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Cyber security leaders from the ICO, the Bank of England, The Hut Group, Aviva, and KPMG announced as speakers for PeepSec

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Press releases 05/15/2019

London Tech Week summit, PeepSec, to host its annual summit focused on people and technology


 Level 39, London, 15 May 2019: PeepSec – the annual online summit focused on the issues born from the interactions between people and technology – today announced the full list of speakers for this year’s official London Tech Week event. Speakers include Ali Shah, Head of Technology Policy, ICO; Mark Parr, CISO, KPMG; and Matt Bottomley, Global Head of Security, Aviva.

Focused on the people and social aspect of security and technology, PeepSec is free to attend and exclusively online, providing busy business and technology leaders with the opportunity to access premium insights from some of the UK’s largest organisations tackling security issues. London Tech Week takes place between 10th-14th of June, and PeepSec will host more than 25 leaders and thinkers from high-profile businesses, government, and from world-class universities. 

Speakers will share insights on how emerging technologies are shaping society and business, and the opportunities and challenges related to people and technology – from cyber security, trust, and privacy, to innovation, social impact, and ethics in the pervasive technology era.

Speakers include:

  • John Scott, Head of Security Education, Bank of England
  • Graeme Park, Head of Global Security Operations, The Hut Group
  • Liz Banbury, Head of Information & Cyber Policy, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Talal Rajab, Head of Programme – Cyber and National Security, TechUK
  • Prof Shujun Li, Professor of Cyber Security, University of Kent
  • Caroline Bansraj, Global Governance Training & Awareness Lead, Credit Suisse
  • Ceri J, Senior Sociotechnical Researcher, National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
  • Emma Green, Head of Incentives and Regulation Team, DCMS

Oz Alashe, CEO of CybSafe and the host of this year’s summit, said:

“In so many areas of life, technology delivers better outcomes and enhances our lives. Driverless cars, space tourism, and bioelectronics – to name a few – are all set to revolutionise society and our day-to-day lives. But evidently, there are challenges as well as opportunities. PeepSec deals with these issues – exploring some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing businesses, leaders, and society as a whole.”

Ben Brabyn, Head of Level39 said:

“It’s fantastic to be a part of PeepSec this year, and I see the summit as a real force for good. Now in its second year, PeepSec is developing a community of people interested in technology, people and security – where innovative and interesting ideas are being discussed and debated freely. There’ll certainly be a number of interesting takeaways from this year’s interviews.”

It’s now possible to reserve your place at PeepSec for free: Those signed up will gain exclusive access to new interviews every day throughout London Tech Week, and can stream those interviews online. After the event and also free of charge, attendees will be able to access videos of all interviews that took place throughout PeepSec.



About PeepSec

PeepSec is the world’s first and only 100% free, 100% online summit focused on the opportunities and issues born from the interactions between people and technology – issues such as cyber security, trust, social impact, privacy, innovation and ethics.

The event gathers some of the leading authorities in tech and invites them to share their insights with attendees. PeepSec is completely free and takes place between 10 and 14 June 2019. Every day, those who are registered receive access to discussions with a new set of cyber security and technology experts.


About CybSafe

CybSafe is a cyber security technology and data analytics company based at Level39 in Canary Wharf, London.

CybSafe’s artificially intelligent software platform leverages science, data and cognitive computing technology to help organisations address cyber security and data protection awareness, behaviour and culture.