On March 5, Tessian will host the first Human Layer Security Summit in London.
We’ll be welcoming 10 speakers with diverse backgrounds to the stage as we take a deep dive into what exactly people-centric security means.
On the day, attendees can expect thought-provoking presentations by leaders from renowned institutions, a panel discussion about Human Layer Security featuring some of Tessian’s customers, and an analysis of emerging social engineering threats from an ethical hacker.
Mark – who has held senior security positions at top-tier financial service companies for over a decade – will be highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with creating and maintaining a positive security culture within an organization. Attendees can expect a multi-faceted presentation that covers how cybersecurity can and should enable business objectives, the value in creating a proactive security environment, and the importance of collaboration across departments for cybersecurity advocacy.
Working at the intersection of tech and legal, Tanja is in a unique position to highlight the implications the digital transformation has had on risk for businesses. She’s particularly interested in how innovations in technology can help mitigate the risks around people. Now, with Dentons having implemented Tessian’s solutions – Tessian Guardian and Tessian Enforcer – she’ll also be joining the panel session to discuss how machine learning has helped her organization prevent misdirected emails and data exfiltration on email.
Read more about how Tessian has helped Dentons protect their data here.
Timor – who believes data should be treated as an organization’s core asset – has years of experience managing data protection, privacy, and quality. With a special interest in business enablement, Timor has seen how Human Layer Security can give businesses across industries a competitive edge.
With a great deal of experience in leading large-scale security improvement projects, Jamie has a strong interest in understanding how risk management and human behavior go hand-in-hand. This requires that he not only create strong security policies, but also that he fosters strong internal and external relationships. He now uses Tessian to mitigate risk associated with human error and people-centric security is a key focus for 2020.
After a 27-year military career delivering command and control networks and communications and information systems, Mark moved into the financial sector to focus on people operations within cybersecurity. Currently heading up Information Technology at a global law firm, he’s using his expertise in Risk Management and Information Assurance alongside Tessian to navigate challenges associated with human error.
Having started his career as a penetration tester, Glyn has incredible, hands-on experience in helping organizations defend themselves against ever-evolving threats. He’ll detail how hackers combine psychology and technical know-how to create highly targeted (and highly effective) phishing attacks and other forms of social engineering.
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be releasing even more information about Human Layer Security Summit and the speakers who will be attending. Follow us on LinkedIn to be the first to get these updates.
If you haven’t yet saved your seat to join those who are putting people-centric security at the top of their agenda, do so now! Spaces are filling up quickly.