Location

Regent Street
London

Date

31 March 2016

Time

-

Disruption, Cyber-Security, Privacy….. and its effects.

JAMES BILEFIELD
James was one of Skype’s founding managers. He then led digital transformation for Condé Nast, and now serves on the Government’s Digital Advisory Board. He explores how disruptors think, grow and then disrupt themselves.
SHAMI CHAKRABARTI (TBC)
Shami leads the debate about civil rights. The outgoing Director of Liberty (once dubbed ‘The most dangerous woman in Britain’ by the Sun) considers the balance between security and privacy – both for governments and for business.
GRAHAM CLULEY
Graham developed anti-virus software for the major computer security firms for 20 years. He reveals the malware authors and how their attacks are changing, and explains the steps organisations must take to avoid becoming the next victim.
THIMON DE JONG
The Dutch trends expert and author of The Blurring Of Reality looks at the impact of AR and hyper-customised tech. What are the consequences when we find it difficult to distinguish truth from fakery, and opinions from facts?
Tea, coffee and croissants will be served from 8.30am. The session starts at 9.00 and ends at 10.30.

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