|Welcome by Eugene Kaspersky, CEO, Kaspersky Lab
Introduction by summit moderator, Geoff White, Television News Journalist and Investigative Reporter
|Tales from the frontline of threat-hunting: the top attacks targeting enterprise in 2017
Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, Principal Security Researcher, Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
|Not risk-free, but risk-ready: managing threats with confidence
Alessio Aceti, Head of Enterprise Business Division, Kaspersky Lab
|Enterprises under fire – the view from within
Moderated panel session featuring
– Duncan Brown, Associate Vice President, European Security Practice, IDC
– Christian Toon, Chief Information Security Officer, Pinsent Masons LLP
– Roderick Clayton, EVP and Co-lead, Global Issues and Crisis, Weber Shandwick
– Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, Principal Security Researcher, Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
|Geoff White is an award-winning news reporter and investigative journalist, whose exclusives have covered everything from fraud in the internet dating industry to the shadowy world of Russian cybercrime gangs. He works mainly for Channel 4 News and the BBC, with a focus on tech security, personal data, privacy and e-crime.
|Duncan Brown is associate vice president, European Security Practice, at IDC EMEA and leads the firm’s security research program in Europe. He specializes in providing strategic advice to his clients, informing and validating their corporate, product, and marketing plans. Duncan is an expert in analyzing the security market globally, and his list of security-related clients includes enterprises, central banks, government organizations, and security product suppliers and services providers. Duncan’s expertise spans the gamut of security topics including incident response, threat intelligence, and global privacy issues. He established and leads IDC’s coverage of the global impact of the GDPR, the RPEC (ePrivacy Directive update) and NIS Directive on technology companies and their customers. His analysis and opinions are widely sought by industry leaders and investors, while his comments on industry trends and developments frequently appear in the leading business and trade publications.
|Christian has spent the last 10 years successfully disrupting traditional approaches to information protection and management for large international organizations. He started life in vendor security, then moved into a Big 4 to build a practice and deliver ‘CISO for Hire’ services that involved engagement with top-end financial and insurance services clients. After leaving PwC after nearly three years, he joined Pinsent Masons to lead their information protection strategy across a firm of over 3200 employees around the globe.
|Based in London, Roderick Clayton co-leads Weber Shandwick’s global issues group. His cyber security experience spans data protection, intellectual property and privacy issues. Matters that he has handled include the loss of sensitive government data by a large IT services company; the hacking of personal data from a mobile phone operator; and the improper sharing of software by a major computing company. Prior to transferring to London, Mr. Clayton spent twelve years in the U.S. He was General Manager of Weber Shandwick’s Los Angeles office after starting his career in New York. Born in England, he was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford.
|Alessio Aceti joined Kaspersky Lab in 2012 and became head of the enterprise business division in 2017. He brings to this role more than 13 years’ strategic and tactical experience in the cybersecurity industry, with a deep understanding of technical account management, sales engineering and business development. Currently based in Moscow after more than a decade working in Europe, Alessio’s main focus is on the strategic positioning of cybersecurity solutions to meet the needs of large enterprises, particularly financial institutions and the public sector. Before joining Kaspersky Lab, Alessio led the work of a team of IT security specialists for a large system integrator. He studied computer science in Italy.
Juan Andrés Guerrero-Saade
|Juan Andrés joined Kaspersky Lab in 2014 as a Principal Security Researcher. His experience and research interests span government surveillance, intelligence analysis, cyber warfare and cyber espionage. His previous research focused on placing intricate philosophical systems and logic in a dialogue with specialized and often inaccessible topics in computer science and information security. Before joining Kaspersky Lab, Mr. Guerrero-Saade worked as a Senior Cybersecurity and National Security Advisor to the President of Ecuador. He graduated with an M.Litt. in philosophical logic from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He also holds a B.A. in philosophy and political science from Shimer College and was a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford.