VIDEO: The Human Factor – a new era of cyber security

Business Technology recently hosted a webinar on the human factor in cyber security in association with HP and Symantec. Watch a full video of the session here.

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Speakers

Jeff Hales, Leader, HP Enterprise Security Services Data Protection & Privacy

Jeff joined EDS in June 2003 and created the foundations for what was to become the Data Protection & Enterprise (DP&P) practice in 2007.

He became a principle consultant in 2009, technically leading the newly named UK&I DP&P practice and in 2010 moved to become the practice’s business leader, so creating the AMS DP&P practice in 2011

In May of 2013 Jeff also became the leader of the Secure Identity and Access Management practice.

Darren Argyle, Senior Director, Symantec EMEA

Darren is an accomplished executive with over fifteen years of business information security experience, with broad expertise in providing hands-on leadership, strategic C-level direction and programme execution.

He is a certified professional with a lively but disciplined approach to advancing secure business in global open-networked environments.

A member of the Jericho Forum between 2010 and 2013, and the International NLP Trainers Association (INLPTA), he specialises in information security strategy, risk and compliance management (ISO 27002/1), as well as threat response and cyber resilience strategies.

Rob Bamforth, Pricipal Analyst, Quocirca

Rob Bamforth is a Principal Analyst working with Quocirca Ltd, focussing on the areas of communication, collaboration and convergence. His experience combines his years spent in sales and marketing, with an in-depth understanding of technology development and deployment, which together give him an approach that focuses first on the business need, with technology as the supporting service.

The areas of communication, collaboration and convergence are broad, and include aspects of employee or business process mobility, the environmental impact of communications, and supplier or industry convergence.

Rob’s perspective is on the business impact from large enterprise to SME; he also identifies with the needs of service providers in dealing with all their customers, including consumers.

During his career he has actively promoted the business benefits of emerging technologies such as the Internet and Java. Rob has presented at innumerable industry events, as well as working closely with standards bodies.

Following a period in various aspects of IT, ob joined the analyst community, establishing the wireless and mobile practice at Bloor Research prior to extending his interest in the impact of the convergence, or as he would rather say, ‘collision’ of IT and Telecommunications industries with his work at Quocirca.

He has written numerous articles and many reports encompassing the impact and management of mobile devices, the evolution of service providers, mobile email momentum, visual communications, VoIP and unified communications.

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