Event Start:
10 Oct 2023 05:00 PM
Event End:
10 Oct 2023 08:00 PM
London, UK
Event Summary:

UK Resilience: How to survive a Cyber Crisis

This event will explore how recent events have brought cyber security into sharper focus. A keynote by Sir David Omand will be followed by a panel discussion exploring how the energy sector, the infrastructure financing industry, and the advisory ecosystem have important roles play in this area in the coming years.

Increasing regulation and oversight of regulators about the criticality of cyber risks is one of many drivers for cyber improvements across the sector.

Panellists will explore areas the UK is getting right, what needs to be done and what must be done urgently.

Keynote - Sir David Omand, former Director GCHQ


Stuart Davey, Pinsent Masons - Moderator

Sir David Omand, former director, GCHQ

Anne-Sophie Eveno, River and Mercantile Infrastructure LLP

Marcus Elmhirst, Control Risks 

More speakers to be announced shortly

Event Details

Registration: 5.00pm
Discussion begins: 5.30pm
Networking: 6.45pm

Format: Keynote, Panel discussion, followed by networking.

Location: Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Pl, Earl St, London EC2A 4ES


Pinsent Masons LLP


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