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CyberSecurity Talks & Networking

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To attend this event, you must purchase an advanced ticket – This ticket will secure your place for the event! Price includes only entry to the event.

Important Please note - tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE, please do not purchase a ticket if you are unable to come as we have limited seating.


Our aim is to provide the opportunity to network with professionals in the cyber industry and also provide education and experience from experts in their field. We host monthly Cyber Security Talks & Networking event’s with leading experts in their field to share knowledge in their field. Each event is different due to broad nature of Cyber Security, we have the luxury of having a network of specialists from all areas of Cyber Security. We are always looking for new partners, please contact us for more information on how to get involved.

With over five thousand people now subscribed to our events on and to our mailing lists, its easy to understand why our events sell out so fast. Our aim is to be the largest monthly Cyber Security meetup in Europe!!!

THE EVENT - 20th June 2017

Cyber Security and Networking will be hosting in Fora ( ( Near Old Street Station ) This is your chance to understand how Cyber Security is changing moving forward. With a capacity of up only 50 people, we are excited for an engaging talk and some insightful discussion! This is your chance to see Cyber Security through the eyes of experts in their field and is not to be missed!!!!!

Come straight after work for 6.00pm to unwind with other Cyber professionals in our private cinema rooms at Fora. This will be one of our busiest events to date so in order to ensure everything moves fluidly, we urge you to arrive on time!

Networking will be done before and after the talks, but the Guest Talks will begin at 6.30 sharp.

We look forward to seeing you soon!!!



6.00 – 6.20 – Doors Open – Networking,

6.20 – 6.30 – Taking seats

6.30 SHARP – 7.30 - Guest speaker’s presentations/debates

7.30 – 8.00+ Final networking & Drinks


Eh'den Biber (Ex-CISO Metro Bank)

Experienced, ethical, socially responsible and certified information security professional (CISM, CISSP, CRISC) who worked for more than 20 years in multiple security domains with a diverse career in pharmaceutical, financial services, military, educational and software development organizations.

Specialties: Security, Information Security, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, C̶I̶S̶A̶, Pharmacutical, Banking, Anti-Malware, Firewall, Partner connectivity, Firewall, Routers, Identity Management, PKI, ISO 27001.

Title: Cybersecurity Risk Masterclass 101

The way we perform risk analysis have profound implications on our ability of understanding what is the actual risk involve in cyber security. This session will provide an introduction to a science driven approach to information security risk assessment.

Leron Zinatullin (Information Security Specialist, KPMG)

Leron Zinatullin ( is an experienced risk consultant, specialising in cyber security strategy, management and delivery. He has led large scale, global, high value security transformation projects with a view to improving cost performance and supporting business strategy. He has extensive knowledge and practical experience in solving information security, privacy and architectural issues across multiple industry sectors. Leron is the author of The Psychology of Information Security (

Title: The Psychology of Information Security Culture

In order to reduce security risks within an enterprise, security professionals have traditionally attempted to guide employees towards compliance through security training. However, recurring problems and employee behaviour in this arena indicate that these measures are insufficient and rather ineffective. Security training tends to focus on specific working practices and defined threat scenarios, leaving the understanding of security culture and its specific principles of behaviour untouched. A security culture should be regarded as a fundamental matter to address. If neglected, employees will not develop habitually secure behaviour or take the initiative to make better decisions when problems arise. In this talk Leron will focus on how you can improve security culture in your organisation. He will discuss:

• How you can identify the root causes of a poor security culture within the workplace

• Align a security programme with wider organisational objectives

• Manage and communicate these changes within an organisation

Paul Guckian (Managing Director, Delaney Biometrics)

Paul Guckian is a security consultant and currently Managing Director at DelaneyBiometrics, the UK & Ireland's only specialist biometrics distributor. DelaneyBiometrics provide quality hardware, software and development solutions from the world's leading biometric brands across fingerprint, iris, vein, face and voice recognition. As an innovative developer of the next generation of identity management solutions, we oversee 50m+ biometric authentications each year utilizing our own range of industry leading identity applications, middleware plugins, algorithms and patents pending.

Title: Biometrics: Beyond The Myths

Presenting an open and unique insight into biometrics, this talk provides an educational look at commercial biometric applications managing millions of biometric authentication events each year. We discuss the inherent limitations and challenges in biometrics, key success factors of successful deployments, and why biometrics is necessary for authentication security in today's online world.


Fora | 71 Central Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 8AB

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