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Event: ISO27001:2013, PCI DSS v3 and CES v1.0: New standards in the global cyber war (Churchill War Rooms, London, 8 May 2014)


Keep Calm and Continue Business as Usual

The Cyber Crime War is raging. Just because you can’t hear the sirens doesn’t mean you are safe!

IT Governance is holding an event to help you protect your organisation from data security vulnerabilities with ISO27001:2013 and PCI DSS Version 3.0 – because hard-won business reputations cannot be rebuilt easily or cheaply!

Book your place today.

Keynote speaker, Neira Jones discusses cyber security, PCI DSS & ISO 27001:

Cybercrime is massively on the increase. In many ways, we are already “At War” with criminals and rogue states on the Internet!

ATTENTION: Directors/Seniors Managers concerned about Cyber Security, ISO27001 PCI DSS.

Attend our event at the Churchill War Rooms, Whitehall (costing only £45+VAT per delegate).

Who will be speaking?

Neira Jones (Keynote), Alan Calder (IT Governance), Steve Watkins (IT Governance), Geraint Williams (PCI QSA), Richard Bach (BIS), Bridget Kenyon (UCL), Sarb Sembhi (ISACA), Suzanne Fribbins (BSI), Richard Bailey (Boldon James), Nick Wilding (AXELOS), Barny Brummell (Hitec Laboratories), and Jane Cronin (Cryoserver).

Our events sell out fast so book your place today

Why should you attend?

The new cyber security is cyber resilience – for your people, processes and technology.

We can show you how to counter the threats and prepare for the inevitable – because your organisation’s confidential data will be breached, even if it hasn’t been already.

Cyber resilience is a requirement that every organisation needs to plan for, resource and action!

ISO27001:2013 is the cyber security standard that thousands of organisations are adopting. Find out why.

Compliance with PCI DSS Version 3.0 is not optional. The consequences of data breaches due to negligence can be devastating in terms of fines and the impact on your global reputation.


Richard Bach, Assistant Director – Cyber Security, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, will bring news about the UK Government Cyber Essentials Scheme, which identifies the security controls that organisations must have in place within their Enterprise IT to have any confidence that they are mitigating the risk from internet-based threats that use 'commodity' capabilities, i.e. capabilities that are freely available on the Internet. A primary objective of the Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy is to make the UK a safer place to conduct business online. However, determining the benefits of cyber security best practice and knowing where to start are real challenges for many UK organisations. Richard will explain how the new Scheme is intended to help.

Cyber Essentials

ISACA to speak on ‘Cyber Security and Aligning COBIT 5 with ISO27001:2013’: Talk by Sarb Sembhi CISM, Chair of ISACA’s Government and Regulatory Advocacy Regional Subcommittee for the area of Europe/Africa.


Suzanne Fribbins of BSI on Achieving ‘Business As Usual’ in the face of Cyber Threats: Positioning ISO 27001:2013 and ISO22301 certifications strategically within your business as part of a ‘cyber resilience’ approach.


Nick Wilding, Head of Cyber Resilience, AXELOS, a global leader in Best Practice and owner of ITIL® and PRINCE2® is developing a Cyber Resilience Best Practice portfolio. Cyber resilience policies, standards and guidance continue to be published but organisations are still searching for the right, pragmatic way to ensure these play an integral part of their day-to-day business operations. Nick will outline the approach that AXELOS is taking in developing its new portfolio and how it will help you in delivering value across the organisation.


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What are the Risks of ignoring the Cyber War?

The potential impact of cyber risks to business includes:

  • Financial loss from theft or fraud;
  • Loss of invaluable customer information or Intellectual Property;
  • Possible fines from legal and regulatory bodies (e.g. FCA, ICO);
  • Fines levied and charges increased by the Payment Card Industry (PCI);
  • Loss of reputation through ‘word of mouth’ and adverse Media coverage.

How will the talks and demonstrations at this event help your organisation?

Some of the important questions about the cyber threat that we will answer include:

  • What are the best ways for an organisation to become cyber resilient?
  • Is ISO27001:2013 the new global cyber security standard of choice?
  • How can you best address the new requirements of PCI DSS Version 3.0?
  • Can organisations use PCI DSS Version 3.0 to drive business, cost and security improvements, or is compliance just another set of tick-boxes to slow you down?
  • Is it possible to merge different information security standards such as PCI DSS Version 3.0, ISO27001:2013, and the Government’s Cyber Hygiene Implementation profile into a ‘holistic’ approach to tackling cyber threats while being compliant?

Book your place today


Online: Book here
Phone: + 44 845 070 1750

Places are limited and we anticipate a high level of demand, so book early!

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