Cybersecurity experts recently sat down to discuss the need for organizations to better integrate their fraud detection and cyber-threat intelligence practices, and the important role that automation plays

Tune in to this panel discussion on data security, navigating remote working during the pandemic and their biggest cybersecurity challenges right now Hosted by: Catherine King, Director, Business of InfoSec Topics include: How did Covid-19 impact your Information Security Strategy?What have been your

As new threats continue to emerge, the lack of trained cybersecurity experts has become even more apparent. Our panel of cybersecurity experts discusses how they are bridging the talent gap within their organizations

Rob Wiggan has over 25 years of experience in IT and cybersecurity. He joined the Queensland University of Technology in May 2018 where he is responsible for the information security function for the university including learning, teaching, and research. Before

Deborah Wheeler became the inaugural Global Chief Information Security Officer for Delta Air Lines in February 2017. Since joining she has shaped Delta’s information security strategy and leads a team focused on ensuring cyber resiliency. She is a 20-year veteran

Nicola Whiting MBE is co-owner of Titania Group, she is also Autistic, an Amazon best-selling author, and is listed in SC Magazine’s top 30 most influential women working in cybersecurity. Honors include the AFCEA International Sparky Bairdaward for her work

Bjørn Watne started his InfoSec career in telecoms giant Telenor as a SecurityAnalyst in March 2001. Since September 2019 he’s been Senior Vice President and head of Group Security with financial services firm Storebrand. He has a computer science engineering

Del van Rooyen has over 20 years of experience in corporate governance including12 years in IT governance and information security. He joined wealth management firm Investec in August 2009 and since then has held various senior management roles for the

Before joining Trainline in August 2020, Munawar Valiji was the Group CISO for UK grocery store Sainsbury’s where he built and delivered a comprehensive security program designed to enable the business. Before that, he served for three years as Head