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Chief Constable Peter Goodman, Lead for Cyber for the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) is among the invited speakers at the Infosecurity Europe conference at London Olympia.
Goodman said: “One of the continuing challenges facing the information security community is the conflicting objectives of law enforcement and business. In the event of a breach, the priority for organisations is getting back to business as quickly as possible – with attribution and prosecution a secondary consideration. For law enforcement, tasked with prosecuting criminals, their priority is attribution and bringing those criminals to justice. Within my presentation, I will be able to provide background to how UK law enforcement take steps to respond to cybercrime, how we support business, what steps organisations should take post-breach to work with law enforcement and how we can collaborate more effectively.”
The 2019 event runs from Tuesday to Thursday, June 4 to 6. Other day three speakers include Amar Singh, CEO & Founder, Cyber Management Alliance and Nigel Spencer, VP, Security Operations, Vocalink Real Time Payments, on ‘Building an intelligent Incident Response Plan: Lessons from the Frontline’ and Adam Banks, Chief Technology and Information Officer (CTO and CIO) at shipping company, A.P. Møller-Maersk on ‘Lessons Learned from the NotPetya Cyber-Attack’.
Victoria Windsor, Group Content Manager at Infosecurity Group, says: “Incident response is a key issue for the industry – we all know it’s a case of not if but when you will be breached. Only last week we saw a cyber-attack on a Norwegian aluminium company costing the organisation over £25m. We have several sessions throughout the event looking at the fallout, including financial and reputational damage, and the lessons learned from major cyber-attacks and expect every session to be packed out. We expect to see the subject filter into many other sessions as well, from skills shortages to threat intelligence.”