San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Supply Chain Risk from a Cyber Security Perspective
Welcome to the (ISC)² Chapter East of England April Event.
This months Event I am excited Welcome Dr Jules Pagna Disso - Head of Research and Innovation at Nettitude who are speaking this evening on Supply Chain Risk .
Dr. Jules Pagna Disso has over 15 years’ experience working in cyber security. Previously the head of EADS Innovation Works’ cyber security research lab in the UK, he was the technical lead for all cyber security related projects. Dr. Pagna Disso also provides ongoing consultancy services for various organisations on critical infrastructure security and also advises SMEs on security strategies. He holds a PhD in Intrusion Detection Systems as well as a number of cyber security related qualifications. His research interests include cyber security for Industrial Control Systems, honeypots, botnets, malware analysis, cloud security, cyber forensics, threat analysis, and vulnerability identification. In addition to developing and executing research projects into a wide range of areas relating to cyber security, including Industrial Control Systems, Dr. Pagna Disso is also responsible for supervising MSc and PhD students from a number of Academic Centers of Excellence for Cyber Security within the UK.Dr Jules Pagna Disso is responsible for developing, building, and running the day-to-day operations to provide threat intelligence. He also architects and engineers a comprehensive set of technologies and processes to provide superior situational awareness.
Ian Graduated BSc Computer Science from Lancaster University in 2000.He spent 8 years working in Cryptography/Encryption for a Silicon Valley company, before moving into Firewall, IPS and UTM technologies for 4 years and became CISSP certified in 2008, then joined Vodafone in 2011 as an Information Security Manager, then joining Fujitsu in July 2016.
Ian will be looking at Supply Chain Security, the assumptions and traditional business against the real threats to your business, and how changing legislation will impact businesses with a discussion around how to mitigate these new risks.