19th February – Breakfast Networking/Speaker EventJanuary 16, 2013
Innovation Martlesham, in association with IP Network, would like to invite you to another Breakfast Networking Event.
19th February 2013
08:00am – 09.30am
Ross Building Foyer, Adastral Park
With Guest Speakers:
James Verniquet, Digital Asset Security – “How to get hacked and lose customers”
This will be a succinct presentation on the 5 most common attack vectors that companies in the UK have lost data, including serious breaches which have involved fines of up to £325,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Alan Garwood, Seckford Solutions – “Sharing is Protecting” – An introduction to Trusted Information Sharing”
The phrase “Sharing is Protecting” when considering security issues sounds counterintuitive. However when approached in the right way in a trusted environment, sharing information about security incidents and threats can provide a clear benefit to those taking part. In this presentation Alan will provide examples of how Trusted Information Sharing can be used to provide an IT Security “Neighbourhood Watch” for both SMEs and large companies alike.
PLACES ARE LIMITED AND ATTENDANCE IS BY REGISTRATION ONLY.
Please register by contacting email@example.com and await confirmation that you have been successful.
0800 Registration and networking over refreshments
Welcome from David Ralph, The Chair of Innovation Martlesham
0815 Guest Speaker, James Verniquet
0840 Guest Speaker, Alan Garwood
0910 Questions & Informal networking
James is the CEO of Digital Asset Security, based on Bentwaters Business Park (the old US airbase), Rendlesham. Qualified as a Certified Ethical Hacker, services include penetration tests, security audits and security awareness training. Trained as a locksmith, James also offers physical penetration tests. James has over ten years’ experience in the education sector, working mainly abroad, teaching secondary and adult students. He has taught 9 different subjects, ranging from IT and Music Technology, to English Literature and Karate. James is also a committee member of the BCS (British Computer Society) East Anglia branch, and is currently setting up an OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Chapter in Suffolk.
Alan is the MD of Seckford Solutions ltd. (www.seckfordsolutions.com) an Innovation Martlesham company that specialises in Trusted Information Sharing. He has an extensive background in IT Security, Internet/Intranet Operations and System Administration from the telecommunications, insurance and banking industries. Since 2003 Alan has worked on a number of UK Government and European initiatives to utilise Trusted Information Sharing techniques to improve the security of many different IT user groups. Always interested in how technology solutions can be used to foster an increase in Trusted Sharing, Alan pioneered the use of Information Rights Management technology within a Trusted Information Sharing system as part of the EU NEISAS project (www.neisas.eu)