“Only a fool learns from their own mistakes, a wise man learns from the mistakes of others.”
– Otto von Bismarck
Executives overseeing Cyber Security, Network Operations and IT Operations across industries enjoyed an equally rich dinner and dialogue 18 May, 2017, at Percy & Founder’s in London. The talks—on how incident response is best optimised through the scope of automation advances—were presented by Marcus Chambers, CISO Advisory Senior Consultant; and Tom Burton, Cyber Security Director at KPMG UK, to a choice gathering of top industry professionals.
Executive Attendees, enjoying the delectable dinner and insightful conversations.
Chambers recounted the aforementioned quote to encapsulate how firms fail to act to improve their cyber security unless an incident happens to them. He warns many organisations are not learning from the mistakes of others. Chambers also revealed the link between security and share price. He divulged the costs and benefits of personalising your enterprise’s incorporation of a “secure-enough solution.” Chambers explained the correlation between “the hack to the sack” [CEO/ CISO and their team leaving a company after a breach.]
Attendees benefitted from insider Q&A sessions and networking.
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