- 29 Jun 2023
From Reaction to Recovery Your guide to winning the Cybersecurity Battle
Sponsored by Outsource Group
Facing a cybersecurity incident isn’t a matter of if, but a matter of when. The real game changer lies in how effectively your business responds to these challenges, ultimately shaping your ability to minimize potential damages and safeguard your operations continuity.
We are excited to host a panel of industry experts in cyber security who will share some firsthand experience of cyber attacks and highlight the trends criminal justice are seeing, as well as sharing insights on incident response management. Please note: This event is open to IoD members and non-members.
This event is designed to help you:
- Understand the current cyber threat landscape and specific challenges posed by ransomware attacks.
- Evaluate the role of cyber insurance in your overall risk management strategy
- Damage limitation – learn how to effectively manage and mitigate the impact of a cyber attack on your operations and reputation
- Develop a comprehensive incident response plan that aligns to your objectives
Eamonn Bunting Dip IoD, has held a number of senior leadership positions within the financial services and commercial sectors, currently operating as the Managing Director of the Outsource Group, a leading IT Security and Managed Services group of companies.
Eamonn’s focus remains on strategic leadership and delivery, which includes an emphasis on pro-actively identifying industry trends and proactively designing and delivering customer solutions, which enhance the security posture of businesses across the UK and Ireland.
Gina is the Chief Executive of the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), a cross-border body established under the Good Friday Agreement and working to the Government of Ireland and the Northern Ireland Assembly.
She is currently responsible for the European Union’s PEACE IV and INTERREG VA funding programmes, totalling in excess of €0.5 billion. The PEACE Programme represents a unique investment by the European Union in support of the peace process, and both Programmes support the development of a more sustainable and prosperous cross-border region, across Northern Ireland, the Border Region of Ireland and Western Scotland (INTERREG only).
Having spent most of her career involved with EU support programmes, Gina has gained extensive knowledge of the complex cross-border development needs of the region and the appropriate European funding instruments available to meet them.
Gina is a qualified chartered accountant who trained and qualified with Coopers & Lybrand (now PWC). Before joining the SEUPB as the Director of Corporate Services in 2003, she gained extensive practical knowledge of managing the distribution of cross-border PEACE funding during her work for Co-operation Ireland.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Woods is currently the head of the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Cyber Crime Centre and is responsible for management of all of PSNIs cyber crime and digital forensic provision. He has been in role for the past two and a half years and has been a police officer for 25 years.
Paul represents the PSNI on a number of local and national cyber related strategic groups and chairs the Department of Justice Organised Crime Task Force Cyber Engagement sub-group. In addition to his main role, Paul is also a Hostage and Crisis negotiator and is trained to negotiate during kidnap and counter-terrorism incidents.
Cyber Resilience Director within the Data Protection Solutions business at Dell Technologies. Scott is responsible for building cyber strategies to protect and recover critical data for enterprise, public sector and mid-market organisations across Europe, Middle East and Africa, working with clients across multiple industry sectors.
He is positioned to help business leaders understand their risk landscape and work with IT and security teams to ensure the delivery of intelligent resilience strategies to mitigate the impact of modern threats
Terry Moore founded Outsource Group and has grown it into one of Northern Ireland's leading IT services businesses. He has overseen a remarkable period in the company's history during the past 12 months, driving it to new heights with a major acquisition, the establishment of a new, high growth cloud division, the recruitment of a world-class Chair, and doubling of the workforce.
A host of impressive new clients have been secured including household names across the industry. Terry is the hands-on driver of the business and his vision, charisma and ambition are core to the company's ongoing success.
Tony has over 25 years’ experience in Cyber Security and Technology Governance, Risk and Compliance, is a Steering Committee member of the NI Cyber Cluster and a membership accreditor for the Chartered Institute for Information Security.
A CISSP, CEH, CISA and MBCS, he is also a holder of the Advanced Certificate in Investigatory Practices, specialising in digital evidence. His experience extends to cyber security strategy, incident response and standards driven approaches to security for a number of global clients in the public, private and academic sectors. Tony specialises in adversary emulation and cyber defensive strategic and tactical measures. Tony has written and contributed to a number of Governmental Cyber Security strategies including those for critical national services.
He is a tutor on the ISACA CISA and CRISC qualifications and lectures for Chartered Accountants Ireland on their Certificate in Technology Risk and Data Incident Management. Tony is the Director of Cybersecurity Consulting and Technology Risk at ANSEC IA, one of Northern Ireland's leading Cyber Security companies.
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