Cybersecurity people: The good, the bad and the broken

July 8th, 2020

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Cybersecurity people: The good, the bad and the broken

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 Our Review

We’ve known the folks over at RANT for many years now, and they also come from our hometown of London. We’ve consistently heard great things about RANT so yes, I can certainly attest that they always put on some fantastic events and we’d encourage you to get to know the organization. If you live and work in Cybersecurity in London, UK, then we’d encourage you to learn more about RANT.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Wednesday, July 1st 2020.
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Our industry is more than just semi-sentient algorithms, fleshware plays a critical role.

Grab a drink and listen FREE as investigative journalists, CISOs, ex-special forces operatives and more give their human stories on everything from dark web dramas to cybersecurity burnout. This charity event, organized alongside Digital Shadows, will also be raising money for Barnado’s.

RANT has teamed up with Digital Shadows to try to answer a number of cybersecurity-related questions while raising money for Barnardo’s. This is not a webinar, but a chance to discuss big questions with big personalities while hearing from genuinely interesting speakers.


16:00 – 16:10 BST– Welcome Note
– Tom Odams- RANT Events
– James Chappell- Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Shadows

16:10 – 16:50 BST– First Panel Discussion: People of the dark web: A Digital Shadows researcher lifts the lid on the people, dramas, and latest communities growing in popularity on the dark web – with a big picture perspective provided by an end-user and cyber academic.
– Becky Pinkard- CISO, Aldermore Bank PLC
– Geoff White- Cybersecurity Investigative Journalist, BBC News, Forbes, Audible, Channel 4 News
– Kacey C.- Threat Researcher, Digital Shadows

16:50 – 17:30 BST– Second Panel Discussion: The psychology of being on the front lines – with a psychologist, CISO, and SOC manager talking about the mental health impacts of working in a fast-advancing ‘always-on’ space.
– Thom Langford- Founder, (TL)2 Security
– Ros Taylor- CEO & Founder, RTC Leadership & Coaching
– Rick Holland- CISO & VP Strategy, Digital Shadows

17:30 – 17:45 BST– 15-minute talk: Fire questions at the someone who kicked down doors for a living: One-to-many interviews with an ex-soldier talking about their history and career in cyber following it.
– Trevor Reschke- Head of Threat Intelligence, Trusted Knight

17:45 – 18:00 BST– Event Close: Final comments and continued discussion on RANT’s virtual pub – The Isolation Arms

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