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Jon Townsend, CIO, National Trust

A leader in technology and Chief Information Officer for the National Trust, he was previously he was the CTO and CISO. He holds an MBA with the Open University and an MSc with Cranfield University in the Design of Information Systems. He previously held a commission as an Officer in the British Army, fulfilling a variety of technical and leadership roles culminating in Regimental command. Upon leaving the military he became a Senior Civil Servant in the UK Central Government responsible for developing cyber security and intelligence capability for the Department for Work and Pensions. He is also a Certified Data Protection Practitioner with the British Computer Society, a Certified Information Security Manager with ISACA and GIAC Certified Enterprise Defender with SANS.

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Jemma Davis, Security Culture and Awareness Consultant

With a background in marketing and graphic design, Jemma transitioned into the information security space, managing operations and translating complex security messages into readable and digestible information. Jemma now works with businesses supporting security knowledge sharing, from the ground all the way up to the board, to change culture and reduce human risk factors.

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James Dell, Lead Technical Architect, Planet IT

Qualified EU General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner with over 10 years of experience working in real-world IT Infrastructure, delivery, security, operations and data management. Experienced Data Protection Officer and Designated Safeguard Lead. Qualified Security Training and Sophos Certified Architect. 

 

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Stuart Peck, Director of Cyber Security Strategy, ZeroDayLab

From a background of threat intelligence, social engineering and incident response, Stuart Peck heads up Cyber Security Strategy for ZeroDayLab. Stuart regularly delivers threat briefings to Fortune 100/FTSE 100 executives and directors throughout the world.

 

Stuart is passionate about educating organisations on the latest threat actor techniques and how to combat them, including raising the cost of the attack through pragmatic risk-based defence and response strategies. In addition, he has won awards for his education and training programmes, including Security Awareness Programmes delivered throughout Europe and USA.

 

Stuart's key areas of expertise include the dark and deep web, social engineering, incident response management, threat hunting, OSINT, OPSEC, and cyber-crime. He has also led investigations in many major security incidents, including recent global ransomware outbreaks.

 

Stuart is a regular contributor to many leading blogs including Security Affairs, Bleeping Computers, The State of Security, and regularly features in online publications such as Forbes and Daily Mail Online. He has also been published in many leading journals including the ISSA. He also is the Co-Founder of The Many Hats Club a large Discord Partnered Infosec Community and Podcast.

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