Welcome & Opening Remarks
Dave Sharpe / Adele Hanna
Welsh Government Guest Speaker
Head of Cyber Resilience – Julie Spargo
The "MUST DOs" of Cyber Security
Practical advice for SMEs from the Wales Cyber Security Clusters John Davies, Co-Founder & Chair of the South Wales Cyber Security Cluster & MD Pervade Software
Refreshments & Networking
Food, Refreshments & Networking
Ethical Hacking Demonstration
Louis Augarde, OmniCyber Security
The law enforcement response to Cyber Crime
Detective Inspector Eddie May
Protect Officer, Regional Cyber Crime Unit, TARIAN ROCU
Cybercrime is estimated to cost the UK economy Billions of pounds each year, DI May leads a small team of dedicated Cybercrime investigators who operate across Southern Wales seeking to identify offenders, protect victims and prevent individuals turning into the cyber criminals of tomorrow.
Working in conjunction with academia and industry is key to understanding and responding to the threat of Cybercrime.
DI May will set out the law enforcement response, that National network of expertise available, the plans for the future and some case studies on work completed thus far.
The legal Implications of GDPR – An Opportunity for Innovation
Craig Griffiths, Partner, Acuity Legal
This keynote session will look at the key changes being made to data protection law when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018. Introduced to keep pace with today’s digital economy, the GDPR represents a complete overhaul of data protection and extends the data rights of individuals. The session will address the risks of non-compliance, as well as the benefits of embracing the changes to protect revenues and reputations, along with practical steps to take now on the journey to GDPR compliance.
Refreshments & Networking
Keynote Address, NPCC (National Police Chiefs Council)
Interview with DCC for Gwent Pam Kelly with Dave Sharpe
From Compliance to Culture, From Awareness to Action
John Scott, Head of Information Security Education, Bank of England
The Bank of England has been running its cyber security education campaign for three years and learned many lessons during this time which we believe apply to organisations of all types. Through our work with stakeholders of all levels of seniority and business area we have developed training techniques and topics that we find can deliver real results in creating a just and secure culture. We will also take you through our “Cyber Seven” principles – what we ask our colleagues to bear in mind when it comes to staying secure.
Q&A PANEL DISCUSSION
CLOSE & DEPART