Andrew Hay is an information security industry veteran with close to 20 years of experience as a Security Practitioner, Industry Analyst and Executive. As the Co-Founder and CTO for LEO Cyber Security, he is responsible for the creation and driving of the strategic vision for the company. Andrew has served in various roles and responsibilities at a number of companies including DataGravity, OpenDNS (now a Cisco company), CloudPassage, Inc., 451 Research, the University of Lethbridge, Capital G Bank Ltd. (now Clarien Bank Bermuda), Q1 Labs (now IBM), Nokia (now Check Point), Nortel Networks, Magma Communications (now Primus Canada), and Taima Corp (now Convergys).
Security industry veteran and Chief Digital Security Officer at Telefonica. He previously spent five years at ING working on security strategy for Spain and Portugal. Earlier roles include security-manager-whatever, at SIA, a security services and product company based in Madrid.
Ben Tomhave, Manager of Security Engineering for a multinational education company and Principal at Falcon’s View Consulting, is a security industry veteran, progressive thinker and culture warrior. He holds an MS in engineering management from the George Washington University and is a CISSP. He’s previously held positions with Gartner, AOL, Wells Fargo, ICSA Labs, LockPath and E&Y. He is former Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Information Security Committee, a Senior Member of ISSA, former Board Member for the Society of Information Risk Analysts, and former Board Member for OWASP NoVA. He is a published Author and experienced public Speaker, including engagements with the RSA Conference, MISTI, ISSA, Secure360, RVAsec, RMISC, DevOps Connect, as well as Gartner events.
Troels Oerting was the Group Chief Information and Security Officer at Barclays. He has more than 35 years’ experience in law enforcement—the last 15 in senior management positions in Danish and international police organizations with a focus on ICT security. He is the former Director of Danish NCIS, National Crime Squad, SOCA and Director of operations in Danish Security Intelligence Service. Assistant Director in Europol’s IMT Department, Assistant Director in Europol’s Operational Department and Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) and acting Head of Europol’s Counter Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Centre.
As head of IT Security for the Republic and Canton of Jura in Switzerland, Bruno is faced with the challenges of securing the city’s infrastructure and applications. Bruno is also part of the Swiss National Security Network, has twice been rewarded the French CSO of the year award, in 2005 and 2010, and has been a teacher at prestigious French Engineering university Mines Nancy. On top of that, Bruno has spoken at various InfoSec conferences and served as a supervisor for ISC2’s CISSP exam. For a taste of Bruno’s approach to being a CISO, his presentation on the CISO’s evolution for a recent ISC2 event offers fantastic insights.
Robin is a freelance security consultant specialised in web app testing. Performed tests for a range of companies from small local start-ups through to international banks and multi-national corporations and also ran custom training classes for various clients who need specific in-house training, author of a large number of open source tools and a regular contributor to various mailing lists and forums. Presented at conferences across the world including DEFCON, ShmooCon and Wild West Hackin’ Fest, Co-founder of SteelCon – one of the UKs most popular security conferences.