How Should Security Leaders Embrace the Intertwining of Compliance, Privacy, and Cybersecurity? - Round Table Discussion

13:00 - 15:20
13 October 2020
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add to calendar 10/13/2020 13:00 10/13/2020 15:20 Europe/Bucharest IT Security Insights 2020 - How Should Security Leaders Embrace the Intertwining of Compliance, Privacy, and Cybersecurity? - Round Table Discussion We’re seeing a deeper convergence of compliance, privacy, and cybersecurity as key elements of a core business strategy. This round table will explore whether security leaders are equipped to support the business and how security can influence other areas of the business without posing obstacles.
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Key takeaways:

  • Successful examples of security leaders effectively working with and supporting the general counsel, compliance, and other areas of the business
  • How security leaders can help structure a privacy management program that’s embraced by the business
  • The role of security and compliance leaders in the implementation of AI projects to avoid biases and oversight

Speaker info

Andrew Beckett
Andrew Beckett
Managing Director and EMEA Cyber Risk Leader
Kroll Inc


Andrew Beckett is a managing director and EMEA leader for Kroll's Cyber Risk Practice. Andrew began his career at GCHQ where he held a variety of roles including head of the branch responsible for providing cyber security advice to government departments and penetration testing.  He also served in the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). This is an International Civil Service organization operating under the auspices of the UN where Andrew was the first head of the Office of Confidentiality and Security and charged with setting up this team. Andrew went on to run his own commercial consultancies before joining Airbus Defense and Space in the UK as the head of Cyber Defense, a role he filled for five years before joining Kroll. Andrew is a visiting professor of Cyber Security at the University of South Wales.

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