20 Guest Experts Confirmed
Oxford Cyber Futures June 2020The 20+ experts who are involved in the Oxford Cybers Futures provide balanced perspectives from both large and small enterprise. From established institutions like Deutsche Bank that use and implement cyber to innovative startups like DeepView, from the President of Mastercard’s cyber division to the Premier of South Australia, these industry leaders provide a multidimensional view that encompasses commercial and government perspectives alongside academia.
cThese thought leaders will share with you the latest trends and developments in cyber security as it impacts business within their respective industries.
Managing Director - Group Chief Data Officer, Deutsche Bank
In her role as the Group Chief Data Officer for Deutsche Bank, Koral Anderson defines and drives the data strategy for the bank and champions the buildout of advanced analytics capabilities to enable business growth. Koral joined Deutsche Bank in 2012 as a Managing Director. She has held a variety of roles incorporating operations, regional management, risk management, and programme delivery. Most recently, Koral was the Chief Security Officer and assumed the Chief Data Officer role in 2020.
President of Cyber and Intelligence Solutions, Mastercard
Security Services Product Manager, SANS Instructor
The Invisible Man
Executive Vice President of Security and Cyber Innovation, Mastercard
Chief Security Officer, Mastercard Operations and Technology / Law and Franchise Integrity
Senior Vice President of Global Customer Services, Palo Alto Networks
Executive Vice President of Cybersecurity Product Innovation, Mastercard
Simon Hunt is a market leader, speaker, inventor, and author in privacy, encryption, and endpoint security. At Mastercard, he drives Mastercard product strategy as EVP of Cybersecurity Product Innovation, leading the fraud information, standards, cybersecurity, and forensic laboratory teams. Before joining Mastercard, Simon held a number of senior leadership roles within McAfee/Intel Security, including CTO Enterprise Endpoint, CTO Innovation, and CTO Secure Home Gateways. He was also founder and CTO of SafeBoot and EVP and CTO of WinMagic. Simon has a track record of “last 20%” product delivery—turning great technology into scalable, global, and marketable products. He holds a number of patents in authentication, encryption, smart matter, drone technology, network security, and malware detection, and has focused particularly on smart home security and privacy. Simon has a bachelor’s degree in marine biology and oceanography from Bangor University. Simon currently resides in Connecticut with his wife Elle and spends his personal time building houses, diving, fishing, and snowboarding.
Founder, OutthinkerKaihan Krippendorff is an internationally recognised thought leader in strategy, growth, and transformation. He began his career as a strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company before founding the growth strategy and innovation consulting firm Outthinker. The Outthinker Network is a group of high-level strategists and innovators for large global organizations. Quarterly meetings facilitated by Kaihan connect him with both thought leaders and organizational leaders, providing insights about what issues are most relevant, how companies can approach and conquer threats of disruption, and managing transformation in the digital age.
Executive Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, Mastercard
Premier of South Australia
Carlos Creus Moreira
Founder, Chairman, and CEO of WISeKey
Catherine "Kitty" Parry
Founder and CEO, DeepView
CEO, Riff Learning Inc, Managing Director, Esme Learning Solutions
Executive Vice President of Financial Crime Solutions, Mastercard
CEO and Co-founder, BurstIQ
Vice President of Security Strategy and Principal Researcher of Nocturnus group, Cybereason
Co-founder and CEO, RiskRecon
Founder and CEO, Coalesce.ai
The Oxford Cyber Futures Programme was created business professionals, not IT specialists. Our goal is to ensure that you leave the programme able to put theory into practice. Through online coursework and team projects, such as a Virtual Cyber Attack simulation, you will gain a practical grounding in cyber security and its implications to your business. The course begins 30 June. Register now.