+ Panel Discussion
Adapting to the evolving data landscape: Privacy, AI and regulatory changes
Join us at our exclusive Executive Breakfast event
Adapting to the Evolving Data Landscape:
Privacy, AI and Regulatory Changes.
This premier executive breakfast event is a gathering of thought leaders and industry experts, all aimed at dissecting the complexities of this ever-changing data environment.
We are honoured to announce that Sarah Armstrong-Smith, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft will be delivering the keynote address, sharing her expertise and insights in cybersecurity.
Join Nuix, Microsoft, Asceris and our other industry leaders as we explore the following:
- Impact of data privacy across regulations and ethics of AI & data management
- Impact of data governance for data breach/cyber scenarios
- Managing the aftermath of a breach – DSAR, cyber notification
The event will also provide opportunities to network with fellow executives and industry professionals, fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact email@example.com
Date: Tuesday 7th November
Time: 8:30 - 10:30am
6 Alie Street, London, E1 8QT
Registration & Networking
Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with fellow industry professionals and experts. Breakfast will be available.
Microsoft Chief Security Officer, Sarah Armstrong-Smith
Managing the aftermath of a cyber breach.
Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft
Operating at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry, Sarah Armstrong-Smith is the Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft. She has led a long and impactful career, guiding businesses through digital attacks and teaching organisations how to protect their data. Specialising in disaster recovery, crisis management and female representation in STEM, Sarah is a powerful addition to technology and inclusion conferences alike.
In early 2020, Sarah was appointed the Chief Security Advisor within Microsoft’s Europe sector. She works in digital transformation and cloud adoption, two topics popular at corporate events and conferences. Working with customers across Europe, Sarah offers valuable advice on cybersecurity strategies, ensuring stronger defences against attackers.
Chief Technology Officer, Asceris
Neil Meikle is the Chief Technology Officer at Asceris, a cyber incident response and digital forensics firm headquartered in the UK. Neil is responsible for technology strategy, infrastructure and platforms, new service development, and overall service delivery. He is closely involved in Asceris’ investigations for external clients, most of which relate to ransomware or other malware, business email compromise, or data breach response. Prior to his time at Asceris, he held a range of roles in technology consulting and forensic advisory, including Director in advanced analytics and forensic data science at PwC UK and Head of Forensic Technology at PwC Malaysia.
Keith Mulvey (PIIA CIA)
Director of Internal Audit, eir Group
Keith has over 17 years’ experience in telecoms across a wide range of topics, including internal and external fraud matters, security, loss prevention and internal audit including consulting activities. Keith sits various governance fora in eir and provides assurance to the Board and Regulatory Oversight Body on the adequacy and effectiveness of governance and risk management in eir and on eir’s compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements. Keith also Chairs the Group’s Fraud Governance Committee and oversees the eir Group Fraud Response Plan and oversees investigations of internal fraud and consults on state security matters.
In his spare time Keith runs a community employment scheme, sits on the National Stakeholder Forum for the Charity Regulator and runs ultra-marathons across various mountain ranges!
Head of Investigations & Business Dev, EMEA, Nuix
Mark served as a police officer in different ranks, for over 30 years in Northern Ireland (Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross and Police Service of Northern Ireland), were for a substantial part of his service he was involved in, and responsible for, the digital forensic and cyber investigations teams.
He holds a master’s degree in Cybercrime Forensics and has sat on various national working groups in the areas of Digital Forensics, Child Protection, Cyber Crime and Counter Terrorism.
With over 20 years’ experience within the DFIR arena, Mark is seen as a subject matter expert and thought leader, where he now supports many of Nuix’s business development activities around law enforcement, intelligence and corporate investigations within UK, Europe, and the Middle East, offering first-hand experience to our customers and working to identify innovative ways to solve customer problems associated with digital data.
Assistant Director, Digital Forensics Team, Deloitte
Felix Newman is an Assistant Director that leads Deloitte’s Digital Forensics team based in London. Felix has been with Deloitte for 11 years and focuses on digital forensic investigations and coordinating complex data preservation exercises. Felix is experienced in matters ranging from IP theft to data destruction and expenses fraud to cyber incident response. As well as planning, coordinating and managing high profile and sensitive digital forensics investigations, he has provided evidence to courts in multiple jurisdictions, for a broad range of matters.