networks PNC Financial Services Group PwC Ropes & Gray SAP Shearman & Sterling Sidley Austin Standard Chartered Bank T. Rowe Price Target The Carlyle Group The World Bank Time Warner Cable UBS United Rentals US Chamber of Commerce US Department of Defense US Department of Homeland Security US Department of Justice US Department of the Treasury US Navy Visa Wells Fargo WWE



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EY believes a better working world means helping clients solve big, complex industry issues and capitalise on opportunities to grow, optimise and protect their businesses.

EY’s multidisciplinary cybersecurity team helps clients meet a set of diverse requirements which can arise from a compliance problem such as GDPR, a security or data breach, a client moving into a new market, a merger, a de-merger or an acquisition.

EY helps clients with effective cybersecurity strategies moving them from a defensive approach to a source of competitive advantage that can have a value impact across their whole organisation.

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BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communication solutions and services, with operations in over 180 countries. We own and manage a global network, supporting some of the world’s largest companies and playing a critical role in protecting the infrastructure of the UK.

BT Security is one of the fastest-growing parts of our business, with over 1700 customers using our portfolio of security consulting, managed security services, continuity and identity services. We have 2,600 security experts protecting our consumer, corporate and government customers, and work with law enforcement agencies across the globe to help make the internet a safer place.

Kekst is a leading corporate, financial and strategic communications consultancy, advising senior management teams and boards of directors on their most serious business and communications issues.

Headquartered in New York City with a presence in London, the firm is part of the Publicis Groupe.  Its partnership with sister company, CNC, with its offices in Europe, Middle East and Tokyo, provides a global offering for clients.

Founded approximately 50 years ago, its senior professionals draw on their deep experience of virtually every facet of strategic communications during their long tenure at the firm.  The firm’s expertise includes crisis communications – such as cybersecurity issues - M&A, complex investor relations, restructurings, litigation support and corporate governance issues (including activism).

Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW) is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth. With roots dating to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has 40,000 employees serving more than 140 countries.

We design and deliver solutions that manage risk, optimize benefits, cultivate talent, and expand the power of capital to protect and strengthen institutions and individuals. Our unique perspective allows us to see the critical intersections between talent, assets and ideas — the dynamic formula that drives business performance.

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2017 Testimonials

“It may have been the ultimate forum. Leading cyber-security experts from industry and government having topical conversations with knowledgeable investigative journalists serving as moderators who hit fast forward and went directly to the heart of the issues.” Timothy Masluk, CSO, BNY Mellon

“Insight from my peers around Cyber Security topics made this a great investment in time." Jeff Fawcett, Director, Cisco

“Great platform to exchange with a large variety of people and get deep dives on current issues and trends.” Carl Schmidt-Ehemann, Lufthansa

“Relevant, current and thought provoking.” John Coffey, FCE Bank plc

“The FT harnessed its height as an international institution to attract some top tier speakers to its podium and panels and enrich us with insight from James Arbuthnot and Robert Hanningan among others.” Adam Mockett, Moorgate Capital

“I got inputs that allow me to verify current state of cyber security concerns addressing on the Banking and corporate environment" Pedro Cunha, Credibom S.A.

“I was able to network with numerous representatives from different industries around Europe. Also, I got to hear about current events and thinking from a range of industries around Europe.” Jeff Day, BT plc

“To hear insights and identify gaps and vulnerabilities in this sector” Dr Sally Leivesley, Newrisk Limited

“Amazing job team! Another great year of relevance and engaging talks!” Jennifer Arcuri, Hacker House

“Interesting update for the financial world” Andy Taylor, ASMG Interational

“Quality delegates and very topical high level subjects” Roger Whitehead, ASO Casaire (cyber security)


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