David Lowe-Robertson

David Lowe-Robertson

Chief Information Security Officer HEFESTIS

David has over 20 years of experience in cyber and information security predominantly in the Public Sector. Serving in senior management roles with the Lothian and West Lothian Community Health and Care partnerships and Scottish Government he has led on substantial programmes of change such as eCare and C-me for secure adult and child protection. David has also chaired the National Practice Forum and the National Information Sharing Governance Group before joining CISO-Share where he has introduced an innovative pathway to enhanced cyber security for, to and with the Higher and Further Education sector.

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Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 11:55 To 12:35

03/23/2022 11:55 03/23/2022 12:35 Cybersecurity and Risk Assessment: Protecting your institution in the information age Throughout 2021 the Higher Education sector faced a new challenge in the form of cyberattacks and hackers. In this session we explore what measures can be put in place to defend your data.

Senior leadership teams in universities must not only have disaster recovery measures in place but also understand the different types of cyberattacks and construct a cyber risk mitigation strategy. In an age when data is paramount, how can the Higher Education sector get up to speed on developing an organisation-wide approach to cybersecurity? This session brings together a panel of experts to discuss the core challenges of this issue and key case studies on defending your institution.

Themes: Leadership, Futures, Innovation
ExCeL London

ExCeL London

"Cybersecurity and Risk Assessment: Protecting your institution in the information age"

Adrian Ellison David Lowe-Robertson Dr Rachel Bence James Crooks
Time and date

Wednesday 23/03/2022

From 11:55 To 12:35

03/23/2022 11:55 03/23/2022 12:35 Cybersecurity and Risk Assessment: Protecting your institution in the information age Throughout 2021 the Higher Education sector faced a new challenge in the form of cyberattacks and hackers. In this session we explore what measures can be put in place to defend your data.

Senior leadership teams in universities must not only have disaster recovery measures in place but also understand the different types of cyberattacks and construct a cyber risk mitigation strategy. In an age when data is paramount, how can the Higher Education sector get up to speed on developing an organisation-wide approach to cybersecurity? This session brings together a panel of experts to discuss the core challenges of this issue and key case studies on defending your institution.

Themes: Leadership, Futures, Innovation
ExCeL London
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ExCeL London

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