Data Loss Prevention Programme and Presenters
[Details] Date: Tuesday 3 Nov 2015. Time: 12pm-4pm. Location: Glass Room, Merchiston, Edinburgh Napier University.
||Arrival, Introduction and Refreshments
Paul Rickards, Trend Micro
||Secure Electronic Mail
Lynne Cadenhead (BioID)
Vassilios Manoussos (Strathclyde Forensics)
||Data Loss: dereliction of duties?
Tim Musson (Computer Law Training)
||Sony and Talktalk breach
Prof Bill Buchanan (ENU)
||Data Loss Prevention
Maura McAulay (i-Confidential)
||Real-world Insider Threat Experiences
Dr Jamie Graves
Trend Micro a global leader in IT security, who develop innovative security solutions that make the world safe for businesses and consumers to exchange digital information. With over 25 years of security expertise, they are a recognized as the market leader in server security, cloud security, and small business content security.
Trend Micro security fits the needs of our customers and partners with solutions which protect end users on any device, optimize security for the modern data center, and secure networks against breaches from targeted attacks. They deliver top-ranked client-server, network, and cloud-based protection that stops new threats faster, detects breaches better, and protects data in physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
Paul Rickards is Regional Account Manager – Scotland at Trend Micro.
Jamie has a PhD in Computer Science, and extensive security and digital forensics experience. He is the CEO of ZoneFox which has award winning Endpoint Monitoring & Threat Detection software that helps our customers protect their business-critical assets: data and intellectual property (IP) from malicious and accidental insider threats. ZoneFox has a proven track record of protecting reputation, sales revenue, and competitive advantage by providing next generation data monitoring, security analytics and endpoint security. ZoneFox specialises in helping customers protect their business-critical assets; data and IP. They have a proven track record protecting reputation, sales revenue, and competitive advantage.
Director, Strathclyde Forensics
Vassilis is a Digital Forensics Consultant, owner of Strathclyde Forensics, and is working as an Expert Witness in civil, criminal, employment and family court cases. He has worked in high profile cases involving the NHS, the News of the World and criminal cases including fraud, murder and indecent images of children (child pornography). He has dealt with data theft and IT abuse in businesses and has provided CPD training to solicitors in Scotland. Vassilis has extensive work experience in the UK and Greece. He has worked for companies and organizations such as IBM, Abbey National,Steel City Data, and HM Civil Service. He has recently been appointed National Advisor for the Scottish Charity Roshni, and joined Edinburgh Napier University & The Cyber Academy as an Associate.
Maura is an Associate of i-confidential, and is an experienced security and IT professional. She has over 20 years experience in Information Risk, Compliance and IT and has worked with 3 of the Big 4 UK banks as well as in the media industry. Maura has spent the last 6 years driving data leakage prevention initiatives. She has also been responsible for developing and implementing information security strategy at 3 major banks. She is also experienced in IT infrastructure and development, records management, PCI/DSS & Incident Response.
Director, Computer Law Training
After many years as a lecturer in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, in 2009 Tim took voluntary severance and on the same day graduated with his LLM in IT & Telecoms Law. He set up his company, Computer Law Training Ltd, focusing principally on issues around data protection. Since 2014 he has been the Convenor of the Privacy Law Committee at the Law Society of Scotland.
Lynne has a wide range of scientific, marketing, retail, investment and entrepreneurial experience and has an excellent understanding of the early stage investment market and business requirements of early-stage technology and retail companies. Her specialties include: Assisting early-stage technology and retail companies with business planning; fundraising and management; Development and implementation of business educational courses specifically focused on leadership, governance and board roles; and Creation and marketing of educational games. She is currently the CEO of Bio-ID which specialises in biometric authentication of electronic mail.
Professor, The Cyber Academy
Bill is a Professor in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, and a Fellow of the BCS and the IET. He currently leads The Cyber Academy and is involved in research and teaching in the areas of security, e-Health, Cloud Security, Web-based infrastructures, e-Crime, cryptography, triage, intrusion detection systems, and many other areas. Bill has an extensive background in innovation and research, with two successful spin-out companies, along with developing some of the most extensive Web sites in education. He also has won many teaching awards including being voted as most innovative tutor and best tutor in the Edinburgh Napier Excellence Teaching Awards in 2012, 2104 and 2015, and was included in the JISC Top 50 Social Media Influencers on Higher Education.